Social Impact Of Tourism On Host Communities A Case Study Of Ethiopia Essays and Term Papers

  • Tourism Marketing

    ADDIS ABABA UNIVERSITY School of Graduate Studies College of Commerce Department of Marketing Management A Study on Marketing Strategy to Enhance Sustainable Tourism Development in Bahir Dar and its Environs By: Aschalew Adane ID No: GSR/0641/04 Advisor: Getie Andualem (PHD) Thesis...

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  • STORY

    RESPONSIBLE TOURISM Minimise negative economic, environmental and social cultural impacts. Create economic benefits for local people and improve their quality of life. Promote the conservation of natural and cultural heritage. Promote respect between local people and tourist. Multiplier effector-creates...

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  • Gorgora

    Challenges and opportunities for sustainable pro-poor tourism development in Gorgora and its surrounding By lake Abebe (BA in Tourism Management) Thesis proposal submitted to: ...

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  • Pro Poor Tourism

    Public Disclosure Authorized Ethiopia In Makeda’s Footsteps: Towards a Strategy for Pro-Poor Tourism Development Prepared for the Government of Ethiopia by The World Bank Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized Public Disclosure Authorized Africa Private Sector Development...

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  • Globalisation and Pollution

    JBAS Vol.1 No.2 Sept. 2009 1 An assessment of the impact of tourism globalization in Africa Thomas P. Z. Mpofu 1 Abstract The tourism sector is one of one of the exemplars of the phenomenon of globalization. This is due to the geographical scale of the industry, increased spatial linkages...

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  • Leakages

    BSSc Honours in SOCIAL ECOLOGY COURSE Tourism and Heritage LECTURER Mr Chirenje QUESTION Leakages in tourism are necessary evil. Discuss MARK ...

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  • Tourism

    The Impact of Tourism in Developing Countries on the Health of the Local Host Communities: The need for more research Irmgard Bauer Introduction Tourism is the fastest growing industry internationally (World Tourism Organization, 1996) with destinations not only in industrialised countries...

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  • Employment and Income Potentiality of Tourism Development

    Journal of Environmental Studies and Management Vol.1 No.2 June. 2008 Employment and Income Potentiality of Tourism Development in Amhara Region Ethiopia. *Ajala O.A. Abstract A few members of less developed countries of sub-Sahara Africa have realized the potential of tourism development for rapid socio-economic...

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  • Sustainable Turism in Differnt Countries

    - 3. Area of Study - 8 - 3.1. Analysis of Sustainable Tourism - 9 - 4. Countries Encouraging Sustainable Tourism - 10 - Costa Rica - 11 - Kenya - 13 - Laos - 15 - Romania - 17 - South Africa - 19 - Switzerland - 21 - 4.1. Brief Introduction of Sustainable Tourism of Different Countries...

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  • Tourism in Surigao Del Sur

    November 20-21, 2012 VIP hotel, Cagayan de Oro • In 1981 Thresher wrote his groundbreaking article on the economics of a lion. After a series of study,he concluded that over it’s lifetime a lion will draw US$ 515,000.00 in foreign exchange alive and well for wildlife viewing. In contrast its value...

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  • Branding Ethiopia

    Branding Ethiopia: Opportunities and Challenges Research Proposal Presented to Graduate School of Business Leadership University of South Africa /UNISA/ In partial fulfillment of the Requirements for the MASTERS DEGREE IN BUSINESS LEADERSHIP By GETU KEBEDE KIDANE (43089488) Study Leader ...

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  • Dynamics of Gobalisation

    3) D) III) A) 1) 2) B) The role of TNCs....................................................................................................... 7 Case study: Nike a corporate firm........................................................................ 7 Major actors of globalisation. ...................

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  • Impacts of Tourism Development

    Sustainable tourism is an industry that attempts to make a low impact on the environment and local culture while helping to generate income, employment, and the conservation of local ecosystems. It is responsible tourism that is both ecologically and culturally sensitive. Meaning, sustainable tourism activities...

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  • Student

    ISSUES AND CHALLENGES IN HARD SPORTS TOURISM. It is rightly said that tourism industry is one of the fastest growing industry in the world and it’s a multibillion dollar industry. Despite many challenges facing the tourism industry, its international tourist arrival grew by 4.5% to 268 million in the...

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  • Tourism and Development

    ASPECTS OF TOURISM 5 Series Editors: Chris Cooper (University of Queensland, Australia), and Michael Hall (University of Otago, New Zealand) Tourism and Development Concepts and Issues Edited by Richard Sharpley and David J. Telfer CHANNEL VIEW PUBLICATIONS Clevedon • Buffalo • Toronto •...

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  • Travel Industry

    Copyright © 2013, World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) UNWTO Annual Report 2012 Published by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), Madrid, Spain. First printing: 2013 All rights reserved. Printed in Spain. The designations employed and the presentation of material in this publication do not...

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  • Starbucks vs. Ethiopia

    Starbucks vs. Ethiopia Corporate Strategy and Ethical Sourcing in the Coffee Industry Donald DePass In March 2005, Ethiopia filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to trademark the names of Yirgacheffe, Harrar and Sidamo, three coffee producing regions within the country. In doing so, the Ethiopian...

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  • tourism

    ARTICLE IN PRESS Tourism Management 27 (2006) 1373–1385 www.elsevier.com/locate/tourman The role of community involvement and number/type of visitors on tourism impacts: A controlled comparison of Annapurna, Nepal and Northwest Yunnan, China$ Gyan P. Nyaupanea,Ã, Duarte B. Moraisb, Lorraine...

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  • Host Community Perceptions of the Impact of Events a Comparison of Different Event Themes in Urban and Regional Communities

    HOST COMMUNITY PERCEPTIONS OF THE IMPACT OF EVENTS A COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT EVENT THEMES IN URBAN AND REGIONAL COMMUNITIES By Liz Fredline, Marg Deery and Leo Jago HOST COMMUNITY PERCEPTIONS OF THE IMPACTS OF EVENTS TECHNICAL REPORTS The technical report series present data and its analysis...

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  • Tourism Industry Annual Report 2011

    Copyright © 2012, World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Annual Report 2011 Published by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), Madrid, Spain. First printing: 2012 All rights reserved. Printed in Spain. The designations employed and the presentation of material in this publication do not imply the expression...

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