In a bid to narrow the Tourism sector’s disparity gap in the Eastern Province, Australian Aid, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), is investing over Australian Dollars 15 million for the implementation of Stage I of the S4IG project, which addresses many issues faced by the SME sector involved in tourism.
Australian initiated S4IG project promotes tourism in East
The new Tourism Skills Strategy and Action Plan 2020-2023 (SSAP 2) for the Batticaloa district was launched recently at the auditorium of Batticaloa District Secretariat under the patronage of Government Agent Kalamathy Pathmarajah. Here, the first copy of the Action Plan is presented to the Government Agent. S. Raguramamurthy, Senior Manager, District Hub – S4IG and Marina Umesh, District Manager – S4IG are present. https://www.dailynews.lk/2020/07/22/local/223950/tourism-boost
The new ‘Tourism Skills Strategy and Action Plan 2020 – 2023’ (SSAP 2) for the Batticaloa District was launched last week at the District Secretariat Auditorium, under the patronage of Batticaloa Government Agent, Kalamathy Pathmarajah. Additional Government Agent, S. Srikanth and other key training providers and tourism-related stakeholders also participated in the event. https://ceylontoday.lk/news/batti-tourism-industry-launches-action-plan