This project involves the restoration of the building’s mud walls (Tamboho) using traditional building methods.
This project involves the documentation of Ndebele architectural and other craft traditions.
This project, which builds upon work carried out under a previous Ambassadors Fund grant, involves the conservation of the Beta Mika’el and Golgotha churches.
This project involves the documentation of trade-related sites.
This project involves the documentation of these endangered traditions.
This project involves archaeological collections storage upgrades and preventive conservation training for museum staff.
This project involves site documentation, conservation, and the development of a management plan in consultation with the local community.
This project includes urgent structural interventions and training in the conservation of wooden buildings.
This project continues work begun under a previous Ambassadors Fund grant to document and preserve the building and items of clothing.