Within the framework of the project titled “Community-Based Tourism through the Promotion of Heritage Sites” being implemented by the Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities of Uganda, a two-day training and a one-day workshop program were conducted between 19-21 July, 2021 in Uganda with participation of local participants as well as the participation of the representatives from the relevant ministries of the partner countries, Sudan, Mozambique and Nigeria.

The training program aimed at gaining knowledge and experience in the development of local tourism, product development and marketing strategies within the scope of community-based tourism for an average of 33 participants from the public and private sectors. In addition, field excursions were made to heritage sites located in certain regions of the country.

With the workshop program, current situation and best practices in partner countries were shared with the participants through country presentations.