• Impacts of Cross List on Financial Performance in Firms in Kenya
    ministry in managing the growth of the tourism industry in Kenya. It specifically sought to determine the growth of the tourism industry in Kenya, establish the factors affecting the factors affecting the growth of the tourism industry in Kenya and evaluate the challenges facing the ministry of tourism in...
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  • Growth and Development in Kenya
    Living. Disproportinate development across the political, economic and social spectrum is a factor limiting Kenya from development. Foreign Investment: Kenya has been the beneficiary of political stiability and economic prosperity. On a global scale, kenya has not managed to capitalize on possible...
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  • Ecotourism Notes
    , holiday pay and long service leave. * Media – promoting travel destinations. Programs such as ‘Great Outdoors’ and ‘Getaway’ Political Factors Affecting Ecotourism * Tourism is a major source of foreign exchange for many countries. without Governments people won’t travel * Money...
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  • Development and Social Change
    social change. These strategies are mostly based on economic issue, political issue, and social issues those which are affecting the development and growth of our country. These strategies are aiming at transforming Kenya into a newly industrialized middle income country providing a high quality...
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  • THE POTENTIAL OF FARM STAYS DEVELOPMENT IN KENYA
    . In this study local resident's perceptions of rural tourism in Kenya were analyzed and it was established whether or not economic dependence is an important and influential factor affecting residents' attitudes toward rural tourism in Kenya, a factor found in past studies conducted in other...
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  • Sustainable Turism in Differnt Countries
    environmentally conscious, and by using the least possible amount of non-renewable resources Sustainable Tourism, it will have the following characteristics: * minimizes negative economic, environmental, and social impacts * generates greater economic benefits for local people and enhances the well...
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  • Kenya Vision 2030
    ENYAKenya Vision 2030 REPUBLIC OF KENYA July - August, 2007 This publication is a summary of Kenya’s new long-term national planning strategy, officially known as Kenya Vision 2030. The publication briefly states the main goals of the Economic, Social and Political pillars that underpin...
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  • Econimic
    CONTENTS Page Executive Summary 2 Kenya – a general overview 4 Recent Economic Performance 6 Political and Social System 8 Regional Integration 10 Globalisation 11 Recommendation and Conclusion 13 References 15...
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  • The Effects of Conflict Management on Employee’s Performance
    , social, cultural, health and environmental sides. 1.3 RESEARCH QUESTIONS This research targeted one of the three cities in Kenya, Mombasa that has become dependent on tourism as an economic activity and a region that has been seemingly economically overinvested. The research seeks to...
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  • Marketing
    there must be absolute harmony among the variables. This would mean maximizing the positive relationships between all the factors while keeping the negative repercussions to a minimum (France, p. 30). * Part 2. A brief history of nature based tourism in Kenya. * Kenya, commonly known as the...
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  • Gis Vison 2030
    can use GIS to provide the real-time data they need to make decisions, such as economic, social and environmental factors, to assist them in tourism planning.Read more: GIS Applications in Tourism | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/info_8294848_gis-applications-tourism.html#ixzz1jE6CeTFZ ROLE OF GIS...
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  • Khotsos
    spread of urban areas in MEDCs. 3 3.1 AGRICULTURAL SYSTEMS AND FOOD PRODUCTION Factors (physical, social, economic, political) affecting agricultural landuse and practices. Agroecological regions; the roles of irrigation, land tenure and size of holdings; nature of demand and distance from markets...
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  • Transportation & Tourism
    assistance of environmental or exterior systems, like economic, socio-cultural, bodily, and political among others. The systems are mutually supporting one another. For instance, with no agriculture, nobody can deliver food for hotels; with no industry of oil, no vehicle will have ability to move and...
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  • Distribution Channel
    FACTORS INFLUENCING CHOICE OF DISTRIBUTION CHANNEL IN THE TOURISM INDUSTRY IN KENYA. A SURVEY OF TOUR AND TRAVEL COMPANIES IN NAIROBI BY DECLARATION I declare that this is my original work and has not been submitted at any academic institution for examination purposes...
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  • boychild empowerment
     THE NEWLY NEGLECTED GENDER Empowerment refers to increasing the spiritual, political, social, educational, gender, or economic strength of individuals and communities. Former First Lady Nana Konadu Agyeman Rawlings has called on society to support endeavors to educate the boy child, even as it...
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  • Enviromental Effects of Tourism in Kenya
    and protects the integrity of the natural and cultural attractions by: • Promoting tourism practices that contribute to environmental conservation and developing strategies to mitigate negative ecological, cultural, social and economic impacts of tourism • Developing environmental management...
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  • Tourism History
    ; Lowman, Gwen, Ecotourism: A Sustainable Option?, Wiley Publishers, 1994. Emery, James Jackson, The Poor Who Comfort the Rich: International Tourism and Economic Development In Kenya, A thesis presented to the division of History and Social Science, Reed College, April, 1978. France, Lesley, The...
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  • Kenyan Tourism Industry
    and related organisations 4. Protected areas 4.1 Proportion of wildlife in protected areas 5. Impacts and challenges 5.1. 5.2. 5.3. 5.4. 5.5. Economic Sociocultural Environmental Political Kenya SWOT Analysis 6. Eco-Rating of Lodges in Kenya 6.1 6.2 Case Study of Eco rated Base Camp Lodge Eco...
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  • Tourism in North Africa
    growth has been accompanied by the increasingly important impact of tourism on the economic, social and cultural as well as environmental aspects of life in individual African countries. Faced with civil wars, poverty, sanitation and a myriad of other problems, Africa continuously faces the challenge of...
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  • Internationalization of Tourism in Kenya
    * Increase in cultural and political interdependence * The role of multinational and transnational corporation As tourism has significant influence on the local communities especially in developing countries, the government of Kenya took into consideration both positive and negative factors that...
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