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07/04/2017 11:19:33

Haiti - Tourism : Towards ethno-tourism and memory tourism
Wednesday, Haitian artist Erol Josué, Hougan and Director General of the National Bureau of Ethnology (BNE), accompanied by his Technical Director Jerry Michel and dancer and choreographer Linda François met with Colombe Emilie Jessy Menos, the Minister of Tourism tto promote ethno-tourism and memory tourism in selected regions of the country

During this meeting, several points were discussed, in particular the prospects of the BNE and the new challenges it could meet with the collaboration of the Ministry of Tourism.

Minister Menos clearly expressed her enthusiasm for the ideas of Erol Josué and warmly congratulated the work already accomplished. She expressed her support and said she was open to a partnership with the BNE, notably in promoting ethno-tourism. The Department of Artibonite could be, a priori, the pilot zone for the development of this particular type of tourism in Haiti.

Learn more about BNE :
The National Bureau of Ethnology (BNE) is a transversal institution that is concerned with different aspects of the life of the nation. Whether it is history, culture or tourism, the BNE, "laboratwa syans pèp la", brings its stone to the strengthening of the Haitian cultural edifice known for its richness and diversity.

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