The Guaranteed Gambian craft project promoted the livelihood development of artisans and craft producers in The Gambia by increasing their income through the sale of locally produced arts and crafts to both domestic and tourist markets.
Camp Africa is an innovative project dedicated to fostering sustainable development and responsible tourism in The Gambia and beyond. Adama was the Gambia Programme Manager for the Travel Foundation for from 2004 until 2013.
The Institute of Travel & Tourism of the Gambia (ITTOG) was born from the need to provide the knowledge and skills to those looking to break into travel and tourism .
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The ICRT has a network of sister organisations around the world all committed to furthering the aspirations of the Cape Town Declaration.
Mr Adama Bah is an associate member of the International Centre for Responsible Tourism. He holds MSc in Responsible Tourism Management. He has been associated with the International Centre for Responsible Tourism since it started, Adama also formed the International Centre for Responsible Tourism- West Africa (www.icrtwestafrica.org) which is part of the Institute of Travel and Tourism of The Gambia which he founded and is the Chairman of the board: www.ittogambia.org In 2004, Adama was the first person to win the award: The person who has contributed most significantly to responsible tourism (http://www.responsibletravel.com/awards/winners/2004.htm) in the prestigious World Responsible Tourism Award (http://www.responsibletravel.com/awards/).
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