According to bank documents, the project objective is to improve the tourism business environment, enhance market access, and improve tourism products and services in Sierra Leone.
The proposed project will take an integrated destination approach to improving the performance of Sierra Leone’s tourism sector. This will include facilitating the reduction of barriers to business success, assisting existing tourism providers with market access, and improving the quality of selected tourism products in order to place the country’s tourism sector on a sustainable and inclusive growth trajectory. This will be achieved through a mix of institutional, and policy reforms, market development and national re-branding as well as building B2B linkages and strategically developing tourism products in selected areas.
Adja Mansora Dahourou
Senior Private Sector Specialist
Ministry of Finance
Ministry of Tourism & Cultural Affairs
Director of Tourism
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