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UNITED NATIONS WORLD TOURISM ORGANISATION (UNWTO) TOURISM DAY CELEBRATION

The commemoration of World Tourism Day is held on the 27th of September each year to showcase the tourism sector’s unique ability to drive economic development, preserve and promote culture and heritage as well as to provide opportunities for all.

This year’s programme will be hosted in the Hohoe Municipal Assembly of the Volta Region on the theme “Tourism for Inclusive Growth” to convey tourism role in ensuring the many social and economic benefits that tourism brings is available to everybody resulting in wealth creation and poverty reduction.

The celebration of this day will reaffirm the sector’s commitment to building a more prosperous and peaceful world through tourism with everyone onboard. It is both timely and necessary. The restriction on international travel compounded by hotel quarantine for all arrivals and the extended and unintended effect has made clear the relevance of tourism to our societies.

The economic and social impact has been felt far beyond the sector itself. And in many places, the most vulnerable members of society have been hit hardest of all. Therefore, unlocking the potential of tourism, its extensive value chain and investments facilitation and opportunities can deliver more inclusive and sustainable growth in traditionally marginalized communities with huge tourism and other resources. By expanding access to tourism education and delivering sector-specific training will give everybody the chance to benefit from tourism’s future growth.

Working for inclusive growth means getting everybody behind a better vision for tourism through which inclusive growth, global poverty and inequality levels between countries will improve and thereby incentivizing a unique occasion to amplify the conversation about the sector’s role for the revitalization of the sector following the effects of COVID-19 pandemic.

The Ghanaian destination raked in $3.3 billion with a total of 1.3 million tourist’s arrivals by the end of 2019. The pandemic had reduced the gains made by two/thirds in 2020 and depressed the tourism value chain indicators. For Ghana’s tourism sector to recover from the pandemic shocks, the Ministry has initiated some interventions such as launching of the Domestic Tourism Campaign dubbed “Experience Ghana- share Ghana” including grants for tourism SME’s and site upgrades.

Management and staff welcome our tourism industry players and all Ghanaians to join us in making the World Tourism Day Celebration an impactful one than ever before.

 

 

 

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PRESS RELEASE ON THE 2020 UNWTO - WORLD TOURISM DAY CELEBRATION IN THE WESTERN REGION.

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MINISTRY OF TOURISM,

ARTS & CULTURE
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ACCRA, GHANA

 14TH SEPTEMBER, 2020

REPUBLIC OF GHANA

PRESS RELEASE ON THE 2020 UNWTO - WORLD TOURISM DAY CELEBRATION IN THE WESTERN REGION.

The Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture (MoTAC), the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) and the other agencies under the Ministry will be celebrating this year’s UNWTO World Tourism Day (WTD) event from 22nd - 27th September, 2020 in the Western Region.

The programme is an annual event which is celebrated globally every year, on 27th September 2020, to highlight the significance of tourism and its social, cultural, political and economic significance around the world.

The WTD 2020 is being held under the theme: “TOURISM AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT”, which seeks to celebrate the sector’s unique ability to drive economic development and provide opportunities outside of big cities, including communities that would otherwise be left behind. The World Tourism Day 2020 also underscores the important role tourism plays in preserving and promoting cultural heritage and curbing urban migration in Ghana and the world at large.

The 2020 edition of the World Tourism Day is also to derive maximum economic impact from the effects of the covid-19 pandemic and to invariably put tourism as the topmost priority on the Government of Ghana’s agenda.

This position was amply stated in a recent release of a landmark policy brief on tourism by the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres in which he emphasized that “for rural communities, indigenous peoples and many other historically marginalized populations, tourism has been a vehicle for integration, empowerment and generating income”. Hence, the theme for this year’s event ‘Tourism and Rural Development’.

 This flagship programme under the tourism ministry is expected to take place between 22nd - 27th September 2020, in Bogoso and Takoradi in the Western Region of Ghana, with the Activities lined up as follows:

  • Virtual Symposium via Zoom – 22ndSeptember, 2020.
  • Health Walk - 26th September, 2020, Bogoso.
  • Tree Planting Exercise - 26thSeptember, 2020, Bogoso.
  • Musical Concert -26th September, 2020, Bogoso.
  • Grand Durbar and Photo Exhibition - 27thSeptember, 2020, Takoradi.

We, therefore, entreat the general public, the residents of the host region, industry players in the Tourism Arts &Culture industry and the media in particular to endeavour to support the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture in its quest to commemorate the up-coming event.  

