DCTAI acknowledges that despite the challenges experienced over the years, and its initiatives established to overcome them, it is grateful that its volunteer member organizations continued to persevere
‘The past several years has been extremely challenging for the Dominica Community Tourism Association (DCTAI), and it is expressing gratitude to its volunteer member organizations for continuing to persevere, notwithstanding these hurdles.’ President of the Dominica Community Tourism Association (DCTAI) Mrs Josephine Dublin Prince, says the DCTAI embarked on several initiatives in recent years, collaborating with several partners. The main partner and donor being the government of Dominica.She went on to list the initiatives used to overcome the Association’s recent challenges:
Some of the other initiatives were:
The continued success of the Mero Beach through the Mero Enhancement Committee, the development of the Sulphur River Tour project though the Wotten Waven Development Committee, the enhancement of the CANA Heritage Site through the Capuchin Community Tourism Association, the development of the Cold Soufriere reception facility, Au Pac Bay and Bat Cave trail through the combined initiatives of the Itassi, Penville and Thibaud Community Tourism Associations, the enhancement of the Chaudiere Pool through the Bense, Anse De Mai, Anse Soldat, Hampstead Community Tourism Committee, the continued success of the Titiwi festival through the Layou Improvement Committee, and the Castle Bruce beach reception facility through the Anse Kouanari Community Tourism Association. Josephine Dublin Prince spoke to Q95 news over the Weekend.
President of the Dominica Community Tourism Association (DCTAI), Mrs. Josephine Dublin Prince
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