A woman in Phuket, Thailand, receives a Life Bag containing enough basic food items to feed a family of four for four days, distributed by One Phuket, an alliance of small tourism businesses.
A woman in Phuket, Thailand, receives a Life Bag containing enough basic food items to feed a family of four for four days, distributed by One Phuket, an alliance of small tourism businesses.

Taking care of ‘family’: how small tourism businesses in Bali, Phuket and Nepal are lending a helping hand amid the Covid-19 pandemic, from paying medical bills to distributing food

  • A sherpa’s big plans to revive tourism in his Nepalese hometown stalled amid the pandemic, but he’s created paid work for neighbours and funded medical care
  • In Bali, a hotelier couple kept staff on the payroll despite their resort’s closure, while in Phuket businesses joined forces to distribute food to the needy

A woman in Phuket, Thailand, receives a Life Bag containing enough basic food items to feed a family of four for four days, distributed by One Phuket, an alliance of small tourism businesses.
A woman in Phuket, Thailand, receives a Life Bag containing enough basic food items to feed a family of four for four days, distributed by One Phuket, an alliance of small tourism businesses.
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