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Sustainable livelihoods: lessons from early experience.
Pro-Poor Tourism Strategies: Making Tourism Work For The Poor. A review of experience.
Acknowledgements This study would not have been possible without the assistance of a number of key individuals. Jacqueline Saunders, formerly of IIED, provided invaluable research assistance… Expand
Tourism and Poverty Reduction: Pathways to Prosperity
1. Introduction 2. The Three Pathways: Understanding How Tourism Affects the Poor 3. The Scale of Flows to the Poor 4. Pathway 1: Direct Effects from Tourism to the Poor 5. Pathway 2: Secondary… Expand
Pro-poor tourism: putting poverty at the heart of the tourism agenda.
This paper examines how tourism affects the livelihoods of the poor and how positive impacts can be enhanced. In doing so, it assesses the relevance of tourism to the poverty agenda, and the factors… Expand
Making tourism work for the poor: Strategies and challenges in southern Africa
This article analyses strategies for 'pro-poor tourism' (PPT), ie strategies that increase the benefits to poor people from tourism development. Based on an international review of six pro-poor… Expand
SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS IN PRACTICE: EARLY APPLICATIONS OF CONCEPTS IN RURAL AREAS
What is poverty – and how it can best be addressed – are central questions at conceptual and practical levels in international development. Increased donor commitment to tackling poverty has made the… Expand
Developing Methodologies for Livelihood Impact Assessment: Experience of the African Wildlife Foundation in East Africa
RETHINKING RURAL DEVELOPMENT
Rural development should be central to poverty reduction and nutritional improvement, but faces a real loss of confidence: funding has been falling, and both governments and donors are scrambling to… Expand
How can governments boost the local economic impacts of tourism
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- 1 November 2006