The UNWTO Sustainable Tourism - Eliminating Poverty  Initiative (ST-EP) promotes poverty alleviation through the provision of assistance to sustainable development projects. The initiative focuses on enhancing the Organization’s longstanding work to encourage sustainable tourism – social, economic and ecological – with activities that specifically alleviate poverty, deliver development and create jobs for people living on less than a dollar a day.

 

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27 Feb 18
Human Resource Development and SME Development in Inhamabane, Mozambique
Over the course of a decade and within the framework of the ST-EP Initiative, UNWTO implemented various project activities in Inhambane, Mozambique, aimed at enhancing the local economic...
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26 Feb 18
Two ST-EP Projects Successfully Completed in Timor-Leste
Two projects within the framework of the ST-EP initiative were implemented in Timor-Leste over the course of the past five years, and have now been successfully completed. The projects could be...
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17 Oct 17
Kisiizi Falls Tourism Project in Uganda Successfully Completed
Within the framework of ST-EP (Sustainable Tourism – Eliminating Poverty), UNWTO provided support to the Ministry of Tourism of Uganda in the implementation of the Kisiizi Falls tourism project. The...
Press Release
27 Sep 17
World Tourism Day 2017 addresses the power of sustainable tourism for development
To advocate the potential of sustainable tourism as a tool for development. This is one of the goals of the World Tourism Day celebrations that are being conducted throughout the world. The Official...
News
07 Jul 17
ST-EP Project on Ecotourism Promotion in Northern Cambodia Completed Successfully
UNWTO recently completed activities of a ST-EP project on community-based ecotourism  in Preah Rumkel and Borey Osvay, two villages in northern Cambodia along the Mekong River. The project was...