Thailand’s TAT Looks at “CSR Tourism”

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The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has teamed with nine business partners to give 10 small communities a boost through a “corporate social responsibility (CSR) tourism-outing initiative” that aims to generate annual income of Bt1 million for each community in 2017.

The “Village to the World” project empowers local people to strengthen their communities; creates innovative tourism programmes to suit the potential and identity of each community; and increases marketing opportunities for communities so they may generate revenue from tourism on a sustainable basis, said Yuthasak Supasorn, governor of TAT.

The project — or something similar — was launched in 2016 as “Meet in the Village # Best CSR Outing Ever”.

Full story at The Nation.

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