Livro Registo Kontabilidade

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Livro Registo Kontabilidade
Hadia ita nia Negocio Setor Turismo no Ospitalidade |

Hadi’ak Ita-nia Negósiu (HIN) ne’e nu’udar programa treinamentu jestaun ba na’in no jestór sira iha
empreza-ki’ik. Nia sei introdús prinsípiu báziku sira ho relasaun ba jestaun negósiu di’akliu tuir dalan
simples no prátiku. Programa HIN ne’e iha objetivu atu halo negósiu ki’ik sira sai viavel liu, no nune’e
atu kontribui ba kriasaun empregu tan.
HIN ne’e mosu hosi programa ida-ne’ebé dezenvolvidu liuhosi Konfederasaun Empregadór Suésia nian
ba emprezáriu eskala-ki’ik sira iha Suésia. Tuirfali, métodu no matéria hirak-ne’ebé uza mak adapta
liuhosi Organizasaun Traballu Internasionál (ILO) atu responde ba ema ne’ebé hala’o empreza ki’ik
sira-nia nesesidade iha rain iha dezenvolvimentu sira.
Matéria ne’e kompostu hosi manuál ketaketak balu, ida-ida ne’ebé fornese informasaun no ezersísiu
prátiku ho relasaun ba tópiku ida. Manuál hirak-ne’e uza aprosimasaun aprendizajen ativu no sentradu
ba problema ho relasaun ba jestaun negósiu liuhosi, porezemplu, estudu kazu badak no gráfika sira

Organisations: Government of Timor Leste, IADE, ILO

Authors:

The potential for cultural tourism

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The potential for cultural tourism
Bobonaro, Ainaro & Lautem Districts |

There is real potential for the development of cultural tourism in all three Districts
under study. Timor-Leste has a strong, unique traditional cultural heritage with major
influences from Portuguese and Indonesian eras. Local leaders are justly proud of
their cultural heritage and keen to share this with visitors.
Interviewees were unanimous in their belief that cultural tourism will provide
economic benefits for their local communities that far outweigh any potential risks to
traditional culture or environment.
Findings about the impacts of cultural tourism in other similar countries are mixed. It
is however clear that the best outcomes for local communities are achieved through
a holistic approach that takes into account social, cultural, environmental and
economic impacts. A strategic approach is required that includes local communities
in all aspects of planning and implementation and an evaluation framework that
looks at outcomes across all areas of potential impact. A number of models exist that
are applicable to the Timoresecontext. Of most relevance are those models that
consider the perspective of poor people, gender equality and balance tourism activity
with other livelihood activities. For Timor-Leste to have any hope of sustaining its
cultural and natural assets a pragmatic approach to tourism is required, a balance of
direct and indirect contact to culture that will require collaborative planning between
cultural, tourism and environmental ministries.

Organisations: Art e Culture, IADE, ILO

Authors: David Carlos