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Dear family of Halt Poverty,

From September 13-17, when you give up to $50 to support distressed employees and students in the hospitality and tourism workforce, Global Giving will match your generosity at 50% for the #LittleByLittle campaign.

Help us spread the word: share this post with your family and friends to let them know that BIG change can come from little acts of kindness! Contribute here: https://goto.gg/44848

Stay safe,

Halt Poverty Team



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Misokatra hatramin'ny 17 Septambra ny fisoratana anarana raha maniry ny hianatra teny anglisy ampiasaina amin'ny sehatry ny fizahantany ianao, na mpianatra na efa matihanina ka manana Niveau A2 amin'ny fampiasana teny anglisy.

MAIMAIM-POANA ity fiofanana ity.

Hita ao anatin'ny fiofanana: ireo fototry ny asan'ny fizahantany, ireo voam-bolan-tsehatra, fizàrana mihaino olona miteny anglisy, ary fizàrana manana fahatokisan-tena amin'ny fandraisam-pitenena amin'ny teny anglisy. Ahitana lesona amin'ny alalan'ny video, fianarana voambolan-tsehatra, vaky teny, tafatafa, sy fitsapam-pahaizana mandritra ny fiofanana. Tsindrio ity rohy ity raha hisoratra anarana sy hanaraka ny fiofanana: http://bit.ly/EnglishforTourismProfessionals Fara-fisoratana anarana: 17 Septambra, 2021 Fiafaran'ny fianarana: 27 Septambra, 2021


Sary sy lahatsoratra: Masoivoho Amerikana




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The COVID-19 pandemic has had a massive social and economic impact. Both developed and developing economies have been hit. And marginalized groups and the most vulnerable have been hit hardest of all. The restart of tourism will help kick start recovery and growth. It is essential that the benefits this will bring are enjoyed widely and fairly.


UNWTO has therefore designated World Tourism Day 2021 as a day to focus on Tourism for Inclusive Growth. This is an opportunity to look beyond tourism statistics and acknowledge that, behind every number, there is a person. UNWTO invites its Member States, as well as non-members, sister UN agencies, businesses and individuals to celebrate tourism’s unique ability to ensure that nobody is left behind as the world begins to open up again and look to the future.


World Tourism Day, celebrated each year on 27 September, is the global observance day fostering awareness of tourism’s social, cultural, political and economic value and the contribution that the sector can make towards reaching the Sustainable Development Goals.


Text and Photo Credit: UNWTO

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