The first Asian Resilience Summit to be held next month
Organised by the Resilience Council, in collaboration with Nepal Tourism Board (NTB), this event will review successful policies in Nepal which prompted stabilisation and development of the travel sector.
The event in Kathmandu on May 31 has been planned to mark the successful resilience efforts demonstrated over the years by Nepal in overcoming the devastating effects of the 2015 earthquakes.
It will act as an opportunity to share the strategies that have enabled the country to recover despite the different financial, political, natural and anthropogenic changes over couple of years.
It is being run jointly with the Global Travel and Tourism Resilience Council, part of Travel Weekly owned by Jacobs Media Group, and the Pacific Asia Travel Association.
Nepal Tourism Board’s CEO Deepak Raj Joshi attributed the country’s recovery to focusing on public-private partnerships.
“Working with the public-private partnership module, Nepal Tourism Board has proven to be a successful and inspiring example for the world,” said Joshi.
“I sincerely hope the NTB will continue to play a leading role, augmenting Nepal’s image at an international level, highlighting the advantages of tourism on a local level and thus accelerating the growth of the tourism sector for the greater benefit of the country.”
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