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000011114 037__ $$a1426
000011114 041__ $$aEnglish
000011114 100__ $$aGoodwin, H.
000011114 100__ $$aAshley, C.
000011114 100__ $$aRoe, D.
000011114 245__ $$aThe tourism industry and poverty reduction: A business primer
000011114 260__ $$c2002
000011114 260__ $$bPro-poor tourism briefing No 2.March 2002 http://www.propoortourism.org.uk
000011114 490__ $$aNews bulletin
000011114 507__ $$aMFOLL
000011114 520__ $$aThe tourism industry has established itself as one of the world?s major industries, one that offers significant opportunities for employment creation, local economic development and integration in to the international market.  Millions of poor people live in places that are also tourism destinations. But many tourism companies claim that poverty reduction is not their business. This brief explains why poverty does matter to tourism businesses and describes what companies ? both in the originating and destination countries ? can do to contribute to the global effort on poverty reduction.
This policy briefing paper is based on the report Pro-Poor Tourism Strategies: Making Tourism Work for the Poor by Caroline Ashley, Dilys Roe and Harold Goodwin (April 2001). Findings are based on six case studies of pro-poor tourism initiatives in South Africa, Namibia, Uganda, Nepal, St Lucia, and Ecuador.
Pro-poor tourism briefing No 2.March 2002 http://www.propoortourism.org.uk
000011114 653__ $$adevelopment
000011114 653__ $$aNepal
000011114 653__ $$apoverty
000011114 653__ $$astrategy
000011114 653__ $$asustainable
000011114 653__ $$atourism
000011114 650__ $$aMountain livelihoods
000011114 650__ $$aMountain tourism
000011114 650__ $$aPoverty and food security
000011114 691__ $$aMountain livelihoods
000011114 691__ $$aMountain tourism
000011114 691__ $$aPoverty and food security
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000011114 8564_ $$uhttp://lib.icimod.org/record/11114/files/1426.pdf
000011114 980__ $$aNEWSLETTER