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Record number 414568
Title New Alliances for Tourism, Conservation and Development in Eastern and Southern Africa
Author(s) Duim, R. van der; Meyer, D.; Saarinen, J.; Zellmer, K.
Source Delft : Eburon - ISBN 9789059725423 - 210
Department(s) Cultural Geography
WASS
Publication type Scientific book or proceedings (editor)
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) duurzaam tourisme - ontwikkeling van toerisme - toeristenindustrie - economische ontwikkeling - natuurbescherming - maatschappelijke betrokkenheid - afrika ten zuiden van de sahara - kenya - uganda - botswana - namibië - zuid-afrika - mozambique - zanzibar - sustainable tourism - tourism development - tourist industry - economic development - nature conservation - community involvement - africa south of sahara - namibia - south africa
Categories Sustainable Tourism
Abstract This book introduces and discusses new alliances related to the growth of tourism in Sub-Saharan Africa. The private sector is increasingly involved in inter-sectoral alliances to both capitalise on the growing tourism industry and contribute to wider economic development in the destinations. The first three chapters of this book discuss representative cases of such alliances in Mozambique, Zanzibar and Uganda. The chapters that follow examine evidence of growth in partnerships between public, private and third-sector organisations in tourism, conservation and development. These illustrate the variety of emerging partnerships and some of their consequences, by means of case studies from Kenya, Uganda, Botswana, Namibia and South Africa.
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