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Pro-Poor tourism strategies in local communities in Uganda: A case study of lake Bunyonyi in Kabale district

Kayizzi Moses
2021 International Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Studies  
The study examined the effectiveness of pro-poor tourism strategies on local communities in Uganda taking a case study of the Lake Bunyonyi tourist area.  ...  Using a descriptive research design, data was collected from a total of 120 community members with the aid of questionnaires. Interviews were also conducted on 10 key informants.  ...  Developing countries now account for a small portion of the international tourism sector (about 30%), but this is changing.  ... 
doi:10.31559/ijhts2021.2.1.5 fatcat:n4m65lp6ubhz7gbvmxe6df3qru

Community based tourism in Lake Tana growth corridor of the Amhara region of Ethiopia: The missing link among stakeholders and implications to tourism industry

Moges Gebreegziabher Woldu, Willem Coetzee
2018 Cogent Social Sciences  
Ethiopia is one of the Sub-Saharan countries experiencing fast growing economy. Ethiopia authorized a structure of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism (MoCT) to manage the tourism industry.  ...  The relevance of the tourism sector was entertained in the strategic pillars of the Growth and Transformation Plans (GTP-2010(GTP- /11-2019.  ...  finally (d) Lake Tana's more than half of its surrounding is accessible by road but not utilized for expansion of the tourism sector in general and community based tourism practice in particular.  ... 
doi:10.1080/23311886.2018.1450335 fatcat:mel5eviqhvfobh3gq3szb2rkdu

Public Sector Initiatives for Aboriginal Small Business Development in Tourism [chapter]

Jeremy Buultjens, Iain Waller, Sasha Graham, Dean Carson
2005 Indigenous Tourism  
No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by means of electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise without the prior written  ...  permission of the publisher.  ...  Each of the public sector initiatives discovered was contacted for information regarding how a prospective Indigenous tourism enterprise could access the programs.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-08-044620-2.50015-8 fatcat:zwzxlwhnfvf53e7qcfl7bn73pi


2021 International Journal of Biology Pharmacy and Allied Sciences  
The pilot research project is used as a device to study the concept, to gain in-depth knowledge of the scope and challenges of agricultural tourism.  ...  Prospects for the future of tourism in India and what the government is doing to promote this tourism in India.  ...  On the way to encourage private sector contribution, the government of India allowed 100% direct investment foreign exchange (FDI) in a number of sectors of the farming sector.  ... 
doi:10.31032/ijbpas/2021/10.12.2053 fatcat:hopu7gfoonfpfid2pn7kdncub4

A bilingual systematic review of South Korean medical tourism: a need to rethink policy and priorities for public health?

Qing Xu, Vidya Purushothaman, Raphael E. Cuomo, Tim K. Mackey
2021 BMC Public Health  
Proponents of medical tourism continue to advocate the government for increased deregulation and investment in the sector.  ...  Background In 2016, the "Act on Support for Overseas Expansion of Healthcare System and Attraction of International Patients" was enacted by the South Korean government in an attempt to accelerate growth  ...  interpretation of the study findings, and read and approved the final manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-021-10642-x pmid:33823817 fatcat:rb7hambeqjhwpnfwyx5pdwxkbe


Denis USHAKOV, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, International College, Bangkok, Thailand, Volodymyr FEDORCHENKO, Nataliіa FEDORCHENKO, Viktoriia RYBACHOK, Mikhail BAZHENOV, Kyiv University of Tourism, Economics and Law, Department of Theory and Practice of Tourism and Hospitality, Kyiv, Ukraine, Kyiv University of Tourism, Economics and Law, Department of Civil Law and Tourism Legislative Regulation, Kyiv, Ukraine, Kyiv University of Tourism, Economics and Law, Department of Civil Law and Tourism Legislative Regulation, Kyiv, Ukraine PE "Ryzhy's Law Bureau", Kyiv, Ukraine, Kyiv University of Tourism, Economics and Law, Department of Civil Law and Tourism Legislative Regulation, Court of Cassation in the Supreme Court, Kyiv, Ukraine
2020 Geo Journal of Tourism and Geosites  
It has also contributed to the formation of rather complex system in global production of tourism services.  ...  Multimodality of the world tourism development stimulates rather asynchronous dynamics of transnationalization in the regions worldwide.  ...  Moreover: -Transnationalization of tourism business started in the middle of the 20th century, thus already then with about a 50-year delay from industrial and agricultural productions.  ... 
doi:10.30892/gtg.31333-556 fatcat:ulp7su5gpzbv7hbokg6su4rs34

No sustainability for tourism without gender equality

Daniela Moreno Alarcón, Stroma Cole
2019 Journal of Sustainable Tourism  
It offers a framework for discussing this contribution and sustainable strategies for sector, during the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development (IY2017) and beyond, by examining the  ...  In this way, the Discussion paper seeks to:  Define the scope of tourism's current and potential contribution to sustainable development;  Stimulate discussion on the factors which affect tourism's ability  ...  Nevertheless, even where tourism expansion appears to follow as a consequence of a growing economy, the sector has been shown to make a 92 With a target of at least 7% per annum for least developed countries  ... 
doi:10.1080/09669582.2019.1588283 fatcat:zlekqg7nmvbh7jhq7bcqyjz3yq

