The Charitable Travel Fund are working with a well-organised and managed Morocco-based NGO to provide aid to those living in rural communities in the High Atlas Mountains in the wake of the 6.8 magnitude earthquake. Funds will be channelled into immediate relief and later restoring the tourism industry in the region, providing direct financial aid, and promoting the destination as a safe tourist destination.
The Charitable Travel Fund are supporting an initiative developed with The National Tourism Organization of Ukraine, initially focused on Odessa, that enables heritage, arts and cultural attractions in this great and historic city to welcome groups from the ninety thousand domestic Ukrainian refugees displaced due to the Russian invasion.
The Charitable Travel Fund are working with a local partner, Sanjaya of Antiquity SL, to establish a hardship fund and to identified Jeep tour guides and drivers experiencing hardship due to a slow recovery of tourism post-covid and during the cost-of-living crisis. This hardship fund will help them outlast the absence of tourists
The Charitable Travel Fund supported a caring initiative operated by three inspirational hotel leaders in Siem Reap, Cambodia. Due to the COVID-19 worldwide pandemic Cambodia has faced a drastic and immediate economic crisis caused by an overnight 99% decline in international tourism.
The Charitable Travel Fund supported the United Purpose AFFA Women and Girls For the Future group and twenty-two other women’s groups of market gardeners in Guinea, West Africa, to protect and rebuild their livelihoods following Covid-19 and diversify their customer base, which includes tourism hotels and resorts currently impacted by the pandemic.