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BE EFITS OF SLUM TOURISM I KIBERA SLUM I AIROBI , KE YA

@inproceedings{Chege2013BEEO,
  title={BE EFITS OF SLUM TOURISM I KIBERA SLUM I AIROBI , KE YA},
  author={P. Chege},
  year={2013}
}
The study focused on assessing slum tourism as a viable tourism option. The objectives were to: determine the main tourism attraction in Kibera slum, establish the perceptions of Kibera’s slum dwellers, Kenya Tourism Board and Victoria Safaris towards slum tourism, determine the benefits of slum tourism to Kibera slum dwellers. The exploratory and descriptive survey research design was used. The target population of the study was 800,000 residents of Kibera slum who live in a total of 12… Expand

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