11 January 2013

Angola: Kwanza Sul Tourism Master Plan Presented

Sumbe — The tourism master plan for Kwanza Sul Province was presented Thursday, in the amphitheatre of Sumbe Polytechnic High School, by the Arquidesign company in a ceremony presided over by the provincial governor, Eusébio de Brito Teixeira.

On the occasion, the governor presented the tourism master plan of Kwanza Sul Province, constitutes a driving-force for the development of tourism projects that exist in the region.

The municipal administrations, he said, entrepreneurs and civil society must take part in the preparation of this project, taking into account the potential of each municipality, commune and village, so that it can have a big impact on the population.

For the architect of Arquidesign Company, Francisco José, the presentation of Kwanza Sul master plan represents a benefit for the province, taking into account its tourism potential.

The minister of Tourism has a national strategy, approved by the Cabinet Council, which is in line with the Tourism Master Plan for 2012-2020, in which various factors intervene, such as socio-cultural, natural and geographic aspects, among others.

One of the expectations for the plan is the creation of jobs and contribution to economic diversification through the development of tourism practices in an inclusive way for the province.

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