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Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism

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Ministry of Natural
Resources and Tourism
Wizara ya Maliasili na Utalii  (Swahili)
Ministry overview
Minister responsible
Deputy Minister responsible
Ministry executive

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism is the government ministry of Tanzania that is responsible for the management of natural resources and cultural resources and for the development of the tourism industry. It has a wide range of investments in various tourist resources and tourism industry projects.[1] Ministry offices are located in Dodoma. Dr. Damas Ndumbaru is the new Tourism Minister of Tanzania.[2]

The Ministry's motto is "Tanzania Unforgettable ".


The work of the Ministry is organized into four basic workgroups:

In addition, there are various support and administration divisions within the ministry.

See also


  1. ^ Ministry, Front page redirect contents page: About the Ministry
  2. ^ "New Tanzania Tourism Minister Announced". eTurboNews. Retrieved 10 December 2020.

External links

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