Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) to develop and promote the capital city of Uganda- Kampala as a top tourism destination for both local and foreign tourists.
The agreement was signed on Tuesday 30th November, 2021 between the two institutions which have had a long-standing working relationship at common strategic levels. They were represented by the executive directors Lily Ajarova and Dorothy Kisaka for UTB and KCCA respectively.
In the Memorandum of understanding, both parties will;
- Develop tourism products to increase on the tourism offer within the city district
- Compile and disseminate tourism information in promotion of Kampala City and Uganda as a preferred tourism destination
- Coordinate and execute joint inspections of tourism enterprises in Kampala for quality assurance and standard enforcement
- Organize and support social events that highlight Kampala and Uganda’s historical and cultural diversity
- Enhance tourism education/awareness and conservation in the public and private schools in Kampala City
- Build capacity for tourism human resource in tourism enterprises within the city
- Circulate information about tourism enterprises and services within Kampala
The CEO Uganda Tourism Board – Lilly Ajarova commented on this MoU that the partnership is aimed at promoting Kampala not only as the access route to the tourism sites and attractions of destination Uganda but also work together to ensure quality assurance and standards offered to tourists in Kampala.
“In line with our mandate, we will work with KCCA to ensure Kampala City becomes one of the top destinations in Uganda and the region. With its huge tourism offering in history and culture, there is no doubt that our City can reap big from tourism especially with our domestic tourists” Lilly added.
Dorothy the KCCA ED expressed that Kampala Capital City Authority administrators are ambitious to deliver a vibrant, attractive and sustainable city to both Ugandans and visitors to the country.
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