Pro-Poor Tourism Working Papers

No. 18 Caribbean Tourism, Local Sourcing and Enterprise Development: Review of the Literature, by Dorothea Meyer
Full working paper in PDF February 2006

No. 17 Outbound UK Tour Operating Industry and Implications for PPT in Developing Countries, by Dorothea Meyer
Summary of working paper 17 Full working paper in PDF September 2003

No. 16 Tourism and the Poor: Analysing and Interpreting Tourism Statistics from a Poverty Perspective, by Dilys Roe, Caroline Ashley, Sheila Page and Dorothea Meyer
Summary of working paper 16 Full working paper in PDF March 2004


No. 15 Improving Access for the Informal Sector to Tourism in The Gambia,
by Adama Bah and Harold Goodwin

Summary of working paper 15 Full working paper in PDF February 2003

No. 14 Addressing Poverty Issues in Tourism Standards, by Dilys Roe, Catherine Harris and Julio de Andrade
Summary of working paper 14 Full working paper in PDF February 2003

No. 13 Coping with Declining Tourism, Examples from Communities in Kenya, by Samuel Kareithi
Summary of working paper 13 Full working paper in PDF February 2003

No.12 Tourism in Poor Rural Areas: Diversifying the Product and Expanding the Benefits in Rural Uganda and The Czech Republic, by Jenny Holland, Louise Dixey and Michael Burian
Summary of working paper 12 Full working paper in PDF February 2003

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No.11 Strategies, Impacts and Costs of Pro-Poor Tourism Approaches in South Africa by Anna Spenceley and Jennifer Seif
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Summary of working paper 11 Full working paper in PDF Plates February 2003

No.10 Methodology for Pro-Poor Tourism Case Studies, by Caroline Ashley
Summary of working paper 10 Full working paper in PDF February 2003

No 9 Strengths and Weaknesses of a Pro-Poor Tourism Approach, Results of a Survey to Follow-Up Pro-Poor Tourism Research Carried Out in 2000-2001, by Dorothea Meyer
Summary of working paper 9 Full working paper in PDF February 2003

No 8. Pro-poor Tourism Initiatives in Developing Countries: Analysis of Secondary Case Studies. Xavier Cattarinich.
Summary of report in HTML  Full working paper in PDF April 2001

No 7. Practical strategies for pro-poor tourism: a case study of the St. Lucia Heritage Tourism Programme. Yves Renard
Summary of case study 7
 Full working paper in PDF April 2001

No 6. Practical strategies for pro-poor tourism. Tropic Ecological Adventures – Ecuador. Scott Braman and Fundacion Accion Amazonia
Summary of case study 6
 Full working paper in PDF April 2001

No 5. UCOTA – The Uganda Community Tourism Association: a comparison with NACOBTA. Elissa Williams, Alison White and Anna Spenceley
Summary of case study 5  Full working paper in PDF April 2001

No 4. Practical strategies for pro-poor tourism: NACOBTA the Namibian case study. Nepeti Nicanor.
Summary of case study 4  Full working paper in PDF April 2001

No 3. Practical strategies for pro-poor tourism. Case study of pro-poor tourism and SNV in Humla District, West Nepal. Naomi M. Saville
Summary of working paper 3  Full working paper in PDF April 2001

No 2. Practical strategies for pro-poor tourism. Case studies of Makuleke and Manyeleti tourism initiatives: South Africa. Karin Mahony and Jurgens Van Zyl
Summary of working paper 2  Full working paper in PDF April 2001

No 1. Practical strategies for pro-poor tourism, Wilderness Safaris South Africa: Rocktail Bay and Ndumu Lodge. Clive Poultney and Anna Spenceley
Summary of working paper 1  Full working paper in PDF April 2001

Outputs of the ‘Practical Strategies for Pro-poor tourism’ project

Related PPT report by PPT Partnership

Earlier writing on the PPT concept: 1998-2000

Background on Poverty Reduction and Pro-poor Growth

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