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"The real source of power is not money in the hands of a few, but information in the hands of many." John Naisbitt, Megatrends

The mission of Africa Travel Magazine is to showcase positive ideas, enterprising people and timely events that impact the New Africa. We facilitate travel, trade and tourism to this fascinating, diverse continent and believe that Africa, with its rich history and culture, highly creative, gifted and industious people, has the potential for greatness. We invite you to help make good things happen, with encouraging words and powerful images, plus helpful hints and better living ideas to be published here and in our printed magazines. E mail: africa@dowco.com


Photos: Left (1) Uganda President Museveni at his ranch (2 From left - Kelly McTavish- Mungar, VP ATA Uganda Chapter; Mira Berman. ATA Exec. Dir.; Museveni, Jerry Bird, Editor; Suzan Muhwezi, President ATA Uganda ChapterT

Host Country Day in Uganda (1) 96 year old superstar Elyse White (center) at source of Nile (2) Uganda VP Hon. Gilbert Burkenya (center), ATA President Hon. Patrick Kalifungua (left), Africa Travel Magazine Editor (right). (3) Historic tombs, Kampala.

Team Tanzania increases profile at Outside Travel Expo, Chicago. LARGER EXHIBIT SPACE SHOWCASES TANZANIA: "AUTHENTIC AFRICA - AUTHENTIC ADVENTURE!" Team Tanzania increased its participation and booth space in the 2004 Outside Travel Expo, February 20-22, at the Navy Pier Convention Center, Chicago. Team Tanzania showcased the country's diverse Adventure Travel product in the delegation's multi-booth display at the Navy Pier. (continued)

"South African Story" Campaign Highlights First-Person Accounts In the "Rainbow Nation" In partnership with South African Airways, the campaign, valued at more than a million dollars, is centered around the theme of story telling, and includes print, online and direct mail advertising...all based upon the accounts of the experiences enjoyed during a South African holiday. Each advertisement showcases one of the country's best-known attributes with an equally enticing, yet perhaps lesser-known aspect of the South African experience. (continued)

H.E. Dr. Augusine Mahiga and Tanzania Tourism Delegation honored guests at New York University.. Hosted by Miracle Corners of the World (MCW), New York University School (NYU) of Continuing and Professional Studies, NYU Pineapple Society Student Association and Africa Travel Association .The Tanzania Action Plan, adapted at the Second IIPT African Conference on Peace Through Tourism held in Dar es Salaam, Dec 2-7, 2003 at the Golden Tulip Hotel, was the focus of the special reception at New York University (NYU) Kimmel Center. continued ,,,More NYU PHOTOS

African Fashion Designers are painting the world in a kaleidoscope of bold colors and patterns, and our magazine realizes the outstanding potential for African fashion in the new millennium. Seidnaly Alphadi, (left) whose African- inspired creations are taking Europe by storm, was born in Timbuktu, and is one of today's leading edge fashion designers.

This 'Who's Who," section is being prepared in advance for Africa Travel Association's 30th Jubilee Edition in 2005. To submit a profile, please fax 1-604-681-6595, E-mail africa@dowco.com

Hon. Zakia Hamdani Meghji, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Hon. Yusuf Abdullahi Sukkar, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Roger Kacou, Inter-Continental Hotels

Gaynelle Henderson-Bailey, Washington, DC

Muguette M. Goufrani, Vancouver, Canada

Nomvimbi Meriwether, South Africa and USA

Helen C. Broadus, Washington, DC, USA

Dave Gibson, Chemonics International, USA

Beatrice Grandcolas, Cote d'Ivoire

Elyse White, Harlem, New York

Marlene Melton, New York City

David J. Saunders, Washington, DC

Georgina Lorencz, Minneapolis, Mn

Eddie Bergman, New York University, New York

Hani A.Z. Yamani, Air Harbour Technologies

Benachir Akli, Casablanca, Morocco

Jerry W. Bird, Vancouver, Canada

H.E. Levy P. Mwanawasa, President of the Republic of Zambia

Newsmakers: Alphadi / Ankumah / Bird / Berman / Broadus / D'Amore/ Dauffenbach / Dorsett / Dunn / Eilets / Fabiyi / Goufrani / Gizo / Gordon / Haury / Hayes / Henderson- Bailey / Hoffman / Kacou / Kileo / Kisoni / Ludovic / Melloni / Melton/ Posell / Rossi / Salloum / Saunders / Sy / Rawlings / Sukkar / Tafesse

Tanzania Tourist Board at IATOS Outside Travel Show, Chicago,

Many more profile links to come on this site. We welcome submissions, recommendations for interviews, reviews and referrals.

About ATA

With the Africa Travel Association's 30th Jubilee Congress in Nairoibi, May 2005, the excitement is mounting as our magazine's editors and New York office staff present a landmark souvenir capsule of ATA's progress. The above profiles are animportant step in that direction, as the association's great strength is the caliber of people in its chapters and on its Board of Directors.

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