Londol Mali Festival

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Papua New Guinea

Name: Londol Mali Festival
Country: Papua New Guinea
Year of establishment: 2020
Type of organization: Community-based association or organization, Legally recognized non-profit status, Community business or cooperative , Public-private partnership, Women’s association or organization, Indigenous peoples’ group or organization, Ethnic minority group or association

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Londol Mali Festival

Papua New Guinea Placeholder
Papua New Guinea

Name: Londol Mali Festival
Country: Papúa Nueva Guinea
Year of establishment:
Type of organization: Community-based association or organization, Legally recognized non-profit status, Community business or cooperative , Public-private partnership, Women’s association or organization, Indigenous peoples’ group or organization, Ethnic minority group or association

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Description

Londol Mali Festival promotes and realizes arts, culture and tourism plays integral vulnerable community participation in promoting performing arts and cultural activities. The festival event is hosted to preserve our cultures and traditions thus promoting eco-tourism in Papua New Guinea. Therefore Londol Mali Festival is taking this initiative of driving public – private partnership program involving woman and youths by promoting arts, culture and tourism in Papua New Guinea. Through participation in this festival will build up local capacity of our local cultural entrepreneurs in keeping and preserving their long lost cultural heritages. With the hosting of Londol Mali Cultural Festival is to promote business houses by giving financial incentives to promote this hidden industry promoting arts, culture and tourism in Papua New Guinea.

Nature Element: Grasslands and drylands, Mountains
Type of Action:
Sustainable Development Element: Jobs and livelihoods (SDG 1) , Gender equality (SDG 5) , Sustainable communities and disaster risk reduction (SDG 11) , Partnerships (SDG 17) 

Nature Element: Grasslands and drylands, Mountains
Type of Action:
Sustainable Development Element: Jobs and livelihoods (SDG 1) , Gender equality (SDG 5) , Sustainable communities and disaster risk reduction (SDG 11) , Partnerships (SDG 17) 

Environmental Impacts

For year lets say that our arts and cultures influences woman, man, youths and locals consumption decisions that may impact species or contribute to greenhouse gas emissions. The Londol Mali Festival event promotes and shows its cultural influences on how people to support or oppose responses to mitigate biodiversity loss or climate change.

At first the particular cultures develop because of the physical landscape. However, over time these cultures mount pressures and influences on the landscape around them. One may point out that its impact can be certain physical features, such as landforms, climates, and natural vegetation around our local communities.

Sustainable Development Impacts

We have realized that culture is a driver for sustainable development in most vulnerable communities today. Therefore we have to work partnership to bring in players of different sustainable activities. Such as that cultural sector promotes economic growth through cultural tourism, handicrafts production, creative industries, agriculture, food and natural resources, and fisheries. However, our traditional agriculture and food preparation practices generally enhances food security in our most vulnerable communities through the hosting of Londol Mali Festival that attracts more than 200,000 inclusive of man, woman and youths.

RESILIENCE, ADAPTABILITY, AND SELF-SUFFICIENCY

The most resilience and adaptions are based on different elements in a cultures that can contribute towards resilience according to how important that specific factor is in each culture groups or context. In Papua New Guinea, let me say that our family structures are an important protective factor in the world with land of unexpected meaning that Papua New Guinea has more than 800 languages and 700 different cultures that transforms the livelihoods of people based on different environment. However, what we mean by family or whatever part of family groups and structures that is involved, may differ and cross variations.

REDUCED INEQUALITIES

Londol Mali Festival recently focused on reducing inequality that requires transformative change in our rural communities. Therefore, such a festival event produce greater efforts that are needed to eradicate extreme poverty and hunger, and invest more in health, education, social protection and decent jobs especially for young people, man and woman and other vulnerable communities.

GENDER EQUALITY

The Londol Mali Festival is an important part of the event promoting cultural values and traditions of everyone equally. The most obvious indicator is the gender inequality that was influenced by different cultures of our people inclusive of woman and youths in our neglected communities. Such event has provoke policies and rules that requires to be adopted to counter such gender inequality in our communities. Londol Mali Festival ensure both male an female participates equally. So now in Papua New Guinea our people are seeing gender equality and have opted and adopted better policies to protect gender equality in Papua New Guinea.

Scalability

In our cultural scalability generally focused on what people say, what people do and how people treat each other rolled into one neat concept. Therefore, this concept is built upon your cultural groups team's values. So these cultural values represent the way people in neglected communities can think and make decisions, and are therefore paramount when you start scaling.

Replicability

In the essence of cultural promotion and preservation, Londol Mali Festival is the (re)-production of an element or aspect of modern contemporary culture, that are dubbed with cultural “replication,” it is typically involves two distinguishable facets: copying and responses to what happens during the hosting of Londol Mali Festival. The current focus is based on copying, older models look at culture through the lens of acquisition, viewing individuals within the group as sharing the same culture.