A Study on the Impact of Covid-19 on the Hospitality Sector

Dr. Ch. Kaladhar
2020 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
A combination of monetary, fiscal and financial market measures is needed to help the businesses and people cope with the crisis.  ...  There is an urgent need to take immediate steps to not only contain the spread of the Corona virus but also to address the key pain areas of the industry to minimize the impact of the outbreak on the Indian  ...  Train A More Resilient Workforce In The Tourism And Cultural Sectors Both sectors need to develop creative and inventive employment solutions to ensure the resilience of the workforce after decades of  ... 
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2020.31961 fatcat:yda4lwx2pvc6tjehafmi3uk24u

Teaching the Whitefella—The Role of Cultural Tourism in Opening Remote Indigenous Art Centres to Non-Indigenous Visitors

Chrischona Schmidt
2019 Arts  
Thus, this article argues that art centres can engage meaningfully in cultural tourism and support remote Indigenous communities in the sustainable development of cultural tourism.  ...  Member artists, staff and the board as well as the community see cultural tourism as an opportunity to share their culture by way of teaching visitors about the Luritja language, culture and country.  ...  They have guided the development of cultural tourism in Haasts Bluff/Ikuntji and paved a way for a diversification of the business. Conflicts of Interest: The author has no conflicts of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/arts8040135 fatcat:l3l2uptk5vghplcw3tadzgwy2m

"That's enough patients for everyone!": Local stakeholders' views on attracting patients into Barbados and Guatemala's emerging medical tourism sectors

Jeremy Snyder, Valorie A. Crooks, Rory Johnston, Alejandro Cerón, Ronald Labonte
2016 Globalization and Health  
This analysis explores the perspectives of a range of medical tourism sector stakeholders in two LAC countries, Guatemala and Barbados, which are beginning to develop their medical tourism sectors.  ...  These perspectives provide insights into how beliefs about international patients are shaping the expanding regional interest in medical tourism.  ...  Acknowledgements We are thankful to all those who participated in the interviews. Funding  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12992-016-0203-7 pmid:27717389 pmcid:PMC5055712 fatcat:jtmrvvclq5a6tiiljeq54gxivm

Hotel industry expansion and sustainable development: A case study of Inle Lake, Myanmar

Harald Buijtendijk, Kristina Tschunkert
2016 Research in Hospitality Management  
Acknowledgements -The authors would like to thank Mirthe Boerdijk, Maud Hippmann, Eline Koppens, Lara Potma, Stefan Scheerer, Jan Uelkes, and Timo Wolff for their outstanding work in the field.  ...  culture and context of decision-making processes about hotel industry expansion.  ...  At the top of these lower classes, a consumerist middle class has emerged consisting of tourism sector workers and small entrepreneurs.  ... 
doi:10.2989/rhm.2016. fatcat:k27z6sq6mncfzablgkdkifzpmy


Dr. M. Thanikaivel ., Dr. R. Ramakrishnan .
2019 International Journal of Technical Research & Science  
It tries to share the basic information about the Indian Healthcare industry, job opportunities, cost of medical treatment management in India, Medical tourism in India.  ...  But the implementation and regulations are not upto the mark. This paper is an attempt to give an overview about the Indian Healthcare system.  ...  In fact, about half the households that drop into the lower classes do so because of health expenditures. This data shows that financial ability plays a role in determining healthcare access.  ... 
doi:10.30780/ijtrs.v04.i01.004 fatcat:fb2oaowdqfbalgvbirpggiy45q

Application of The PPP Scheme on The Tourism-Transportation, Case Study : The Concept Of Palopo City Tourism

Zulham Hafid, Amiruddin Akbar Fisu, Windra Priatna Humang, Rakhmawati Natsir
2022 Pena Teknik  
This paper will see how the implementation of the PPP scheme in the tourism sector, especially in the transportation aspect, namely in the concept of Palopo City Tourism, both in development, operation  ...  The tourism potential of Palopo City, especially in urban areas is quite promising with the construction of a culinary center and souvenirs, public space activities, and the development of culinary businesses  ...  This paper will look at how the implementation of the PPP scheme in the tourism sector, especially in the transportation aspect, in which within the concept of Palopo City Tourism.  ... 
doi:10.51557/pt_jiit.v7i1.1119 fatcat:cdkncknfxfatphpfgshkv3n7mu

High Impact Tourism Training (HITT) Programme in Nepal

Jonathan Demenge, Independent Development Consultant, Bibek Shrestha, Nepal Agribusiness Innovation Centre
2018 Journal of International and Comparative Education  
private sector at every stage of the process, from the analysis of the sector and needs, to the design of the training, to the implementation.  ...  Through innovative solutions, the programme aimed to provide vocational training in tourism related activities to workers from the informal sector, women and youths -who usually had limited access to formal  ...  Finally, the TVET policy -2012 prioritized questions of inclusion and access advocated for a substantial expansion of the sector.  ... 
doi:10.14425/jice.2018.7.2.97 fatcat:kyhxiwa7xndr7lwldgqesxxyvm


Ariful Islam, Sazali Abd Wahab
2020 International Journal of Tourism & Hospitality Reviews  
Novelty/Originality of the study: The explorative nature of the investigation has the benefit of accumulating useful and insightful info about heritage tourism issues in Bangladesh comparing to what can  ...  As a result, the present study targets to explore major issues that are critical in the development process of heritage tourism.  ...  In fact, due to the rapid expansion of the globalisation concept, tourism has been playing a contributing role in the global economic outline and become a basic source of foreign revenues for many regions  ... 
doi:10.18510/ijthr.2020.716 fatcat:pswnq4rxpzczlit2l3vqgfkwuu
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