TARA Partners

TARA is extremely grateful to the foundations, embassies, governments and other bodies around the world whose contributions in cash and kind - as well as their moral support - made it possible for TARA to achieve its mission in 2013. We are especially thankful for the support of the Arcadia Fund which funds many aspects of our programmes and operations and which fully funded our new website. TARA particularly recognises the support of the UNESCO World Heritage Centre.

TARA also recognises with gratitude the partnerships it enjoys with the national and local heritage bodies in Kenya, as well as Australia, Britain, Malawi, Netherlands, Tanzania and Uganda.

Uganda Department of Museums and Monuments

Uganda - Department of Museums & Monuments
The Christensen Fund

The Christensen Fund
USA Department of State

USA - Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation (AFCP)
Tanzania Department of Antiquities

Tanzania - Department of Antiquities
National Geographic

National Geographic
African World Heritage Fund

African World Heritage Fund
Ecole du Patrimoine Africain

L'Ecole du Patrimoine Africain
Australia, Coat of Arms

Australian High Commission
The British Museum

The British Museum
ICCROM

ICCROM - International Centre for the Study of the Preservation and Restoration of Cultural Property
The Leakey Foundation

The Leakey Foundation
National Museums of Kenya

National Museums of Kenya
International National Trusts Organisation

International National Trusts Organisation
Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization

Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilization
IFRAO International Federation of Rock Art Organizations

International Federation of Rock Art Organizations
Prince Claus Fund

Prince Claus Fund