iciHaiti – Tourism : «Zero waste» the credo of the brand new Minister
Saturday, September 22, Marie Christine Stephenson the brand new Minister of Tourism was the guest of the association “Ayiti Bèl, Ayiti vet” in Montrouis on the Côte des Arcadins to take part in a round table round the theme “Tèt ansanm nap sove lanmè ak latè nou yo”.
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During this round table, the Minister distributed to the assistance her “Zero Waste” policy which she advocated, applicable right from the start of her term… She firmly believes that the question of pollution and waste includes a direct effect on tourism and really wants to set up measures with the authorities concerned for an improved management of fatras and an improved image of Haiti.
Christine Stephenson, Minister of Tourism congratulated the private sector, europe and the British Embassy when planning on taking charge of the issue in this weekend http://www.haitilibre.com/en/news-25629-haiti-environment-protecting-the-marine-environment-one-of-the-major-challenges-of-the-new-minister.html “Congratulations to Ayiti Bel Ayiti Vet. We should appreciate and protect the submerged heritage, support and discover a modus operandi for the management of waste, consider with the grouped communities concerned not merely the tourist areas but a shared natural heritage, we should involve all of the active forces in the presence , nor forget that it’s a worldwide issue. From our side it now starts !”
Let’s recall that the Minister left the united states Sunday to France to take part in the 40th IFTM Top Resa fair from 25 to 28 September 2018 unmissable appointment of tourism professionals to meet up the major players in tourism worldwide, regain their trust and that of investors and put Haiti back on the planet tourist map as a safe and quality destination…