The construction of vocational education and training in hospitality for poverty alleviation in Sumba
This study focuses on hospitality education and poverty alleviation. Based on a case study of The Sumba Hospitality Foundation (SHF), this study aims to analyze the uniqueness of the hospitality education system. This study indicates that the Sumba Hospitality Foundation (SHF) construction of vocational education and training in hospitality can meet Local and Global Linkages to alleviate poverty. The students' education in SHF and during their internship in five-star hotels will empower them to develop their personalities as native Sumbanese and their professionalism in the hospitality and tourism industry.
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