Low Funds Moving Tourism Backward – Uganda Safari News.
The tourism sector is the major sector in Uganda and therefore has to be developed. The sector is capable of improving Uganda through improving the Economic growth.
This in return helps to create employment opportunities and also help to fight poverty in the country. This therefore provides room for investment hence increasing the number of safari tours in the country
However the government is funding less to the sector hence making it to move backward which is of disadvantage to the sector.
This is because the tourist attractions cannot be increased, Hotels, lodges, skilled labour and many more. This makes the sector backward since its facilities are not developed. This reduces the number of safari tours in Uganda.
The government should increase the total funds given to the sector so as to develop it. This will therefore increase employment opportunities in Uganda hence fight poverty among people.
This will help Uganda earn a lot of revenues and also make Uganda a tourist destination hence promoting more Uganda tours.
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