#Ghana Tourism Gets International Technical Consultant from Seychelles


(Posted 24th February 2023)



The Ghana Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture (MoTAC) has engaged the services of an
International Technical Consultant, Mr. Alain St.Ange to support its ongoing drive of
positioning Tourism, Arts and Culture as the number one tourism destination in Africa. With
this move the Ghana Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture (MoTAC) also expect that tourism
as a sector will increase its contribution to Ghana’s GDP.

The hiring of the Technical Consultant was facilitated through the Ghana Tourism
Development Project’s facility from the International Development Association (IDA) of the
World Bank implemented by the Ghana Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture (MoTAC).

The Technical Consultant will support the Ghana Ministry of Tourism, Arts and Culture
(MoTAC) to achieve the following:

a. Provide strategic & technical guidance in respect of PPP tourism school and doing so by
working with the school’s Transaction Advisor.
b. Provide strategic & technical guidance to develop a Sector-wide Strategy for the tourism
sector in Ghana.
c. Advise in developing a foundation for a West African Regional approach to tourism and
hospitality development.


Mr. Alain St.Ange is an International Tourism Marketing Expert and has served as a former
Minister of Tourism and Culture as well as Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine in the
Seychelles government. He previously served at Chief Executive of the Seychelles Tourism Board.

An overarching objective of the Ghana Tourism Development Project is to position the
country as the most preferred tourism destination in Africa.

Mr. St. Ange was recruited through a competitive process under the World Bank’s
procurement policy, and making a perfect fit, was selected to assist the Ghanean government in the task to promote the country and make it more visible to international travelers.

Please direct all requests for information to the Project Coordination Secretariat:
Email: gtdp@motac.gov.gh

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