ENGABU ZA TOORO

We are an indigenous non-profit organization incorporated in Uganda as a Company Limited by Guarantee.

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VISION STATEMENT

To achieve a population that is having optimum human creativity, self reliance and highest sense of identity.

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MISSION STATEMENT

Enhancing the vitality of culture through indigenous knowledge research, safeguarding heritage, development…

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PROGRAMME AREAS

Indigenous Knowledge Research and Safeguarding Heritage

The programme’s goal is to Safeguard Cultural heritage and promote indigenous knowledge research.

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Development of Youth Talents and Cultural Enterprises

The programme aims to develop Youth talents and creative and cultural enterprises for self reliance and..

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Culture and Gender Programme

The Programme goal is to use Culture to promote gender rights and women participation and inclusion.

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Culture and Peace Programme

We are using cultural heritage to promote a culture of Peace among communities. Programme actions include: research on the role..

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MEMBERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE

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MEMBERSHIP

Engabu Za Tooro is a membership organization and membership is open to individuals, groups, associations & organizations in Uganda. To be eligible, one must pay subscription to the mission, show willingness & ability to attend ordinary & extra-ordinary Annual General Assembly meetings, and ability to contribute subscription fee per year. More details

GOVERNANCE

Engabu Za Tooro has a Patron who is elected by the Annual General Meeting for five years term and serves as supreme Advisor, Ceremonial head and symbol of the organization. The Annual General Meeting is the supreme policy organ constituted by all subscribed and paid up members. Read more

UNESCO Co-funds safeguarding of Empaako Naming System

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has adopted a decision to provide US Dollars 292,120 (about 1,022,420,000 Uganda Shillings) to co-fund a two-years’ project Safeguarding Empaako naming system among five cultural communities in western Uganda.

The decision was adopted during the 12th Session of UNESCO’s Inter-Governmental Committee for Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, that took place at Read more…

CURRENT PROJECTS

EMPAAKO MUSEUM AND RESOURCE CENTER

This is a physical repository of cultural materials and assets like books, manuscripts, videos and artifacts for ongoing collections, references
and consultation.

NETWORK & DATABASE OF CULTURAL SERVICE PROVIDERS

Particulars of a network of trained and professionalized cultural services providers are permanently organized in a database which is published online and offline to facilitate …

OUR WORK IN PICTURES

EXTERNAL FUNDING PARTNERS

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Empaako platform is an online community, database, repository and one stop centre for sharing cultural knowledge, information and materials among the bearers of Empaako heritage.

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