East Africa: EALA Members Tour Ngorongoro Space


MEMBERS of the East African Legislative Meeting (EALA) have visited the Ngorongoro Conservation Space (NCA), as a part of their marketing campaign to advertise vacationer sights within the bloc.

The EALA lawmaker from Rwanda, who additionally chairs the EALA ‘s Agriculture, Tourism, and Pure Assets (ATNR) committee, Ms Francoise Uwumukiza mentioned that the meeting determined to assist Tanzania authorities’s efforts in selling tourism.

She mentioned they determined to begin with the Ngorongoro Conservation Space (NCA), the world’s prime tourism vacation spot.

“The federal government of Tanzania and the Ngorongoro Conservation Space Authority (NCAA) have carried out an excellent job to protect, handle the surroundings, shield the wildlife, cultural heritages, and geological tourism, which has led to the NCA being recognised by UNESCO as a World Heritage Websites,” Ms Uwumukiza mentioned.

Chairman of the Tourism and Wildlife Administration Sub-Committee, Dr Shogo Mlozi, who can be an EALA MP from Tanzania, mentioned that statistics present that the EAC area attracted 6.95 million vacationers in 2019.

“The area requires an intensive advertising to herald extra vacationers and for this reason EALA MPs have launched into a marketing campaign to advertise the regional sights to lure extra vacationers from Europe, America, Asia, and Africa,” Dr Mlozi mentioned.

She added: “Whereas we’re engaged in Parliamentary actions, we are going to proceed to make use of the Members of Parliament who function the folks’s representatives to go to the tourism locations in every of the member states.”