Indian Ocean Tourism Organization, Arwin Sharma, Zanzibar, Tanzania & Malaysia
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The Indian Ocean Tourism Organization, a non-governmental and non-profit organization, was established to unite and visibly integrate 37 member states and island nations comprising Australia, Bangladesh, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, France, India, Indonesia, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Kenya, Kuwait, Madagascar, Malaysia, Maldives, Mauritius, Mozambique, Myanmar, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Reunion, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles, Singapore, Somalia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania, Thailand, United Arab Emirates, Yemen, and any other countries or island nations within the Indian Ocean, with its headquarters based on the Island of Zanzibar.
Indian Ocean Tourism Organization is part of the Small Islands Developing States (SIDS) Tourism Organizations Group, under the auspices of the United Nations High Representative for the Least Developed Countries, Landlocked Developing Countries, and Small Island Developing States (UN-OHRLLS), and its unique tourism-propositions focus on developing various economic clusters, curating content specifically for its destinations, while simultaneously establishing an unprecedented ecosystem for social entrepreneurs presenting tourism ideas, innovation, and solutions improving the industry, as well as advocating economic, human, and social developments across its Member States & Island Nations.
Rethinking old systems and embracing new ones, the Indian Ocean Tourism Organization retains its own extraordinary intellectual properties, is committed to reinvigorating the economies of its Member States and Island Nations wholly dependent on tourism, curates unique content specifically for its destinations, and simultaneously establishes an unprecedented ecosystem for social entrepreneurs presenting tourism ideas, innovations, and solutions improving the Industry and its accompanying economic-clusters; as well as advocating social and human development across its Member States & Island Nations.
The future of tourism in the Indian Ocean requires a fundamental and profound shift in how tourism should work, Transforming tourism’s impact on nature and people by working alongside local communities, protecting Island Nations from the severity of climate change, and deploying an arsenal of creativity, innovation, and solutions to develop sustainable models that aid economic, environmental, and social impact are just a few of the avant-garde propositions for the Indian Ocean Tourism Organization.
The Indian Ocean Tourism Organization retains ownership and intellectual property (IP) rights, integrating its member states & island nations through avant-garde propositions while accelerating multiple economic clusters across the archipelago and region.