Review of Norwegian support to Tanzania Culture Trust Fund
Timeframe: Jun 2004 - Sep 2004
This project is a review of Norwegian support to Tanzania Culture Trust Fund (Mfuko wa Utamaduni Tanzania). The fund was established by the Governmnet of Tanzania and Sida in 1998, and aims to promote individual and organizational achivements in the cultural field. The review recommends that a clearer policy is developed to strike a balance between the fund's role in poverty reduction and its goal to support exceptionally talented artists. Strategies should be worked out to help artists develop new attractive designs and improve marketing. The report also recommends that some of the cultural awards are earmarked artists who address and stimulate public debate on corruption and good governance.
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