EcoFarm tourism resiliency in the Philippines is being championed in a weekend mall trade exhibit in Novaliches.
The multi-media theme exhibit titled “Bouncing Back the Economy Forward to Resilient Synergies” scheduled on January 30 and 31, 2021, at the Robinsons Nova Mall is spearheaded by the Urban Green Communes.
The public can now see the EcoFarm Tourism and Trade Exhibit booths about world heritage sites, unique travel destinations, and eco-agri-tourism farms.
The exhibit organizers are highlighting the safe travel goals of the tourism industry and access points to safe markets and travel destinations.
It also hopes to disseminate information on climate change as resilient measures for eco-tourism, proper compliance to health protocols, and product highlights of various specialty products from Eco-agri-tourism farms with special standard price guides.
There will be discussions of Township models compliant to socialized housing policies, integrating resilient livelihood projects, eco-friendly technologies, sanitation standards, and protocol, low and mid-rise green buildings that is being eyed for the replication of farmable land space via the rooftops of vertical housing developments.
The event also aims to raise donations for the Children Prayer Soldiers, Hapag-Asa Foundation, and Bible students Outreach to help victims of Rollysses and other chosen charities.
The group targets the replication of the EcoFarm Tourism and Trade Exhibit in other Trade Halls of various malls in Metro Manila.
The Department of Tourism has been championing farm tourism as a strategy that benefits farmers and fisherfolk.
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