Author name: cfcafrica

Call for Applications: Implementing Partner Organisation in Zimbabwe

Selam is pleased to announce a call for applications from eligible organisations to become its implementing partner in Zimbabwe for the Connect for Culture Africa (CfCA) project. Selam is a Pan-African organisation headquartered in Sweden with regional offices in Addis Ababa and Nairobi. The organisation was created in 1997 and has since evolved into an …

Call for Applications: Implementing Partner Organisation in Zimbabwe Read More »

New Report Explores Vibrant Cultural Trends in Sub-Saharan African Cities

In a bid to shed light on the evolving cultural landscape of Sub-Saharan Africa, a groundbreaking report titled “The African Alternatives: Shaping the Cultural Landscape of Sub-Saharan Cities” has been unveiled by the British Council and Andani.Africa. The report, drawing insights from 11 dynamic capitals in the region, offers a deep dive into emerging cultural …

New Report Explores Vibrant Cultural Trends in Sub-Saharan African Cities Read More »

We are looking for a Programme Manager to join our team!

The CfCA initiative, implemented by Selam in partnership with the African Union (AU), aims to promote and develop the culture and creative sector within the AU member states. One key objective of the initiative is to lobby for increased public funding in the culture sector from government sources. To support the CfCA project in achieving …

We are looking for a Programme Manager to join our team! Read More »

Participants at the recently concluded regional meeting included representatives from NWGs in Ethiopia, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Uganda.

Successful Regional Meeting in Zanzibar Paves the Way for Enhanced Public Funding Advocacy in Uganda, Ethiopia, Zambia and Zimbabwe

The Connect for Culture Africa (CfCA) initiative recently organised a regional network meeting on February 11th in Zanzibar, Tanzania. The gathering convened representatives from civil society organizations (CSOs) and influential figures, including policymakers like Fumba Chama, the Permanent Secretary responsible for arts in the Zambian Ministry of Youth, Sport, and Arts, and Juliana Naumo, the …

Successful Regional Meeting in Zanzibar Paves the Way for Enhanced Public Funding Advocacy in Uganda, Ethiopia, Zambia and Zimbabwe Read More »

Connect for Culture Africa to Host Partner Network Meeting in Zanzibar

The Connect for Culture Africa (CfCA) initiative, in partnership with the African Union (AU), is gearing up for a regional network meeting scheduled for February 11 in Zanzibar, Tanzania. This meeting will bring together representatives from civil society organizations (CSOs) and key stakeholders, including policymakers such as Fumba Chama, Permanent Secretary responsible for arts in …

Connect for Culture Africa to Host Partner Network Meeting in Zanzibar Read More »

Connect for Culture Africa (CfCA)
Activity Report
8-12 Nov / Cairo, Egypt

Experts meeting Report​ The expert meeting yielded crucial insights across diverse facets of the CfCA work plan presented. Participants emphasized the vital role of innovative research approaches, advocating for ideation workshops and hackathons, coupled with the strategic use of generation technologies to sustain project objectives. The overarching theme centered on embracing innovative research methods to …

Connect for Culture Africa (CfCA)
Activity Report
8-12 Nov / Cairo, Egypt
Read More »

Connect for Culture Africa (CfCA) – Roundtable Discussion

Activity Report, 8-12 Nov / Cairo, Egypt Roundtable discussion Co-organised with CANEX 2023 The roundtable discussion on public funding for the creative sector, held on November 11, 2023, brought together a diverse group of experts and stakeholders. The African Union (AU) was commended and recognized as a critical platform for decision-making, particularly in establishing the …

Connect for Culture Africa (CfCA) – Roundtable Discussion Read More »

Connect for Culture Africa (CfCA) – Experts meeting Report

Activity Report, 8-12 Nov / Cairo, Egypt Cultural empowerment through language emerged as an important focus, highlighting the transformative influence of sharing stories about Africa and promoting linguistic diversity. The noteworthy example of Zimbabwe translating its constitution into 14 languages underscored the tangible impact achievable through linguistic inclusivity. Collaboration between government, civil society, and artists …

Connect for Culture Africa (CfCA) – Experts meeting Report Read More »

Scroll to Top