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CEO TOWN HALL

25 JANUARY 2021 9AM EST | 2PM GMT | 4PM CAT

Tourism Leaders will address questions and issues put before them by a global audience of industry leaders, small and medium business owners, and travelers alike.

Moderator: Kojo Bentum-Williams, Publisher & CEO, Voyages Afriq Media
Panelists:
Felix Chaila - CEO, Zambia Tourism Agency
Enver Duminy - CEO, Cape Town Tourism
Sileshi Girma - CEO, Tourism Ethiopia

Please send your questions info@ataww.org.

ON-DEMAND

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BEYOND CONSERVATION: COMMUNITIES

Join Wazha Dube of Index Select and Beks Ndlovu of African Bush Camps during 'Beyond Conservation: Communities' as they discuss Africa's rural tourism communities, new challenges and opportunities, and how the industry can continue to support and promote local empowerment and conservation through tourism.

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Discussion with Cherae Robinson, Founder and CEO of Tastemakers Africa. Called the "sexy, dope way to experience Africa" by Fusion and heralded as an innovator by AFAR, Conde Nast Traveler, CNN and more, Tastemakers Africa offers unique tours created and hosted by artists, creators, and makers in Africa and beyond.

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 Live chat will includeS Minister of Health, Dr. Jane Ruth Aceng, Mr. Al-Hajj Eng. Sooma Ayub and KCCA's Dr. Okello Ayen Daniel.

 

Topic: Tourism and Health Protocols In The Wake of #COVID19.
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