The Foundation for Culture and Civil Society (FCCS) is an Afghan social organization established in Mach 2003. A Board of Directors consisting of well-known Afghan professionals directs it. It has currently three fields of action: the Cultural Unit operates a Cultural Centre in Kabul and actively promotes the development of Afghan arts in Kabul and the rest of the country; the Civil Society Unit has established a nationwide network of local organizations and takes part in nationwide campaigns in fields such as elections monitoring and transitional justice; and the Research and Publications Unit operates a fund to promote free Afghan media in the regions while organizing, among other tasks, a wide-scope oral history project.
Funded by the British Council’s Cultural Protection Fund, the Heritage Unveiled: National Art Restoration (HUNAR) project is implemented by Foundation for Culture & Civil Society (FCCS) and Sayed & Nadia Consultancy Inc. (S&N) serving the Afghan National Gallery (ANG) under the Ministry of Information and Culture. The project focuses on the restoration/conservation of paintings destroyed under the Taliban, using national and international experts as well training ANG’s local staff in maintaining and conserving paintings. The project is also working towards building a knowledge base for the ANG in the management of a national art gallery.
The HUNAR project team is seeking a database developer, to work closely with international staff, FCCS & S&N management to develop an inventory database for the ANG’s collection in English and local languages. The developer will report to the project manager and FCCS director.
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