Singapore Market Study Findings

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Singapore Market Study Findings<\/h2>

[if 148 not_equal=\”\”]An Overview to Timor-Leste Stakeholder[\/if 148][if 149 not_equal=\”\”] -\u00a0[\/if 149]<\/p>

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[if 143 not_equal=\”\”]Year:<\/strong> 04 February 2022[\/if 143]
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[if 160 not_equal=\”\”]Organisation\/s:<\/strong>USAID’s Tourism For All Project[\/if 160]<\/p>

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Mount Ramelau Eco-Trail Sustainable Management Plan

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Mount Ramelau Eco-Trail Sustainable Management Plan<\/h2>

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USAID’s ‘Tourism For All’ Project is working with the Government of Timor-Leste (GOTL) to diversify its economy, using an inclusive sustainable approach to stimulate eco-friendly community-Nbased tourism in line with the 2017 National Tourism Policy, promoting the country’s valuable natural and cultural assets, while preserving its unique environmental, social and cultural heritage.
Three (of 46) protected areas (PA’s), sites of particular biodiversity, ecological, historical and cultural interest were selected for the development of sustainable management practices as examples for other regions across the nation. They are Ataúro Island, Cristo Rei and Tatamailau (‘Grandfather of All’), commonly referred to as Mt. Ramelau.
Although many PA issues are discussed, the focus of this Sustainable Management Plan (SMP) is the ‘Tourist Eco-Trail’ accessible from Hatu-Builico that leads to the Mt. Ramelau summit, buffer areas on both sides, and associated areas of congregation.
Centrally located in Timor-Leste, Mt. Ramelau is Timor’s highest mountain standing at 2,986 m ASL (9,798 ft.), located 40 km south of the Timor-Leste’s capital Dili. According to the World Database on Protected Areas (WDPA), initial international designation of the Mt. Ramelau Protected Area (PA) occurred in the year 2000, however it took 16 years to be legally recognized under Timor-Leste law.
Management of the Mt. Ramelau PA has not yet operationally reached required international standards for final classification.

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Tour Guiding Training Module

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Tour Guiding Training Module<\/h2>

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This training module is used by USAID’s Tourism For All staff to do capacity building to Association that is aiming to prepare their people to become professional tour guiding. Please inform Tourism for All team in advance before using this module for training.

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OPTIONS DESCRIPTION REPORT

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OPTIONS DESCRIPTION REPORT<\/h2>

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USAID has contracted a Consultancy under its Tourism For All Project to promote Timor-Leste’s tourism sector and preserve the country’s rich cultural heritage and natural
environment. A core element of this program is to support the Government of Timor-Leste
(GOTL) to facilitate private investment partnerships and foster sustainability in the tourism
sector. USAID’s Tourism For All Project follows the National Tourism Policy document, titled
‘Growing Tourism to 2030: Enhancing a National Identity 2017’.
This policy in turn takes on board
the GOTL’s primary national development policy agenda, the ‘Strategic Development Plan 2011-2030’.
The recently prepared Priority Project Action Plan Report outlines five fast-tracked tourism-related initiatives to complement the Cristo Rei Modernization and Management Pilot Project
under USAID’s Tourism For All Project. These projects will improve service delivery in the
tourism sector by creating an ecosystem of small and large investments in businesses in various
activities across intersecting industry value chains. One of the priority projects is the Dili Port
Site Redevelopment and Commercialization initiative, which forms the subject of this report.

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[if 160 not_equal=\”\”]Organisation\/s:<\/strong>USAID’s Tourism For All Project[\/if 160]<\/p>

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ALTERASAUN klimátika NO TURIZMU IHA TIMOR-LESTE

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ALTERASAUN klimátika NO TURIZMU IHA TIMOR-LESTE<\/h2>

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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

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[if 144 not_equal=\”\”]Author<\/strong>: [\/if 144]
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PRIORITY PROJECT ACTION PLANS

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PRIORITY PROJECT ACTION PLANS<\/h2>\n\n[if 148 not_equal=\"\"][\/if 148][if 149 not_equal=\"\"] -\u00a0[\/if 149]\n\n[if 103 not_equal=\"\"]The objective of this Priority Project Action Plans Report is to present a set of time-phased Action Plans to develop as viable transactions. The five (5) designated projects that have been selected . . . are the result of the Project Team’s assessment and screening of the total thirty-six (36) initiatives included in the Master List. The utility of this report is to equip project sponsors (public, private, and donor) with a sound understanding of project viability to develop the Projects from concept to feasibility and, ultimately, to the bid and tender phases of implementation. This project analysis encompasses assessments of potential risks and opportunities, market interest and requirements, and stakeholder responsibilities, as well as additional data gathering and due diligence requirements.
The primary conclusion of the report is that all five (5) Priority Projects are highly economically impactful and, with the support of the government, will likely attract private interest and investment, as well as donor / blended finance participation. Importantly, these initiatives are not unduly large in scope, nor will they pose undue fiscal risk to the GOTL in properly structured. On the contrary, with USAID support, these projects can demonstrate the role of the private sector in improving service delivery and promoting good governance in the economic and tourism sectors.
It is our view that all the project preparation work necessary to attract private investors/bidders can be completed in a relatively short period of time and begin demonstrating visible results in the near future. These Action Plans and subsequent project development models will serve as replicable templates for the consideration of further investment in the Tourism Sector in Timor-Leste which can serve as strategic platforms to generate employment, improve service delivery, and promote sustainable environmental management and conservation practices.
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Taking attractive tourism photographs using your smartphone

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Taking attractive tourism photographs using your smartphone<\/h2>

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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.

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Telling your own story as tourism professional

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Telling your own story as tourism professional<\/h2>

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Hello friends!

Today I am going to talk about my favorite part of sharing content in the Tourism sector which is called “STORY”.

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Improving your tourism business Facebook page

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Improving your tourism business Facebook page<\/h2>

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Hello friends working in the tourism sector in Timor-Leste. Today we are going to share with you five simple tips to   IMPROVE YOUR TOURISM BUSINESS’S FACEBOOK PAGE.

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TIMOR-LESTE TOURISM REBOOT Initiative

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TIMOR-LESTE TOURISM REBOOT Initiative<\/h2>

[if 148 not_equal=\”\”]Proactive Plan For The After-Corona Era[\/if 148][if 149 not_equal=\”\”] -\u00a0[\/if 149]<\/p>

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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.

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[if 143 not_equal=\”\”]Year:<\/strong> 2020[\/if 143]
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[if 160 not_equal=\”\”]Organisation\/s:<\/strong>USAID’s Tourism For All Project[\/if 160]<\/p>

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