Supporting Climate Resilient Heritage in Uganda - Melting Snow and Rivers in Flood

Explores a community-led response, where climate change risks the erasing of belief systems, cultural rites and scared sites alike.

Responding to rapid glacial melt and extreme floods in the Rwenzori and West Nile region of Uganda, this project focuses on adopting an integrated approach to mitigating the impact climate change is having on local heritage.

Photo credit: Kisa Kasifa, The Cross - Cultural Foundation of Uganda

Project Details


Location: Uganda, Eastern Africa, Africa Organiser(s): National Trust of England Wales & Northern Ireland, Cross Cultural Foundation of Uganda Project partner(s): UK Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) Funder(s): British Council Cultural Protection Fund in partnership with DCMS Funding received: £76447 GBP Commencement Date: 09/2020 Project Status: Completed
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