Participating in Sustainable Tourism Seminar

The Co-operative University of Kenya students, accompanied by Mr. Festus Maina, pose for a photo with organizers of the Sustainable Tourism Seminar held at the United States International University – Africa in Nairobi city on Saturday, March 23, 2024.

By Festus Maina and Meshack Ngangi

Our students and faculty members participated in the Sustainable Tourism Seminar on Saturday, March 23, 2024, at the United States International University – Africa.

The one-day deliberative forum focused on the impact of tourism multi-stakeholder partnerships and collaborations in accelerating the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) achievement.

Our engagement during the seminar speaks to the core intent and particular emphasis on offering cutting-edge tourism programs that support the integral elements of the sector.

As a participant during the event, the University expressed a deep vested interest in furthering partnerships with tourism stakeholders to attain Kenya’s Vision 2030, the SDGs, and the African Union Agenda 2063 through sustainable tourism.

Stacy Ngina, a third-year student pursuing a Bachelor of Tourism and Travel Management, led the student’s presentation on strategic measures to overcome barriers impeding the achievement of SDGs.

This learners’ exposure to industry dynamics supports our strategic approach to producing competent graduates for the tourism sector, which is a fundamental driver in fast-tracking the achievement of Vision 2030.

We take pride in our tourism students who have continually proven to the world outside the classroom, setting the skills and competence our programs offer to the job market.

The University congratulates the representatives during this tourism transformative seminar.

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