Danish support to cultural entrepreneurs in Nepal
About a year ago, the Danish Centre for Culture and Development (CKU) in cooperation with the Danish Embassy in Kathmandu, has announced new support to culture and development in Nepal, among others to street art, innovative robots and new TV programs. Here you can get an update of the program although not much info is offered on the results.
“CKU has since 2007 worked strategically to stimulate creativity and entrepreneurship among Nepalese youth, in order to foster an environment for innovative products and services with an income-generating potential, CKU stated in a press release today”. CKU is a self-governing institution under the Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. In close cooperation with Danish embassies and representations, CKU manages culture and development programs in The Middle East, Asia, West Africa, and East Africa.
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Posted on February 11, 2016, in News from organisations and tagged #CulEnt, Asia, CKU, cultural entrepreneurship, Danish Centre for Culture and Development, Danish Embassy, Kathmandu, Nepal. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.