• Enviromental Effects of Tourism in Kenya
    Research 23:19–31. TED Case Study of Kenya (Undated). ‘Kenya tourism and elephants (Kenya case). http://www.american.edu/ projects/mandala/TED/KENYA.HTM UNEP (2001). ‘Environmental impacts of tourism.’ http:// www.unepie.org/pc/tourism/sust-tourism/environment.htm. Weaver, D. (1999). ‘Magnitude of...
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  • ‘Choose a Destination (It Can Be Anything from a Single Resort, to an Entire Country), Describe the Economic, Cultural and Environmental Impacts Caused by Tourist Development There and Judge the Extent to Which the
    regulating such tourist behaviour, has left these ‘pull factors’ vulnerable to major environmental issues. Clark (1995) cites that ‘economic development and environmental protection are not compatible’, and for this reason Kenya has experienced widespread negative environmental impacts through the...
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  • Empowerment of Local Communities for Sustainable Tourism
    environmental and social impacts. Thus researchers have emphasized the significance of stakeholder collaboration and participation in the decision making process and their involvement in each stage of tourism management to achieve long lasting sustainability (Teo 2002, Garrod 2003, Azman 1999). According...
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  • Impacts of Cross List on Financial Performance in Firms in Kenya
    ROLE OF THE MINISTRY OF TOURIMS IN MANAGING TOURISM GROWTH: THE CASE OF MOMBASA CITY, KENYA. BY IVAYO SIBIA NAFULA RESEARCH STUDY SUBMITTED TO MOI UNIVERSITY TOURISM DEPARTMENT IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR THE AWARD OF DEGREE IN TOURISM AND TRAVEL MANAGEMENT...
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  • Distribution Channel
    DECLARATION i TABLE OF CONTENTS ii CHAPTER ONE: 1 INTRODUCTION 1 1.1 Background of the Study 1 1.1.1 Distribution Channels in the Tourism Industry 2 1.1.2 Tourism Sector in Kenya 3 1.2 Statement of the Problem 5 1.3 Objectives of the Study 6 1.4 Research...
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    W. 1994. Frameworks for assessing tourism’s environmental impacts. In. Travel, Tourism and Hospitality Research, second edition (J.R. Brent Ritchie and Charles R. Goeldner (eds). New York: John Wiley and Sons Inc. World Travel and Tourism Council. 1993. Measuring the size of the global travel and...
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  • Our Kenyan System as Seen by the Government
    Science School of Environmental studies Faculty of Environmental studies a) Research Division b) Conservation Division Moi University Kenyatta University Kenya Wildlife Service Kenya Forestry Research Institute Office of the Director Forest Department Office of the Chief Conservator of...
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  • The History and Structure of the Travel and Tourism Sector
    ://www.turisme2015bcn.cat/files/793174arxiuCAT/STRATEGIC%20PLAN%20EXECUTIVE%20SUMMARY.%20FEBRER%202010.pdf Environmental In order to balance the needs of tourists whilst conserving the environment, the government have introduced sustainable projects to manage the environmentally negative impacts of tourism...
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  • Khawar
    How Organizational Culture influence company effectiveness - A case study of R Company * Impact of Tourism and Hospitality in the Lives of Local Communities Research Proposal * A Research Proposal on Barriers to Transfer of Learning in the Workplace * THE DEVELOPMENT OF...
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  • Kenya Sti Policy
     dynamically and respond to national  needs.  Kenya  has  made  successes  in  various  fields  of  research,  particularly  in  medical  and  agricultural research. However, the achievements have been based on isolated efforts  leading to limited socio‐economic impact. The focused implementation of this...
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  • Business Strategy
    tea plantations; Page 15 • Snow pack augmentation on Mt. Kenya research – This programme component is expected to increase glaciers over the mountain to ensure perennial flow of streams from the catchments; • Enhancement of air quality measurement for environmental impact assessment and...
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  • Essay and Term Papers
    , livestock, tourism, and urbanization. | Regional Development Authorities (RDAs) Regional Development Authorities (RDAs) in Kenya have been developed and established by their various ‘acts of parliament’ over the years based on river basins and large water masses. The aim was to reverse and...
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  • National Museums of Kenya Strategic Plan 2009-2014
    Critical Strategic Issues Organizational Strategic Orientation and Positioning Sector Working Groups Research, Innovation and Technology Sector Tourism Sector Alignment and Contribution to the National Level Sectors National Museums of Kenya Strategic Direction Strategic Vision Mission Statement...
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  • East African Community Common Market
    Environmental Regulations and Environmental Impact Assessment. • Memorandum of Understanding on Co-operation on Environment Management, signed on 22 October 1998. Tourism • Completion of the first phase of the Study on the Development of Regional Tourism in East Africa • Establishment of...
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  • Island in Distress: Can Lamu Sustain It's Tourism Industry?
    ISLAND IN DISTRESS: CAN LAMU SUSTAIN ITS TOURISM INDUSTRY? Abstract Lamu Old Town has been in existence for nearly 1000 years, and is the oldest living town in Kenya. It was inscribed into the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2001, but eight years later, it still has no management or development...
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  • IS-IT strategy
    COUNCIL Travel &Tourism Economic Impact 2012 report [Online] Available from “https://www.google.co.tz/?gws_rd=cr&ei=q723UoWHMoeW0QXRhYGIAQ#q=tourist+arrivals+in+tanzania+2012”[20/12/2013] Annex I- Proposal Draft of IS/IT strategy for NCAA The current situation at NCAA has identified the gap that...
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  • Environmental
    Naivasha is one of the Ramsar sites being a wetland of international importance with a rich biodiversity and having the largest number of water bird species of any wetland areas in Kenya, including some endangered species, and supports tourism and research activities. Wetlands are amongst the...
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  • Socio-Cultural Impacts of Tourism Development to the Residents of Kilifi Township
    like to acknowledge the following for their valuable contribution in making my research a success: The Hospitality and Tourism department, the 2007 class, Silas Mutugi, Jacob Muriithi and above all the almighty God. 4 Abstract Impacts arise when tourism brings changes in value systems...
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  • Kisumu Investment Opportunities
    launch long-term (10 years) field experiments and demonstration and pilot 215 CICERO. Center for International Climate and Environmental Research, Oslo. April 2007. . 216 WorldAgroforestry Centre. “Testing the Clean Development Mechanism in Western Kenya.” Agroforestry in Action. 2003. . 217...
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  • The Effects of Conflict Management on Employee’s Performance
    Impact of Tourism in Mombasa city, Kenya: (A survey of the tourism industry in Mombasa town, Kenya). Ng’ang’a Nancy Wangari A research project submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the award of bachelor degree in Arts of the...
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