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Better days for tourists, diplomats beckonBy ATTA®
Arusha. Better days for tourists and diplomats are in the offing, thanks to the rollout of the police training programme, as part of key players’ ambitious strategy to enhance tourist’s safety and security.
Dubbed, a tourism management, safety and security tailor-made course, is brainchild of Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (Tato) in partnership with Saint Augustine University of Tanzania (SAUT)’s Arusha campus and Police force’s tourism and diplomatic unit, bankrolled by United Nations Development Programme (UNDP).
Source: The Citizen - Tanzania