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Pro-poor Tourism: Who Benefits?

Perspectives on Tourism and Poverty Reduction (Current Themes in Tourism)

by C Michael Hall

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Published by Channel View Publications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Development economics,
  • Tourism industry,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Business & Economics / Hospitality, Travel & Tourism,
  • Industries - Hospitality, Travel & Tourism,
  • Economic aspects,
  • Poverty,
  • Tourism

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11912070M
    ISBN 101845410750
    ISBN 109781845410759

    The Facilitative Role of Institutions in Poverty Reduction: The Case for Pro-Poor Tourism in Tourism-Based Economies in Rural South Africa: /ch The constitutional requirements for the South African municipalities to adopt a developmental character and implement policies of local economic development. In addition, pro-poor tourism should not be viewed as a tourism product, but rather as an approach to tourism development and management through which linkages are developed between tourism businesses and poor people as a way of leveraging and increasing the Cited by:

    Pro-Poor Tourism at Samui Island, Thailand deliver the net benefits to the poor as the main objective while environmental concerns could be just one of its components. Community-based tourism initiative also aims to increase the local peopleʼs involvement in the tourism sector, but this is just one of the useful components of PPT.   The chair, Simon Maxwell, welcomed everyone to the launch of the book Tourism and Poverty: Pathways to Prosperity and introduced the panel. The presenters were Jonathan Mitchell and Caroline Ashley, the authors of the discussant was John de Vial.. Presentation. Jonathan Mitchell and Caroline Ashley’s presentation highlighted how their work since the early nineties has .

    • Given the massive impact that tourism has on many of the world’s poor, how and how far pro-poor tourism can be promoted needs to become a central issue. • The poverty impacts of tourism include a wide range of impacts on livelihoods of the poor – not just jobs or . Box Support for pro-poor tourism strategies but not measuring impacts Harold Goodwin (a) observes: In the last ten years, despite the increasing focus on tourism and poverty reduction, there have been very few reported interventions where any attempt .


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Pro-poor Tourism: Who Benefits? by C Michael Hall Download PDF EPUB FB2

Pro-poor tourism - tourism that is intended to result in increased net benefits for poor people - is currently receiving enormous attention from the World Tourism Organization, the UN system, governments, industry, and NGOs and is an integral component of many sustainable development strategies in the less developed countries.

Through a series of cases and reviews from experts in the field. Pro-poor tourism – tourism that is intended to result in increased net benefits for poor people – is currently receiving enormous attention from the World Tourism Organization, the UN system, governments, industry, and NGOs and is an integral component of many sustainable development strategies in the less developed : $ “Therefore, as long as poor people reap net benefits, tourism can be classified as ‘pro-poor’ (even if richer people benefit more than poorer people)” (Ashley, Roe, & Goodwin,p.

Pro-poor tourism is regular tourism - except it consciously benefits the poor and helps reduce their poverty. Tourism is a US$ 2 trillion a year industry, so it's hugely profitable. And it is usually welcomed, because it provides millions of jobs to local people.

Pro-poor tourism is currently receiving enormous attention from the World Tourism Organization, government, industry, and NGOs. Through a series of cases and reviews this book provides one of the first assessments of the effectiveness of pro-poor tourism as a development strategy and tackles the issue of who benefits from tourism's potential.

Get this from a library. Pro-poor Tourism: Who Benefits?. [C Michael Hall] -- Pro-poor tourism, is receiving attention from the World Tourism Organization, the UN system, governments, industry, and NGOs and is an integral component of sustainable development strategies in the.

Pro-poor tourism - tourism that is intended to result in increased net benefits for poor people - is currently receiving enormous attention from the World Tourism Organization, the UN system, governments, industry, and NGOs and is an integral component of many sustainable development strategies in the less developed countries.

