Science And Conservation Of Cultural Heritage (SCCH)

Hugh Masekela, Trumpeter, Flugelhornist, Cornetist, Singer and Composer
“I’ve got to where I am in life not because of something I brought to the world but through something I found – the wealth of African culture.”

Hugh Masekela, Trumpeter, Flugelhornist, Cornetist, Singer and Composer


  • Communities will easily acquire deep and profound practical knowledge on the Sustainable Development Agenda and an ability to relate with its tenets.
  • Cultural factors including the knowledge, traditions and practices of African communities will be integrated in to sustainable development plans and actions.
  • There will be increased access to information about Africa’s contribution to global cultural diversity.
  • Africa’s centuries old cultural relics and values will be preserved.
  • Programmes that work for the preservation and spread of traditional knowledge and practices will take hold especially among young people.
  • A link will be established between educational policy and cultural policy in Africa.
  • There will be increased understanding of the relationship existing between grass root cultural processes and social innovations.
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