بارتلت از تأسیس چهار مرکز جهانی تاب آوری جهانی و مدیریت بحران خبر می دهد
Tourism Minister, Hon. Edmund Bartlett says four Global Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management Centres (GTRCM) will be opened in Japan, Malta, Nepal and Hong Kong, in an effort to build the resilience of the Asian tourism product.
“Today, the Global Tourism Resilience and Crisis Management Centre took on a new global perspective, when Nepal became the first of four regional Centres to be established over the next eight weeks. The Director of the Nepal Tourist Board, Deepak Raj Joshi and I, have completed an arrangement for the establishment of the first Centre in آسیا,” said Minister Bartlett.
The Minister made this announcement on Friday, while participating in a panel discussion at the inaugural Asian Resilience Summit held in Kathmandu, Nepal on May 30 – 31, 2019.
He went on to share that, “the GTRCM in Kathmandu will become the Centre for the areas covering China and India. The next Centre will be established in Hong Kong and the work is currently going on with the team.”
The GTRCM in Japan will be housed at the Japan International University, which is a private university located in Minamiuonuma city in Niigata Prefecture, Japan.
The first Centre, located at the University of the West Indies, Mona, was launched at the beginning of the year at the Montego Bay Convention Centre, with a number of local and international government leaders and partners, including Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness.
It was first announced during the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Global Conference on Sustainable Tourism in St. James in November 2017, and is tasked with creating, producing and generating toolkits, guidelines and policies to handle the recovery process following a disaster.
“These four new Centres will position the Global Resilience Centre as a true international construct. The University of the West Indies which hosts the primary Centre, will become the coordinating university for these outstanding other universities which are located across the globe slated to host these new Centres,” said Minister Bartlett.
وزیر در سفر خود ، بنا به درخواست اندرو هولنس ، نخست وزیر ، با دبیرکل اسبق UNWTO ، دکتر طالب ریفایی ، در مورد راهکارهای بهبودی برنامه نپال پس از زلزله دیدار خواهد کرد.
Minister Bartlett will later travel to the US Virgin Islands to participate at the Meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Action Network on Post-Disaster Recovery during the period June 3-4, 2019. This Action Network brings together leaders from across sectors to develop new, specific, and measurable plans that advance recovery and promote long-term resiliency across the region.
در این جلسه برنامه های ابتکاری در بخش گردشگری و شیوه های پایدار که شامل شرکت های کوچک و متوسط و منجر به رشد اقتصادی می شود ، بیان خواهد شد.
“Jamaica continues in its thought رهبری in tourism. We also continue to position our country and the Caribbean, as the new reference point for resilience building, particularly for countries that are highly tourism dependent,” said Minister Bartlett.
وزیر با پروفسور لوید والر ، مشاور ارشد / مشاور و خانم آنا-کی نیول ، دستیار اجرایی وی ، در نپال همراه است. پروفسور والر و میس نیول در اول ژوئن 2 به جامائیکا برمی گردند.
با این وجود وزیر ، در 6 ژوئن 2019 به جامائیکا باز خواهد گشت ، زیرا تنها در جلسه شبکه اقدام CGI برای بازیابی پس از فاجعه در جزایر ویرجین ایالات متحده شرکت خواهد کرد.
The Minister received his invitation to visit Nepal from Deepak Raj Joshi, Chief Executive Officer of the Nepal Tourism Board. The Government of Nepal also funded the Minister’s participation in the Asian Resilience Summit.