Exhibitors from the Tourism Boards of the Republic of Burundi, the Republic of South Sudan, the Republic of Uganda and the United Republic of Tanzania joined hands with EAC and GIZ in jointly presenting offerings of the regional tourism sector.
To prepare for public health emergencies, the EAC Secretariat, supported by WHO and GIZ, conducted a training of emergency response Partner States' experts and officials on management of public health emergencies at ports of entry as well as an emergency simulation to strengthen preparedness and bolster response to future public health emergencies.
EAC and GIZ are supporting female tour guides via the Intra-Regional Trade Facility
Posted in Tourism & Wildlife Management on Mar 09, 2022.
Over 3,000 stakeholders participated in the 16-week capacity building campaign by EAC and EATP
Posted in Tourism & Wildlife Management on Jan 06, 2022.
"Tembea Nyumbani" is a regional awareness campaign by the East African Community, the East African Tourism Platform, GIZ and TradeMark East Africa to foster regional tourism in support of the EAC's tourism industry.
Posted in Tourism & Wildlife Management on Oct 12, 2021.
A starting point to refueling the East African Tourism Industry.
To develop the domestic and regional market as an untapped source of revenue complimenting international tourism, the EAC, supported by GIZ, will conduct a set of measures in the second half of 2021.
German Ambassador and EAC SG sign two government agreements paving the way for implementation of projects of a total volume of USD 65 million in the areas of health, digital skills and water resource management
Posted in Tourism & Wildlife Management on May 03, 2021.
How the “EAC Tourist Guides Online Portal” aspires to be the #1 stop hub for professionally trained tourist guides of the EAC region.
Posted in Agriculture & Food Security, Customs & Trade, Education, Science & Technology, Gender, Community Development & Civil Society, Health, Industrialisation & SME Development, Investment Promotion & Private Sector Development, Tourism & Wildlife Management on Nov 26, 2020.
Germany committs up to 42.9 Million Euros for the next two years in Government negotiations with EAC