Support by all and sundry for the occasion, would undoubtedly help the Government of Ghana and the Ministry to resuscitate the tourism sector as we contend with the Covid-19 pandemic by promoting the important role tourism plays in the socio, cultural and economic development of the country.

For further details on the event, kindly contact the following officers;

  1. Alhassan Abubakar Sadik, Public Affairs Manager (MoTAC) - 0245529009 / 0263341550
  2. Jones Nelson, Head/ Corporate Affairs Manager (GTA) -

0200120013

Meanwhile, our media partners for this auspicious programme are catalogued as follows;

  • GBC/ GTV
  • Media General Group
  • Multi – Media Group.
  • Atinka Media Village
  • Citi FM/ TV
  • UTV/ Peace FM
  • Graphic communication Group
  • Ghanaian Times
  • Ghana News Agency
  • Okay FM
  • Daily Guide
  • Asaasi  Radio.
  • Business and Financial Times
  • Star FM

We, therefore, use this opportunity to invite the general public to this World Tourism Day 2020 celebrations in Bogoso and Takoradi in the Western Region.

Thank You.

 

SIGNED

 

ALHASSAN ABUBAKAR SADIK

PUBLIC AFFAIRS MANAGER

MINISTRY OF TOURISM, ARTS AND CULTURE.

ESTABLISHMENT OF ARTS RIGHTS COURT

The establishment of a specialized court to address the specific needs of the Creative Arts Industry has been a priority of the Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo- Addo led Government. The contribution of this important industry to the economy of the country is recognized by Government, and the need to safeguard and promote same cannot be overemphasized.

 The Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture has engaged the Office of the Chief Justice to ensure the establishment of a specialized court to deal with issues of the industry.

 It is hereby announced that the Honourable Chief Justice has approved the establishment of a specialized court, as a division of the High Court to deal with copyright and other related matters pertaining to the Creative Arts Industry.

 It is the expectation of Government that this court will facilitate the effective and expeditious resolution of specific disputes that affect the Creative Arts Industry to protect the rights and interests of creative practitioners.

 The Ministry in consultation with the Judicial Service shall communicate the modalities for the Court in the next legal year which commences in October 2020.

 

 Hon. Barbara Oteng-Gyasi (MP)

(Minister for Tourism, Arts and Culture)

THE EXECUTIVES OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS AND TOURISM PAID A COURTESY CALL ON THE HON. MINISTER OF TOURISM, ARTS AND CULTURE

 

The Executives of Women in Business and Tourism paid a Courtesy Call on the Hon. Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture,  to officially welcome her to her new role as the substantive Minister of Tourism,  Arts and Culture.  The Group was led by the President of Women in Business and Tourism Miss Eunice Ogbugo, the Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Organiser, Media and Publicity.

Members of the Group recently visited South Africa for Africa’s Travel Indaba and the Women in Tourism Dinner that was held there were members of Women in Business and Tourism from other SADC countries such as Botswana, Lesotho, Zimbabwe, Angola were present including Ghana and Nigeria representing West Africa.

The Group informed the Honourable Minister of their plans to officially launch the Women in Business and Tourism Ghana Chapter and West Africa or Ecowas Chapter in Ghana on the 28th of June 2019 at which they have requested the presence of the Honourable Minister to give a keynote address as her Ministry is one of the umbrella ministries they work hand in hand with. The other Ministries the group works under are the Ministry of Business Development, The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection, the Ministry of Trade and Industry. The Group also informed the Minister of the reason for the name Women in Business and Tourism because Tourism is multi-sectoral and works for hand in hand with various sectors such as construction, telecom, banking and finance, health and wellness, fashion industries, hospitality, beauty, agriculture, aviation, etc not forgetting the services such as law, accounting, etc etc. The President informed the Minister that their group comprised women owning companies or businesses in all these various sectors including the Tourism industry.

The main objective of the Group is to see to the ownership of Businesses by women, expansion of existing businesses from Small scale to large enterprises, diversification from one Business into other businesses or other business sectors or areas, and expansion beyond the borders of our various countries into other Africa Countries.

 

Ministry Overview

The Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture was renamed in 2017 through Executive Instrument E.I28 Civil Service (Ministries) Instrument, 2017 by His Excellency the President, Nana Addo Danquah Akufo-Addo to replace the then Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts. The Ministry’s policy directive is to provide a firm, stable policy environment for effective mainstreaming of Ghanaian arts and culture into all aspects of national life. This it is believed will help in ensuring the emergence of a strong, vibrant and creative environment that would help improve and advance the Tourism, Arts and Culture industry in Ghana.


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