From 1960, Cameroon takes its destiny in hand. This empowerment is manifested by its openness to the outside world. An opening that manifests itself in a multiple membership of international organizations. It was in this wake that in 1975 he knocked on the doors of the World Tourism Organization. Through this initiative, it materializes the subsequent interest in the tourism sector. Between 1975 and 2010, there is a dynamic cooperation between these two entities. Cooperation in the field of tourism, which is illustrated by the progressive development of the potentialities that the Cameroonian territory abounds. And, in 2010, the O.M.T., in view of the dynamism of tourist activity, consolidates the consideration of "Africa in miniature" conferred on Cameroon, making it a world tourist destination. This consecration suggests an interaction and a juxtaposition of facts, elements and actors arranged in an invigorating process.


Maurel Sosthène ONOMO ETABA is a pure product of the Department of History of the Faculty of Arts, Letters and Human Sciences of the University of Yaounde I (Cameroon), where he studied History of International Relations. He is more interested in issues relating to multilateral cooperation; all that justifies the present book which evaluates, scientifically and rigorously, the stay of Cameroon within the World Organization of Tourism

Details of the book

Title : Cameroun et Organisation Mondiale du Tourisme de 1975 à 2010 : Naissance d’une destination touristique mondiale au cœur de l’Afrique
Authorrs : ONOMO ETABA Maurel Sosthène
Editor : Editions Cheikh Anta Diop
Collection : Collection Dynamiques Territoriales et Développement
ISBN-13 : 978-9956-657-28-X
ISBN-10 :
Language : French
Number of pages : 270
Size : 23,5 X 32,7 cm
Date of publication : May 07, 2018
Price : Africa : 13 400 / 20.60 € - Out of Africa : 19 680 / 30 €
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