Proyectos de salvaguardia del patrimonio cultural inmaterial

Esta página presenta los proyectos y programas destinados a salvaguardar el patrimonio cultural inmaterial realizados en cooperación con la UNESCO. Se trata de proyectos que, o bien han sido aprobados por el Comité de Solicitudes de Asistencia Financiera, o bien han sido diseñados por la UNESCO y financiados con cargo al presupuesto ordinario o con fondos extrapresupuestarios.

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Resultados : 4 proyectos

4 países beneficiarios - 260.104 US $

Inventory and promotion of the intangible cultural heritage of the Pygmy populations of Gabon

Países beneficiarios: Gabón

Resumen:

Having benefited from capacity building activities, Gabon has recognized the need for a safeguarding action towards the intangible cultural heritage of Pygmy populations, for which surveys conducted with these populations highlighted the endangered elements constituent to their identity. The project led to the development of an inventory of the intangible cultural heritage of the Pygmy populations Babongo, Baka and Bakoya›››

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Documenting and inventorying intangible cultural heritage of the pastoralist Samburu community in northern Kenya: a focus on the region of Mount Kulal biosphere reserve

  • Asistencia financiera:
    • 24.038 US$ otorgado en 2015
  • Fechas de implementación:
    • 04/12/2015 - 31/05/2016
  • Documentos:

Países beneficiarios: Kenya

Resumen:

The proposed project, which is designed in line with the 2006 National Heritage Act of Kenya, aims to safeguard the intangible cultural heritage of the semi-nomadic pastoralist Samburu community living within the Mount Kulal Biosphere Reserve (designated in 1979 through UNESCO’s Man and Biosphere programme) in northern Kenya. Due to external political, economic and cultural influences as well as environmental degradation, the v›››

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Safeguarding and promotion of indigenous knowledge associated with the ecological environment of the Black Ha Nhi in Lao Cai Province, Viet Nam

Países beneficiarios: Viet Nam

Resumen:

The Black Ha Nhi people have developed and passed on place-based knowledge and a body of customary laws to cope with living conditions and survival experiences as well as to protect their natural environment. Ecological indigenous knowledge of the Black Ha Nhi includes behavioural practices in taking care of trees, preventing fire and soil erosion and protecting the topographical setting›››


Documentation, promotion and dissemination of the Candombe traditional drum calls, expressions of identity of the Sur, Palermo, and Cordón neighbourhoods in the city of Montevideo

  • Asistencia financiera:
    • 186.875 US$ otorgado en 2012
  • Fechas de implementación:
    • 02/09/2013 - 31/08/2015
  • Documentos:

Países beneficiarios: Uruguay

Resumen:

With the objective of strengthening the practice of Candombe not only in Montevideo but also in other provinces of Uruguay by promoting its transmission to younger generations and reinforcing the safeguarding capacities of local associations of practitioners, the project started in September 2013. This late start is due to a one-year process of project development aiming to ensure greater sustainability of›››


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