Currently, women are under-represented in the tourism sector as with other key developmental sectors in Ghana.
According to United Nations World Tourism Organization, women make up the majority of the tourism workforce in the most region of the world and yet they are concentrated in the lowest paid and the lowest status job in tourism.
The event was to climax the activities and programs of Women in Tourism in the year 2018 and highlight on the activities for the year 2019.
The president of the Women in Tourism group, Nancy Quartey Sam explained that there were many women in the tourism industry who have the passion to move the sector forward.
According to her, those women only needed a push in realizing their potentials and realizing their goals.
She averred that the summit will not only make more women independent but it would heighten the country’s financial status.
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