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TCF was established to promote the growth of value-added Tourism Consultancy practice  by promoting excellence and best practice in tourism related consultancy services through innovative training, networking opportunities and collaboration with key tourism stakeholders. All members of the association are required to be guided by the association core values of Professionalism; Integrity; Innovation and Excellence –PIIE

To find out more, visit: https://touristryconsultantsforum.org/
ANJET was established over 22 years ago, as an affiliate of the parent international association-federation international des journalists et ecrivians du tourism (FIJET), which is in harmony with the constitutive charter of UNESCO where it proposes, to contribute to the safeguarding of peace and security by‎ increasing cooperation among nations with the help of educating, science and culture etc. Members of ANJET are professional journalist with years of experience in the industry. We have 20 members representing different print and electronic media houses in Nigeria including DSTV. Also a member of FTAN.

Mission statement: to criticize as the case maybe, promote, entertain, educate and engage in agenda setting to put the drivers of the industry on the right track, on developing the tourism industry to it desire potentialities through publication of activities of the tourism and its allied sectors, players in the tourism industry etc.
Part of the role of ANJET is writing on topical issues that will grow the sector and criticizing individual, group, public and private stakeholder(s) who is dragging the image of the industry into mould. They are men and women conducting objective activities in the field of journalistic information and or constructive criticism, their production done on their own responsibility and with their signature-meaning encouragement for tourism. The activities must manifest itself in regular participation in a written (newspapers, publications and books), oral (radio and lectures) visual (TV, film, cinema and photography) form of expression.
The association has been in existence for the past 40years. The member started as vendors with National Commission for Museum and Monuments. In 2001 the street rescuers of our associations and the vendors to the commission came together to form ARAN. In 2002 ARAN got recognized by NCMM and was fully registered with CAC as an NGO.
With its membership spread across the 7 geopolitical zones of Nigeria, its mission is to rescue, preserve and promote our cultural patrimonies.
Aims and Objectives.
  • To protect our artefacts and promote our cultural heritages.
  • To liaise with relevant government agencies to locate monitor and rescue monuments, works of Arts “in situ”
  • To collaborate with relevant government agencies to checkmate the excesses of antique vandals and poachers of Nigeria origin
  • To sensitize the general public on the socio cultural potentials of our customs, works of arts on a growing economy like ours.
To prohibit the sales of our cultural artefacts to unauthorised persons, institution worldwide.




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5, Lord Lugard Street
Behind Total Filling Station,
Asokoro, Abuja.