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Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Trans Frontier to Boost Zambia Safari and Tourism

Zambian minister of tourism Kabinga Pande recently attended the Malawi/Zambia Trans Frontier Conservation Area (TFCA) project meeting. This project is meant to boost tourism in the neighbouring countries of Zambia and Malawi.

Officially opening the Malawi/Zambia Trans Frontier Conservation Area workshop at Holiday Inn in Lusaka Pande said the TFCA was one of the fastest growing development projects in Southern Africa Development Community (SADC). The project started last year and aims to create a peace park at the Zambian and Malawian border. And the target? To enhance tourism in Malawi and Zambia..

Zambia Wildlife Authority (ZAWA) and the Malawi department of parks and wildlife have formalized the establishment of TFCA. This will improve ecological integrity, joint wildlife management of tourism and policy regulation for the proposed Trans Frontier Conservation Area. I couldn’t agree more for conservation is my life’s greatest passion.

The “Visit Zambia 2005” campaign is miles ahead. Fruits are now starting to get ready for the picking. For tourists’ arrival figures are going up.

..And the joint venture with Malawi, the ”warm heart of Africa”, is a stroke of genius.


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