A total of 232 proposals were submitted to the second C@WA call for applications. Of these, the evaluation committee selected 20 projects to receive a sub-grant. Of these 20 projects, 3 have a legally established lead partner in Benin, 3 in Burkina Faso, 1 in Cameroon, 1 in the Democratic Republic of Congo, 1 in Ivory Coast, 1 in Mali, 3 in Nigeria, 1 in Rwanda, 1 in Senegal, 2 in Tanzania, 3 in Togo, 1 in Uganda and 3 in Zimbabwe.

The summaries of the 20 selected projects are now available on the C@WA website, each one with relevant information about their objectives, activities and organisations that contribute to their implementation.

The projects, which began between July and September 2019 and will end during the second half of 2020, involve a total of 46 entities; 13 projects are implemented in a single country while the other 7 are implemented in more than one of the eligible countries.

Culture at Work Africa is a project co-financed by the European Union and implemented by Interarts, Arterial Network, Centre for Fine Arts – BOZAR, Culture et Développement, Regional Centre for the Living Arts in Africa – CERAV/Afrique, Culture Fund of Zimbabwe Trust, International Music Council – IMC and the Committee on Culture of United Cities and Local Governments – UCLG.