The book arises from the argument that so far, ‘‘tourism literature has not embraced the pro-poor debate in acomprehensive manner” (p. xiv), and it sets to provide empirical evidence Author: Colin Michael Hall. Pro-poor tourism - tourism that is intended to result in increased net benefits for poor people - is currently receiving enormous attention from the World Tourism Organization, the UN system, governments, industry, and NGOs and is an integral component of many sustainable development strategies in the less developed : C.

Michael Hall. Summary. Pro-poor tourism – tourism that is intended to result in increased net benefits for poor people – is currently receiving enormous attention from the World Tourism Organization, the UN system, governments, industry, and NGOs and is an integral component of many sustainable development strategies in the less developed countries.

Get this from a library. Pro-poor tourism: who benefits?: perspectives on tourism and poverty reduction. [Colin Michael Hall;] -- Through a series of cases and reviews, this book provides an assessment of the effectiveness of pro-poor tourism as a development strategy.

Book Now. Who we are. PPTours is a simple and unique urban tourism model designed to generate benefits for the poor.

The model incorporates the voice of the urban inhabitant as an equal partner in the distribution of values and delivering tours in peri-urban settlements of Zambia.

PPTours is a simple and unique urban tourism model designed. The prospect of tourism growth in developing countries, where high levels of poverty exists has created enormous attention and interest in tourism as a tool for poverty alleviation.

This is often referred to as ‘pro-poor-tourism’. Pro-poor tourism is broadly defined as a tourism development approach that generates net benefits for the poor (PPT partnership, ). ×Close. The Infona portal uses cookies, i.e. strings of text saved by a browser on the user's device.

The portal can access those files and use them to remember the user's data, such as their chosen settings (screen view, interface language, etc.), or their login by: 3. Downloadable. This paper aims to investigate the pro-poor tourism impact of the capacity building, stakeholders. support and infrastructure development on poverty alleviation.

This study focused on Malay, Iban, Bidayuh, Chinese, Kelabit, Penan, Berawan and others local communities; draws upon a sample of from the Kuching and Miri division of Sarawak, : Komathi Wasudawan, Rossazana Ab-Rahim. Tourism Impact * Pro-Poor tourism (PPT) - Results in increased net benefits for poor m is often claimed to be the largest industry in the world, thus creating both opportunities and m can make a positive difference – and it m can bring great benefits to local communities but only if it brings sustainable livelihoods, employment or additional.

Critical Reflections on Pro-Poor Tourism and Local Communities` Participation at Grass-Roots Level: The Case of Chimanimani District, Zimbabwe: /ch This chapter investigated the extent to which pro-poor tourism benefits are trickling down to the most deserving people in Chimanimani district, : Zibanai Zhou.

No 2 Practical strategies for pro-poor tourism. Case studies of Makuleke and Manyeleti tourism initiatives: South Africa. Karin Mahony and Jurgens Van Zyl No 3 Practical strategies for pro-poor tourism.

Case study of pro-poor tourism and SNV in Humla District, West Nepal. Naomi M. Saville No 4 Practical strategies for pro-poor tourism: NACOBTA Cited by: Pro-poor Tourism Strategies: Making Tourism Work for the Poor: a Review of Experience Issue 1 of Pro-poor tourism report: Authors: Caroline Ashley, Dilys Roe: Contributor: International Institute for Environment and Development: Edition: revised: Publisher: IIED, ISBN:Length: 54 pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX Reviews: 1.

The pro-poor tourism partnership defines it as tourism that can provide net benefits for poor people (Ashley et al. Eradicating extreme poverty is a top priority of human development, as explicitly stated in the United Nations Millennium Development Goals. Pro-Poor Tourism (PPT) is tourism that results in increased net benefits for poor people.

PPT is not a specific product or niche sector but an approach to tourism development and management. It.Pro-poor tourism is a form of tourism geared and operated to results in, well again, disposable benefits for poor people to benefit from tourism.

It operates within their societies and communities as a whole in both developed and developing countries.Through a series of cases and reviews from experts in the field, this book provides an assessment of the effectiveness of pro-poor tourism as a development strategy and tackles the issue of whether developing countries benefit from tourism's potential role in poverty reduction.

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