Meet Us on the Abraham Path
Date: 27 Jan, 2022
Artisans in Palestine rely heavily on tourism – visitors purchase handmade goods as souvenirs and gifts, and each sale contributes to the artisan’s monthly income. With limited tourists as a result of the pandemic, how are creators and artisans surviving? Suzan and Salam Sahori of Bethlehem Fair Trade Artisans (BFTA) will showcase the work of BFTA’s artisans, describe the financial and social impacts of COVID-19 on the community, and what 2022 may hold.
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“One of the best new trails in the world in 2017.” Wanderlust Magazine.
“The message that Sinai is not a war-torn province but a destination with stunning natural beauty and rich culture can be difficult to broadcast over the clamor of conflict, but it’s slowly making a difference.” AramcoWorld, May-June 2018.
The Abraham Path was selected as one of the best 10 new walking trails in the world by National Geographic in April, 2019.