Faces2Hearts in CABO VERDE: Giving power to local actors to develop sustainable tourism

13 / 11 / 19

The project Raizes in Santo Antão is promoting inclusive tourism, which empowers civil society to help make the island more tourism-friendly and give it more visibility. In this video we will give you a glimpse of three of their numerous intitiatives: the creation of touristic centres, the installation of direction signs on hiking trails, and the benefits of their training course for micro businesses. Hit the road with us through some of Cape Verde’s most impressive landscapes!

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These are Bruno from Cape Verde and Alisha from Belgium. They are both well-travelled due to relatives spread across the world. They both studied abroad and got out of their comfort zone many times, which made them adaptable and easy going. They share passion for the ocean and can’t help dancing when they hear afro or Latino beats. They will take buses, boats and planes to cross seas, hills and volcanoes, to bring back untold stories during the month of October. Finally, they will show you how EU-funded projects, on no less than 5 islands of Cabo Verde, helped improve the quality of life of Cape Verdeans.
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