Livelihood rehabilitation program began for tourism staff

Livelihood rehabilitation program started for tourism workers


August 27, Kathmandu. The implementation of the Sustainable Tourism Project for the Revival of Livelihoods of the Nepal Tourism Board and the United Nations Development Program has begun. The program started in entrance of the doorway of Tribhuvan International Airport on Sunday.

The program has been launched in coordination with Kathmandu Metropolitan Corporation as per settlement between Hotel Association of Nepal and Nepal Tourism Board for implementation of program focused at staff who’ve misplaced their jobs in resort business. Binayak Shah, First Vice President of Hotel Association inaugurated this system.

Speaking on the event, First Vice President Shah lauded this system and stated that it’s going to present some aid to the affected staff a decade forward and in addition assist Kathmandu Metropolitan City by cleansing and greening vacationer locations, monasteries and roads in Kathmandu Valley . .

He additionally identified that this system has 5,000 labor days and the plan is {that a} employee can work for a most of 40 days.

Speaking on the event, Ram Rai, Ward Member of Kathmandu Metropolitan City Ward 9 expressed confidence that the ward would offer all potential help. Senior managers of Nepal Tourism Board Sunil Sharma and Vamshi Bhattarai spoke on behalf of the commerce union.


Source: OnlineKhabar

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