A project on strengthening inland tourism in the central province of Quang Nam, funded by the government of Luxembourg, is coming to an end following significant success.
The final workshop of the project was held in the locality on December 10 to evaluate the project’s outcomes and prepare a plan for future activities.
At the event, participants agreed that the project has successfully developed three community-based tourism villages and new approaches linking local handicraft products to appropriate markets.
The three-year project, launched in 2011, also helped reduce poverty by creating sustainable jobs for local people in the project areas.
As a result, the project’s partner, the International Organistion of Labour, proposed further financial support for human resources training, providing training for ethnic people on community-based tourism development and connecting with other localities to promote tourism products.