POSTPONED: : Meet Ibrahim Osta presenting his Masterclass to Project Hope and you are invited

POSTPONED: : Meet Ibrahim Osta presenting his Masterclass to Project Hope and you are invited

POSTPONED

We are sorry to relate, Mr. Osta just had a last minute change, and the African Tourism Board has to postpone this event. 
I have been assigned a new portfolio and need to attend to last minute demands.

 

The African Tourism Board invited Ibrahim Osta to present the launching of a Destination Revitalization Project US AID Jordan

Mr. Osta represents Chemonics International and speaks to the members of Project Hope, an Initiative by ATB in response to COVID-19.

Chemonics International Inc. is an entirely employee-owned international development consulting firm that has been leading private sector development programs since 1975 in more than 145 countries around the world. Chemonics has managed 1198 contracts in all key development areas. including tourism industry development, and currently implements 112 contracts in 68 countries. Chemonics has more than 550 staff in the Washington, DC headquarters, and over 3000 staff in the United States, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Eastern Europe and Latin America.

Chemonics has implemented numerous tourism development initiatives around the world and is currently implementing the USAID Building Economic Growth Through Sustainable Tourism (BEST) Project (www.siyaha.org); the largest dedicated USAID-funded tourism development activity in the world.

BEST is the latest in a four-phase tourism development initiative managed by Chemonics since 2005. With $36 million of the $98 million in funds allocated by USAID to date, BEST seeks to support Jordan´s transformation into a globally competitive tourism destination. The project works closely with government, non-government and private sector tourism stakeholders to strengthen the country´s tourism facilities and services, improve the management and promotion of tourism sites, boost marketing efforts and encourage tourism to secondary sites. It also seeks to address the dearth of women working in tourism and promote the employment of youth in this sector, where demand for skilled workers is high.

 

If you had registered for the September 15, we will inform you also separately. 

 

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