Tribal leaders from Barangay Aribungos, Brookes’ Point recently participated in a capacity building training to help them tap into the tourism potentials of Sabsaban Falls.

The training was attended by around 30 IP residents on December 7 and facilitated by Be Frontliners Improving Tourism (Be FIT).

“They already have the traditional knowledge on tourism destination management, so our goal was to enrich that through giving them lectures and workshops on sustainable tourism, forest conservation, and waste management,” project coordinator Keith Anthony Fabro said.

The Be FIT Brooke’s Point is organized as part of the Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative’s (YSEALI) YOUnified, where members from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries give back to their communities through volunteerism to celebrate the initiative’s anniversary during the first week of December.

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