2021, Education ALTERASAUN klimátika NO TURIZMU IHA TIMOR-LESTE |

KONTEUDU

Alterasaun klimatika baziku-USAID

1.Saida maka alterasaun klimatika

2.Diferensia entre tempu ho klima?

3.Saida mak gas estufa?

4.Efeitu husi estufa (greenhouse gas) no oinsa ida-ne’e akontese?

  • Alterasaun klimátika no Turizmu
  • Alterasaun klimátika iha Timor-Leste
  • Adaptasaun no Migitasaun
  • Impaktu prinsipal husi alterasaun klimátika?
  • Iha dalan rua hodi rezolve alterasaun klimátika? Oinsa nia diferente?
  • Pratika Internasional
  • Estudu kazu kona-ba alterasaun klimátika

–Caimeo Beach Resort

–Konsensializasaun kona-ba alterasaun klimátika iha Illa Atauro

–Kalamidade alterasaun klimátika 2021

–Konkluzaun no rekomendasaun sira

Organisations: USAID’s Tourism For All Project Authors:

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Taking attractive tourism photographs using your smartphone
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Hello friends working in the tourism sector. Today we are going to share with you some simple tips on how to take attractive tourism photographs with your smartphones. As young people who are passionate about working in the tourism sector, we will present seven photography tips that are really important for us to apply to promote our tourism businesses.

Organisations: USAID’s Tourism For All Project

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2021, Report
ATAÚRO ISLAND: Sustainable Management Plan
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Ataúro Island is Timor-Leste’s largest island and has been recognized by the Government of Timor- Leste (GoTL) as a critical area for marine and terrestrial biodiversity. The island hosts a population of more than 11,000 people, distributed across five villages (suco), with livelihoods dominated by a reliance on natural resources and ecosystem services (for agriculture, raising livestock and fishing). In 2019, in response to an increasing number of tourists drawn to visit the island for its stunning landscape and exceptional natural beauty, an “Ataúro Island Sustainable Tourism Strategy” was produced with support from the USAID Tourism For All Project. To complement this tourism strategy, the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries (MAF) identified the need for a Sustainable Management Plan (SMP) for the area, to support and guide the sustainable development of the island, and the communities that depend upon its resources, over the coming five years (2021-2025).

2021, Report
ILLA ATAÚRO: Planu Jestaun Sustentável
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Illa Ataúro mak Timor-Leste nia illa ne’ebé boot liu no rekoñese ona husi Governu Timor-Leste (GoTL) nu’udar área krítiku ba biodiversidade tasi no terestre. Illa ne’e nia populasaun hamutuk liu 11,000, destribuidu iha suku lima, ho sira nia atividade moris loro-loron domina husi dependensia ba rekursu naturál no servisu ekosistema sira (ba agrikultura, hakiak animál no kail ikan). Iha 2019, responde ba númeru turista ne’ebé aumenta hakarak vijita illa ne’e tanba ninia paizajen ne’ebé furak no nia natureja úniku ne’ebé furak, prodús ona “Estratéjia Turizmu Sustentável Illa Ataúro” ida ho apoiu husi USAID’s Tourism For All Project. Atu kompleta estratéjia turizmu ida ne’e, Ministériu Agrikultura no Peskas (MAP) identifika ona nesesidade atu iha Planu Jestaun Sustentál (PJS) ida ba área ne’e, hodi apoiu no guia dezenvolvimentu sustentável illa ne’e, no komunidade sira ne’ebé depende ba iha illa ne’e nia rekursu sira, iha tinan lima oin mai (2021-2025).

2019, Film
Sa’e Bua – Betel Nut Festival in Atauro
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Every year in the month of July, people from five villages on the island of Atauro gather for a one-day betel nut harvest festival. At the heart of the event is a traditional ceremony to reaffirm peaceful relations between communities. The betel nut harvesters are extremely skilled: the areca palms are very tall and sway perilously in the wind. Once the crop has been brought down, the crowd samples the nuts and celebrates late into the night. Tourists are welcome.

Organisations: USAID’s Tourism For All Project

Authors: USAID’s Tourism For All Project/Ann Turner


2020, Report
Ataúro Island Sustainable Tourism Strategy – 2030
A shared vision to grow an inclusive tourism industry while protecting the island’s natural and cultural resources |

PURPOSE OF THE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT ACTION PLAN
The purpose of the Sustainable Tourism Strategy is to define, through a consensus- oriented process, a road map for enhancing the competitiveness of Ataúro Island’s tourism industry that will ensure the sustainability of the island’s cultural and natural assets. The intent of the plan is to maximize and spread the benefits of tourism development throughout the island and to local communities.

Organisations: USAID’s Tourism For All Project

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2020, Report
TIMOR-LESTE TOURISM REBOOT Initiative
Proactive Plan For The After-Corona Era |

This concept paper presents a strategic crisis-action plan for Timor-Leste’s tourism sector to counter the impacts of COVID-19 and prepared for a new era in travel. It is presented in five sections, including: the pandemic crisis and its impact on international tourism; best practice examples of how destinations across the globe are managing the dynamics of the crisis and planning for a new era of travel; anecdotal stories of how the current State of Emergency instigated by the health crisis is affecting tourism stakeholders in Timor-Leste and a summary of a COVID-19 Tourism Impact Survey conducted by the USAID’s Tourism For All Project; a recommended Timor-Leste Tourism Reboot Initiative (TLTRI); and an outline of assistance that USAID’s Tourism For All Project will provide to help navigate the uncertain times is provided.

Organisations: USAID’s Tourism For All Project

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