16

Nov

MTCA, TOURISM PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE MEMBERS HOLD FAMILIARISATION MEETING.

The Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs and its sub vented agencies have held a successful familiarization talk with Parliamentary Committee Members on Tourism and Cultural Affairs at the Ministry’s Office, Kingharman Road on the 16th November, 2020. The purpose of the meeting, according to the Chairman for the aforementioned Tourism Committee Hon. Tom Isaac Tucker, was[…]

14

Nov

SITE VISIT TO THE LANDSLIDE STABILIZATION SITE, REGENT, FREETOWN.

The Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs on Saturday 14th November, 2020 in partnership with the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNoPS), the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) and other local developmental organizations in Sierra Leone has joined hands in solidarity with the community to visit the landslide stabilization site of the August 14, 2017[…]

15

Oct

MTCA WRAPS UP TWO DAYS’ VALIDATION WORKSHOP ON ENTERTAINMENT & CULTURAL POLICY

following the Day One recommendations of entertainment stakeholders in the validation process of formulating the Entertainment Policy of Sierra Leone, The Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs has ended a two-day exhaustive workshop with also series of recommendations towards actualizing the upgrade and review of the 2013 Cultural Policy of Sierra Leone to an Act today 15th[…]

Office of the Hon. Minister Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs B28 King Harman Road Brookfield’s Freetown.   PRESS RELEASE 12TH OCTOBER, 2020. The Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs (MTCA) is informed with dismay that certain esoteric groups within the North and North-West of Sierra Leone have undermined or violated the current moratorium on masquerading in[…]

PRESS RELEASE

The Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs (MTCA) is informed with dismay that certain esoteric groups within the North and North-West of Sierra Leone have undermined or violated the current moratorium on masquerading in the Northern Regional Headquarters (Makeni). It should be noted that Culture could be deemed as a vehicle to foster peace, social cohesion, hence,[…]

17

Sep

MTCA, TOURISTS BOARD PARTNER WITH UNDP TO ENGAGE SLAJ ON MEDIA ROLE TOWARDS PROMOTING SUSTAINABLE TOURISM

The Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs (MTCA), with its sub vented agency the National Tourists Board (NTB) with support from the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), engaged stakeholders of Sierra Leone Association of Journalists (SLAJ) in a one-day workshop on the theme: “The Role of Media in Promoting Sustainable Ecotourism in Sierra Leone” Held on Thursday[…]

12

Sep

TOURISM MINISTRY AND UNDP PROVIDE TRAINING FOR COASTAL WOMEN IN ENTREPRENEURSHIPTOURISM MINISTRY AND UNDP PROVIDE TRAINING FOR COASTAL WOMEN IN ENTREPRENEURSHIPTOURISM MINISTRY AND UNDP PROVIDE TRAINING FOR COASTAL WOMEN IN ENTREPRENEURSHIPTOURISM MINISTRY AND UNDP PROVIDE TRAINING FOR COASTAL WOMEN IN ENTREPRENEURSHIPTOURISM MINISTRY AND UNDP PROVIDE TRAINING FOR COASTAL WOMEN IN ENTREPRENEURSHIPTOURISM MINISTRY AND UNDP PROVIDE TRAINING FOR COASTAL WOMEN IN ENTREPRENEURSHIPTOURISM MINISTRY AND UNDP PROVIDE TRAINING FOR COASTAL WOMEN IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP

The Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs (MTCA) with support from United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) on Saturday 12th September, 2020 provided training on the theme ” Climate Change Resilience for Women Entrepreneurs in Tourism Coastal Risk Areas” on Banana Island, one of Sierra Leone’s Colonial legacies dotted along Freetown’s Atlantic Ocean. In his opening statement, the[…]

05

Sep

The Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs with support from United Nations Development Program (UNDP) provide training for Coastal Women in Entrepreneurship.

The Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Affairs (MTCA) with support from United Nations Development Program (UNDP) on Saturday 5th September,2020 provide training for women on ” Climate Change Resilience Training for Women Entrepreneurs in Tourism Coastal Risk Areas” in Sulima Village.   In his opening statement the Chairman of the program Mr. Sundu Marrah who is also[…]