Mr Fallo Baba KEITA

After a career at the National Museum of Mali, where he led the creation of the conservation/restoration department, Mr Fallo Baba Keita has been working in the field of international cooperation since 1998. He assisted ICCROM in the management and transfer in Africa of its first long-term programme for African countries, “PREMA 1990- 2000”, which led to the creation of the School of African Heritage (EPA), of which he was one of the key actors from 1998 to 2004. From 2005 to 2010, he was Specialist and then Head of the Africa 2009 Programme on the Conservation and Management of Immovable Cultural Heritage in Sub-Saharan Africa. A joint UNESCO/ICCROM programme. From July 2010 to October 2014, he was Director of the EPA. Since October 2014, as an individual consultant, he has been involved in the reconstruction of destroyed cultural heritage in northern Mali, and has been carrying out studies on intangible cultural heritage in Africa.


Benin, Gambia, Mali

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