Salama Heritage Ecovillage (SHE) Tanzania

Salama Heritage Ecovillage (SHE) Tanzania is a Tanzania based NGO that promotes sustainable livelihoods and build resilient communities across Africa. SHE Tanzania was establish in 2014 with offices based in Dar es Salaam and Arusha Tanzania.
My objective to join the Africa Tourism Board is to contribute my knowledge, skills, ideas and experience in the promotion of Tourism across Africa. Africa has great tourism potential that must be harnessed.

Ms Rosemary Olive Mbone Enie
Geologist/Gender Ambassador
National Director IICCI Tanzania
Vice Chairperson WEAC
CEO/President Elite Ventures Africa Ltd
East/Southern Africa Representative -Abibiman Foundation
Co-Founder Salama Heritage Ecovillage (SHE)
Childhood Ambassador/ Country Liaison Officer Tanzania
Consulting Partner, Global Water Partnership (GWP)
Women Environment and Climate Action Network (WECAN)
P O Box 72816, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Tel: +255 686511422
Skype: Mbone Enie
Website:
www.indo-oic-icci.org
www.abibimanfoundation.org
http://www.acei.org/ambassadors-for-childhood
https://www.ic.org/directory/salama-heritage-ecovillage-she-tanzania/
www.eliteventuresafrica.organogold.com

Salama Heritage Ecovillage (SHE) Tanzania is a young but very promising Tanzania based NGO. We have initiated the Pan Africa Eco-communities Network (PEN) International and Salama Pan African Institute for Cultural Education and Sports (SPICES). Through this projects we shall promote different types of tourism such as Cultural Tourism, Ecotourism, Agricultural Tourism (Agtours) Geotourism, Community Tourism etc. We shall be happy to collaborate with the African Tourism Board to establish a Pan Africa Tour Guiding Training Centre in Arusha Tanzania to build the capacity of African Tour Guides. We also work in close collaboration with the Maasai Community in Tanzania through the Maasai Association for Technology and Enterprise (MATE) Tanzania, another initiative of SHE Tanzania. Through these projects we shall go a long way to contribute to the aims and objectives of the Africa Tourism Board.

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