- The ST-EP Initiative
|31 October 2011||Connecting Local Tourism Products and Services with the Hotel Marina Copán in Copán Ruinas, Honduras|
|30 September 2011||Promoting Sustainable Tourism Development in the Buffer Zone of the W Regional Park in Benin|
|31 August 2011||Market Access of Small and Medium-Sized Rural Tourism Enterprises of Central America|
|22 August 2011||
UNWTO and SNV partner to advance tourism training for the informal sector in developing countries
Capacity building and knowledge transfer are at the center of competitive destinations and sustainable development efforts. A new project, High Impact Tourism Training (HITT), implemented by SNV Netherlands Development Organisation with support from UNWTO, will provide training to 8.000 tourism workers and entrepreneurs from the informal sector in seven developing countries in Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia.
|1 June 2011||Workshop for the Management of Coastal Beaches in Kenya|
|13 May 2011||
UN agencies commit to make tourism work for development
Tourism is one of the top three sources of export earnings for nearly half of the Least Developed Countries (LDCs) and is a priority sector for their further integration in the global economy. The contribution of tourism in advancing development was addressed during a Special Event on Tourism for Sustainable Development and Poverty Reduction organized by the recently created UN Steering Committee on Tourism for Development (SCTD), during a major UN conference on LDCs (Istanbul, Turkey, 10 May 2011).
|1 April 2011||Human Resources and SME Development in Inhambane, Mozambique|
|29 March 2011||
World Tourism Organization and Banesto Foundation collaborate on sustainable tourism projects for poverty elimination in Africa
The Secretary-General of the World Tourism Organization, Taleb Rifai, and the President of the Banesto Foundation, Antonio Basagoiti, today presented the cooperation agreement signed by the two organizations, at UNWTO Headquarters in Madrid.
|1 February 2011||Development of Ecotourism in Kribi, Cameroon|
|1 January 2011||Linkages between Food Producers and Tourism Enterprises in Nicaragua|