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Uganda Tourism Board
For over 15 years the Uganda Tourism Board has served the country in ensuring the success and growth of tourism in Uganda. This has been in conjunction with the Ministry of Tourism, Trade and Industry since its inception. The world over, the board is marketing and promoting the Pearl of Africa, its true nature, culture, wildlife, accommodation, and hospitality all packed in a country that is "Gifted by Nature".
Ministry of Tourism, Trade & Industry has eight departments and three units, namely:, Department of Finance and Administration, Department of External Trade, Department Of Internal Trade, Department of Tourism Development, Department Of wildlife Conservation, Department of Cooperative Development, Department of Industry and Technology, Department of Museums and Monuments, The Policy Analysis Unit, The Resource Centre Unit, The Procurement and Disposal Unit.
The Uganda Community Tourism Association (UCOTA) was established in July 1998, to empower local communities in sustainable development through small-scale tourism and handcraft enterprises, also known as Community Tourism. Community Tourism aims at involving the local people in the planning, decision-making and implementation of tourism development activities. This form of tourism assures that the benefits stay as much as possible in the local community.To date UCOTA has grown into 50 member-groups countrywide, representing about 1200 individuals of whom 63% are women and 37% men.
The Association of Uganda Tour Operators (AUTO) is a member of the Uganda Tourist Association an the apex body of tourist trade associations within the private sector. UTA exists to bring together, establish and maintain a forum for these associations. Its main objective is to coordinate private sector activities, act as the industry spokesman and therefore link the private sector and the Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife & Antiquities.
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Advancing Tourism to Africa (ATTA)
Network gatherings include - Social gatherings in UK and Africa. - The annual dinner and dance in London during World Travel Market week. Seminars in UK and Africa. These events allow members to establish relationships with their counterparts across the industry, connecting the wide membership in UK and Africa.