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Boiphihlelo ba Bahamas ba phetoho ea maemo a leholimo ka ak'haonte ea satellite ea bohahlauli

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Bohahlauli bo tla lula e le e 'ngoe ea litšiea tse kholo tsa nts'etsopele ea moruo le sechaba Bahamas. Indasteri e khanna sehlekehleke ho phahamisa lekala la litšebeletso tsa lichelete, menyetla ea khoebo ea e-commerce hammoho le temo le botšoasi ba litlhapi.

Bohahlauli bo tla lula e le e 'ngoe ea litšiea tse kholo tsa nts'etsopele ea moruo le sechaba Bahamas. Indasteri e khanna sehlekehleke ho phahamisa lekala la litšebeletso tsa lichelete, menyetla ea khoebo ea e-commerce hammoho le temo le botšoasi ba litlhapi. Ka hodimo, ofisi ya bohahlaudi e amohela ho tsebahatswa ha akhaonto ya sathelaete ya bohahlaudi, e fanang ka maemo a tshwanang, a amohetsweng ke matjhabeng a ho arola bohahlaudi bakeng sa moruo wa naha ho ya ka karolo.

Ak'haonte ea sathelaete e nolofalitse moralo oa naha o atlehileng haholoanyane oa ho nts'etsapele bohahlauli mose ho maoatle bakeng sa Bahamas.

Not only an important achievement for the Bahamas, it is also a great tool for advancing its programs. “We were elected into the regional commission of the America’s Committee of Statistics and Tourism Satellite Account permitting us to share our experiences in the global problem which the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) currently focuses on. We face minimal challenges with effect to the economic sustainability of the industry, including increasing oil prices, terrorism, susceptibility to natural disasters, health care and, the increasing concern on climate change and its potential impact,” announced Bahamian Tourism Minister Neko Grant last week.

“Lihlekehleke tse tlaase tse kang lihlekehleke tsa Bahamas le tsona li re tšoenya ka ho khethehileng. Sebaka sa Bahamas se beha lihlekehleke tsa rona kotsing ka lebaka la ho phahama ha metsi a leoatle, "Tona Grant o ile a eketsa.

E le naha e ntseng e tsoela pele ea sehlekehlekeng se senyenyane, letona la Bahamian le re ha ba kenye letsoho haholo ho hlahisa likhase tse futhumatsang lefatše. Leha ho le joalo, o ile a hlalosa hore ba utloa bohloko ka lebaka la mehato ea lefats'e ea carbon le mesi.

E le ho sebetsana le ntlha ena, Bahamas e amohetse mehato e kenyelletsang ho etsa simposiamo ea tlhokomeliso, lithupelo le liforamu mabapi le phetoho ea maemo a leholimo mabapi le phello ea baahi le sechaba sa lichelete; ntshetsopele ya leano la naha mabapi le phetoho ya tlelaemete, le ntshetsopele ya leano la mobu o mokgobong le thibelang tshenyo ya mekgwabo yohle, ha ho ntse ho tsepamisitswe maikutlo hodima ho matlafatsa phethahatso ya melao ya kaho.

Bahamas e ikemiselitse ho latela melaoana ea nts'etsopele ea moshoelella le merero eohle ea bohahlauli sehlekehlekeng e fetang $20 bilione ho nts'etsopele ea metheo ea bohahlauli. "Lihlekehleke tsohle tsa Bahamian li tla tlameha ho latela tlhahlobo e tiileng ea phello ea tikoloho pele li amoheloa. Re tlameha ho batla hore phaello ea phaello ea bo-ramatsete e se ke ea feta tlhoko ea ho phela hammoho ka mokhoa o laolehang le tikoloho ka mokhoa o pharalletseng, "Grant o boletse. Ka lebaka la tikoloho ena ea matsete Bahamas, Grant o hlapantse hore ba tla lula Komiting ea Amerika ea Ntlafatso ea Moshoelella le Bohahlauli eo naha e khethetsoeng ho eona mathoasong a beke ena.

Ho sa le joalo, Sehlekehlekeng sa Out of Exuma, Club Peace & Plenty e bontšitse boitlamo ba eona ba ho tšoarella ka histori e telele ea ho kenya ts'ebetsong ts'ebetsong hotele ea eona le Exuma, ka kakaretso. Ntlo ea baeti e nang le likamore tse 32 e George Town, Exuma e ne e fane ka liphallelo ka makhetlo a mangata ho Komiti ea Temoso ea Lebopo la Bahamas. Peresente e le 'ngoe ea meputso eohle e hlahisitsoeng likhoeling tsa Hlakola le Hlakubele ho Club Peace & Plenty e ne e tšepisitsoe ho Komiti bakeng sa Letšolo la Naha la Temoso ea Lebopo le merero ea tlhokomeliso ea lebopo la Exuma.

Ka hona, ha ho makatse hore ebe Exuma e hapile khau ea American Express Environmental Area ka thuso e kholo ea batho ba bangata Sehlekehlekeng sa Out ho kenyeletsoa basebetsi le beng ba Khotso le Bongata. “Thepa ea rona e ne e kenyellelitse lihitara tsa letsatsi lilemong tse 30 tse fetileng. Re boetse re kentse tsamaiso ea likhoerekhoere lilemong tse 'maloa tse fetileng e re lumellang ho sebelisa metsi a hlahisoang fatše, kahoo re baballe phepelo ea rona ea bohlokoa ea metsi a hloekileng. Re qalile lenaneo la ho sebelisa thaole le line hape lilemo tse 10 tse fetileng. Re boetse re sebelisa mabone a nako e telele a motlakase a sa khahliseng metsi a mangata,” ho boletse mong’a sebaka sa phomolo Barry Benjamin.

Ho feta moo, "Re kenyelletsa mokete oa rona oa beke le beke oa boithabiso mesebetsing ea sechaba ka ho etsa bonnete ba hore re na le litsebi tsa lehae le bo-rakhoebo ba kenyellelitsoeng. Re kenya letsoho Kgweding ya Temoso ya Lebopo e seng feela ka ho thusa ho hlwekisa mabopo, empa hape le ka ho fana ka karolo ya dipoelo tsa rona ho thusa ba bang ho etsa se tshwanang,” a eketsa Benjamin.

Sebaka sa phomolo sa lilemo tse 50 se qalile Exuma Foundation lilemong tse 15 tse fetileng eo ba ikutloang e le e 'ngoe ea mekhatlo e metle ea tšebelisano-'moho ea sechaba Bahamas.

Bahamas le lefapha la bohahlauli ba thoholetsa boiteko bo entsoeng ke Club Peace & Plenty ho khothaletsa bohahlauli bo tsitsitseng.

This was somehow confirmed through Grant’s address on November 28 before the ministerial delegates at the UNWTO seventeenth General Assembly in Cartagena, Colombia. Grant closed, “New and challenging initiatives are required. There’s much at stake. We welcome the UN WTO forum to further meaningful discussions on tourism quality and issues affecting us all.”

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