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Doing the Right Thing Approximately Not the Wrong Thing Precisely: Challenges of Monitoring Impacts of Pro-poor Interventions in Tourism Value Chains (ODI Working Paper) epub ebook

by Jonathan Mitchell,Caroline Ashley

Doing the Right Thing Approximately Not the Wrong Thing Precisely: Challenges of Monitoring Impacts of Pro-poor Interventions in Tourism Value Chains (ODI Working Paper) epub ebook

Author: Jonathan Mitchell,Caroline Ashley
Category: Industries
Language: English
Publisher: Overseas Development Institute (June 27, 2008)
Pages: 50 pages
ISBN: 085003874X
ISBN13: 978-0850038743
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Working and discussion papers. Caroline Ashley and Jonathan Mitchell. Approaches to tourism intervention are changing.

Working and discussion papers. Organisations that have been investing in pro-poor tourism, or community tourism, have found that their efforts remain in a niche and are too marginal in denting poverty levels. The focus today is on scaling up the contribution that tourism can make to poverty reduction.

The IFC, SNV, ODI and other organisations are addressing the challenging question of how to scale up impacts of tourism (and their interventions) on poor people Download.

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Doing the right thing approximately, not the wrong thing precisely: challenges of monitoring impacts of pro-poor interventions in tourism value chains. C Ashley, J Mitchell. Overseas Development Institute, 2008. Assessing how tourism revenues reach the poor: findings from the application of innovative diagnostic tools offer new ways to understand and boost revenues from tourism for th. Ashley, J Mitchell. ODI Briefing paper, 2007. ODI Working Paper No. 291. London: Overseas Development Institute. Plan maestro para el desarrollo y gestión sostenible del turismo en el Valle del Colca, la Reserva Nacional de Salinas y Aguada Blanca y el Valle de los Volcanes 2007-2011. Alleviating poverty through ecotourism: Promises and reality in the Monarch butterfly reserve of Mexico.

Pioneered pro-poor mapping of tourism value chains as a diagnostic assessment tool for intervention design .

Pioneered pro-poor mapping of tourism value chains as a diagnostic assessment tool for intervention design and monitoring, in Laos and Rwanda. Established and led ODI Tourism Programme. Ashley, C. and Haysom, G. (2008): Doing the right thing approximately not the wrong thing precisely: the challenge of monitoring impacts of pro-poor interventions in tourism value chains. ODI Working Paper 291. ODI, IFC and SNV.

But because pro-poor value chain approaches in tourism are relatively new, it focuses as much on.

But because pro-poor value chain approaches in tourism are relatively new, it focuses as much on the context and intervention logic within which these intervention needs are framed. It is also essential to reflect on how value chain mapping has been used to date, and what lessons can be learnt from the methods applied. Authors: Ashley, C., Mitchell, J. Series Title: Working Paper. ISBN: 978-0-85003-874-3. Title: Doing the right thing approximately not the wrong thing precisely : challenges of monitoring impacts of pro-poor interventions in tourism value chains.

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Doing the right thing approximately not the wrong thing precisely: challenges of monitoring impacts of pro-poor intervention in tourism value chains. Caroline Ashley, Jonathan Mitchell. D. Choudray, B. Hoerman, M. Kollmair, J. Mitchell.

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