We promote the vision of the Conference of the Birds, a digital Silk Road and the Silk Road Symphony Orchestra.
Together, we form the artistic and musical background, to promote the realisation of an increasing number of musical sources of inspiration, people from all corners of the world shared at the Silk Road Cultural Belt.
Our purpose is to build a bridge to potential Sponsors and the international community to become part of this vision by creating together the financial conditions for the Callias Foundation to bring to life a vision of our time and to develop new forms to reach out to new audiences along the Silk Road Cultural Belt and beyond.
Founded in September 2016, Maarifa Promotions GmbH has worldwide operations including East Africa, Central Asia, China, Russia and South East Asia.
The cultural impact of Maarifa’s mission on the global international community as well as on the singular individuals in the Silk Road Cultural Belt is seen as a constant source of inspiration and innovation.
Maarifa targets a variety of stakeholders including individuals, corporate sector firms, foundations and other sponsors.
THE ONLINE COMMUNITY
The digital community reached in cooperation with our partners is at present comprised of 50.000 highly engaged individuals who visit the Silk Road Cultural Belt every month from all over the world. This achievement validates the ongoing impact of Maarifa & Callias in providing meaningful content and resources.
THE OFFLINE COMMUNITY
The physical community consists of those individuals who have engaged in the activities of the SRSO in Berlin and those that will engage in future events in the SRCB countries.
“ An African proverb says “Birds sing not because they have answers but because they have songs. The SRSO performs not because it has solutions but because it has music ”.
Maarifa draws its target geographical space from countries along the Silk Road Cultural Belt.
70% of our followers are 35 and younger, distributed in geographic areas including the following 10 top countries (in order of relevance): Ukraine, India, Turkey, Germany, Russia, Morocco, Pakistan, Argentina, Bangladesh, Brazil
Austria —366 cities
Belgium —175 cities
Cambodia, Phnom —1032 visitors
Georgia, Tibilisi—769 visitors
Great Britain—1310 cities
Hong Kong—343 visitors
India —315 cities
Iraq, Bagdad—2 visitors
Saudi Arabia—16 cities
Tadjikistan, Dushanbe—44 visitors