Jan 27, 2013
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The Nile Project: music, celebration, education, and collaboration for preservation

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The Nile Project is taking a collaborative, holistic approach in addressing the cultural and environmental challenges of the region.  The project team and their partners recently brought musicians from the Nile basin together to celebrate the river and its natural and cultural resources.  Two performances this month – the first for the project – provided an opportunity for cultural exchange, informal education, and discussions about sustainability.

To learn more about the Nile Project, upcoming events and programs, and how you can help them to continue their work, please visit http://www.nileproject.org/

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