The feature presented by the journalist Edwige Klutse covers the 3 days of the 2019 edition of the event and highlights the exceptional cultural value of the century-old settlement. The site remains one of the most emblematic expressions of the Kassena people and their heritage.
The competition is designed for girls from schools in the region who, during these 3 days of activities, acquire not only the technical mastery required to perpetuate their traditions, but also their idiosyncratic cultural traits passed down from generation to generation.
The support of the Cuomo Foundation allows the Dizénidani association, headed by Mr. Kasimir Nassara, to organize, throughout the year, various educational and cultural activities aimed at the youth of the region.
The CCPC, as was previously reported on our website, was highly instrumental in West Africa’s fight against the pandemic.
Minister of Culture applauds the female skills and cultural heritage of Dora Murals event-Burkina Faso
The Dizénidani Association successfully hosted the 6th edition of their Dora Mural decorative competition from April 7th to 10th, 2021.
The Scream (2020), Aziz N'Diaye, mixed media, 120 x 120 cm © Cuomo Foundation The Cuomo Foundation...
The Senegalese and French dancer and choreographer Germaine Acogny, renowned around the dance world as “the mother of contemporary African dance” has been awarded the Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement in Dance 2021.
The Fryderyk Chopin Association of Rome resumed its live musical events with the start of a series...
The International School of Film and TV in Cuba, known as EICTV, has selected the Cuomo Foundation...