Sayari Dunia Sustainable Tourism Foundation Appoints St. Ange as Board Member


Sayari Dunia Sustainable Tourism Foundation, a climate action, sustainable tourism and heritage organisation has appointed Alain St. Ange, the former Minister of Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine of the Seychelles and Head of Saint Ange Tourism Consultancy as a Board Member at an event in Abuja, Nigeria.

A non-profit and non-governmental organisation, Sayari Dunia Sustainable Tourism Foundation is a regenerative and sustainable tourism organization focused on climate mitigation and adaptation, bio-diversity conservation, green development and operating at the intersection of tourism, trade and sustainability for youths, women, inclusive groups, MSMEs, communities and cities. The foundation is leading a green and sustainability movement in tourism development in Africa through its climate action programmes in support of the UN SDGs and African Union Agenda 2063.

Alain St. Ange, joins a number of distinguished personalities on the prestigious board amongst whom are Ms. Abigail Adesina Olagbaye, the Chairman of the foundation, Mohammed Mezghani, the Secretary General of International Association of Public Transport UITP; Hisham Zaazou, Egypt’s former tourism minister who served under 3 presidents until 2016; Ishanlosen Odiaua, World Bank senior social development specialist and president of International Council of Museums and Monuments ICOMOS Advisory Committee, Kazeem Sanusi, systems and cities expert and CEO KFSP etc.

St. Ange, who has been busy with tourism consultancy work in different parts of Africa and in Asia and who continues to be heard regularly on the Speaker’s Circuit with his trade mark ‘off the cuff’ addresses on tourism, sustainable tourism drive and climate change said that his continued work across Africa and beyond has been recognised and has resulted in his appointments on boards and foundations supporting tourism. “I am honoured to be called upon to be part of this Board and I will continue to work with the needed passion that is so needed for managing tourism” said Alain St. Ange.

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