KATHMANDU, Jan 14: The Women’s Tourism Entrepreneur Forum (WOTEF) has organized a three-day enhancement training for the purpose of developing women’s skill and personality from January 12th to 14th at Hotel Landmark Lakeside.
57 women engaged in different tourism professions were trained by special guest and trainer Mr Dipendra Shrestha on the first day.
The chief guest of the program was Mr. Durga Neupane, official of Pokhara Lekhnath Metropolitan. The program was attended by special guests like Journalist Jamuna Sharma, advisor of Women’s tourism Entrepreneur Forum Deuka Pahari, along with Pampha Pahari and Narmala Kandal.
After the registration of women Tourists Entrepreneur, it has been working to increase its active participation in various sectors of tourism.
President of the forum Jamuna Parajuli, informed that the Tourism Entrepreneur Forum will enhance language training, handicraft, skill-oriented training to women in future along with trainings regarding the preservation of natural heritage.
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