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Tourism Chamber Gets GHS55 Million From World Bank

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The Chamber for Tourism Industry Ghana has shown that information on a GHS55 million infusion into the travel industry is an inviting one as it will altogether support the fortunes of the area.

Recently, the Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture, Ibrahim Mohammed Awal declared that the sum which is from the World Bank will be made accessible from the following week.

CEO of the Chamber, Prince Ntiamoah Boampong expressed that since the travel industry area has been one of the most exceedingly terrible hits by the pandemic, he is sure that the money infusion will go far to assist the area with standing up.

“We are exceptionally glad to hear this news coming from the World Bank. The Ghana Enterprise Agency and the Ministry of Tourism have truly worked really hard by getting this award from the World Bank for the travel industry area. The travel industry area was the most exceedingly awful influenced when it went to the COVID-19, albeit different areas were influenced, so we have been approaching the public authority and other giver offices for seemingly forever to help the business. So news like this is incredible and inviting information.”

“Information from the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA) shows that worldwide visits have truly dropped essentially thus if the area will see a great deal of action it will come from capital infusion like this one. This award that has been given to the travel industry will actually want to assist them with getting business,” he added.

As indicated by the Ministry, the declaration follows conversations the Ghana Enterprises Agency, had with the World Bank and the Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture.

The cash will be restricted to COVID-19 Response awards, SME awards and site update awards.

The travel industry keeps on wrestling with the effect of the pandemic, as it was one of the most noticeably awful hit.

Albeit the country’s worldwide airspace is currently open to permit in global vacationers, who are the primary customers of the area, the business is still yet to escape the forested areas.