Támogatott projektek

Project title Folk House Reloaded
Project code NCTA-2014-10769-C
Thematic area Community and organizational development
Name of the organization Association for South-Pannon Museums
Postal address 7621 Pécs, Káptalan utca 5.
Phone 06 70 256 7724
E-mail pasztor.andrea.pecs@gmail.com
Webpage http://www.pecs-mecsek.hu
Project manager Pásztor Andrea
Project timeframe March 1st, 2015 - April 30th, 2016
Amount of support 16,263 €

People's livelihood in Lukafa is uncertain. The villagers of diverse social, cultural and national background are not willing to cooperate. They have one thing in common: their village. An association operating the folk house emptied it and has left the village recently. The village is famous for the celebration of Saint Wendelin's Day from which the locals do not really benefit. The aim of the project was to raise the villagers’ awareness to their togetherness and to establish conditions for their cooperation. The direct target group is the permanent inhabitants, while indirect target groups is composed of the temporary inhabitants, inhabitants of the neighboring villages and visitors. Through an interactive webpage the project promoter collected memories about the village, and in order to reveal the common past of the villagers the folk house was re-eqipped with objects collected together in the village. People of Lukafa including the ones living abroad jointly volunteered in the renovation of the house, creating a room of which may finally function as a workshop. Partners are the Norwegian Stella Polaris Life Theatre company which makes the local children aware of the importance of cooperation and togetherness. They cooperate with the Virágóra Foundation from Vásárosbéc who takes part in the development of the local history community website. Municipiality of Magyarlukafa also cooperates in the project by taking part in the organization of the reconstruction of the folk house and undertakes its maintenance.

 

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