Sustainable Tourism Fund

Grant 2016 – Community Tourism Partnership Projects, Ta Phin and Lao Chai, Sapa, Vietnam

admin : September 23, 2016 4:15 am : Projects, Sustainable Tourism Fund
ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+PinterestemailThe PATA Foundation has supported a Community Tourism Training Project in the remote communities of Taphin and Lao Chai near Sapa in Northern Vietnam since 2009.  The recent fund has allowed the project to continue its work in Lao Chai focused on an exit strategy underpinned by a programme of activities that will foster critical « more »
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Grant 2016 – Sustainable Tourism in Yongding’s World Heritage Site: Capacity, Personal Value and Social Capital as the Mechanism, Yongding County, Fujian Province, China

admin : January 14, 2016 5:15 am : Cultural & Heritage Conservation Fund, Projects, Sustainable Tourism Fund
ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+PinterestemailThis project seeks to explore sustainable development of world heritage site in Yongding, China, in an effort of greater understanding of the community value systems and traditions upon which both the preservation of cultural heritage and tourism success in this community.  The project proposes to develop the sustainability of Yongding Tulou by investigating residents’ perception « more »
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Grant 2012 – Community Tourism Partnership Projects, Ta Phin and Lao Chai, Sapa, Vietnam

admin : April 8, 2013 9:19 am : Projects, Sustainable Tourism Fund
ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+PinterestemailThis year the PATA Foundation is moving into its third year of support for te Vietnam Community Partnership Project in the Sapa region of Northern Vietnam. The aim of the project is to develop sustainable tourism and help retain the unique culture of the minority people in the village of Ta Phin and Lao Chai. « more »
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Grant 2010 – Community Tourism Training Exchange Project, Sapa, Vietnam

admin : April 9, 2010 9:53 am : Projects, Sustainable Tourism Fund
ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+PinterestemailThis project builds from the previous successful community based tourism training project completed in the village of Ta Phin and Ta Van in Sapa, Vietnam which has enabled the community to manage the impact of tourist visitation that was imminent related to the increased appeal of the Sapa region for nature and cultural tourism.  The « more »
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Grant 2010 – New directions for the nusantara weavers’ network, Bali and Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia

admin : April 8, 2010 9:56 am : Projects, Sustainable Tourism Fund
ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedinGoogle+PinterestemailThe project, led by the Yayasan Pecinta Budaya Bebali (YPBB), is to help the weavers’ communities understand the nature of the available resources and to develop management plans that helps preserve the forests and raise their incomes. The YPBB also works to promote the communities’ cultural integrity.   The funds needed are for the internal « more »
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