A Training workshop for the project team was conducted on 20 February 2019. Aigine CRC also invited project consultants, sacred site guardians, traditional practitioners, interested community members, journalists and MA students of the Anthropology Department. Ms. Sabira Soltongeldieva, Secretary General of the National Commission of UNESCO to the Kyrgyz Republic led the sessions on inventory techniques, regulations of the 2003 ICH Convention and UNESCO project reporting. Ms. Gulnara Aitpaeva, director of the Aigine CRC, conducted the sessions on the project objectives, goals and results, as well as on role of local communities on inventorying sacred sites and related ICH elements and on developing their efficient safeguarding measures. The project team and training participants overviewed best safeguarding practices around the world and learned about community-based inventorying techniques of Australia, Canada, Brazil and Uganda.