Cultural Domains:
UNESCO Priorities:
Funds Allocated:
US$ 29 500.00
Beneficiary countries:
Applicant:
Coalition Togolaise pour la Diversité Culturelle
Start date
Apr 2011
End date
Apr 2012

About the project:

The project, implemented by the Togolese Coalition for Cultural Diversity, aims to renew the Togo craft industry by organizing a training workshop for 20 Togolese professionals to help them develop new drawing and production techniques.  

Results:

Trained 20 craft makers in new design and production techniques as well as in the use of digital technologies in Togo.

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Supporting Togolese artisans

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Project implementation period: 
2011 to 2012
About the project: 
The project, implemented by the Togolese Coalition for Cultural Diversity, aims to renew the Togo craft industry by organizing a training workshop for 20 Togolese professionals to help them develop new drawing and production techniques.  
Beneficiary countries: 
Togo
Country of applicant: 
Togo
Cultural Domains: 
UNESCO Priorities: 
Funds allocated (in USD): 
USD29500.00
Sections: 
Title of the section: 
Main activities:
Short Description: 
  • Organizing a six-day workshop in Lomé entitled “Journées de l’artisanat de l’art”;
  • Organizing a study trip in one of the neighbouring countries (Ivory Coast or Burkina Faso);
  • Organizing an exhibition of the works produced; and
  • Establishing a final project report to increase long-term visibility for the benefit of other artists.
Position: 
Bottom Right
Style: 
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Organization: 
Coalition Togolaise pour la Diversité Culturelle
Family name: 
Kodjo Noussouglo
Given name: 
Séwonou
Position: 
President
Year of application: 
2010
Related Links: 
Results: 
Trained 20 craft makers in new design and production techniques as well as in the use of digital technologies in Togo.
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