FUNDERS

We are very grateful to all our funders who believe in the Arts as much as we do.

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The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Dar es Salaam is the core funder of Muda Africa's strategic plan from 2017-2022. The main objectives are the professionalization of Tanzanian dancers, the promotion of women in dance, building audiences for contemporary dance and creating a sustainable organization.

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UNESCO's International Fund for Cultural diversity (IFCD) has awarded Muda Africa a grant for its project entitled Strengthening the contemporary dance scene in East Africa, from 2021-2023. 

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 Mti & Mwiri (meaning tree in Swahili and Mahoran) is a dance exchange project between Muda Africa and Mayotte dancers. It was awarded a grant from 2021 -2023 by Access Culture, a programme funded by AFD and Institut Francais,

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The Goethe Institut in Dar es Salaam is supporting the production of 24 dance films for Dansi Tena, Muda Africa's online dance film project from 2020 to 2022. It was introduced as a way to cope with lockdown measures introduced in Tanzania during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

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