“Museum” for cultural heritage and documentation
Meeting point and exchange at local and international level (see accommodation),festivals + cultural life, source of income, education
In the Greater Arua, diverse ethnic groups, such as the Kakwa, Madi, Alur and Lugbara, live together. In addition, there are refugees, especially from South Sudan, such as the Dinkas, Kuku, Nuer and Siluk. The planned cultural centre will serve as an ethnic and international meeting place for festivals, events and lectures. In addition, it is planned to document the local cultural heritage and thus preserve it for future generations. Ideally, the cultural enterprise can also become a modest source of income for the campus (school and training area). In any case, the cultural life and events should serve as a training opportunity for girls in higher grades and thus be a piece of the puzzle of support for girls.