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106. tourism and the economy of tanzania: a cge analysis
  Wednesday, August 3, 2005  by Admin
  Paper for presentation at the CSAE Conference on .Growth, Poverty reduction and Human Development in Africa, 21 - 22 March 2004, Oxford, UK. In most developing countries endowed with significant tourist attractions, tourism has emerged as a new impetus for economic growth given its ability to generate foreign exchange and employment. A concise analysis of the economic impact of tourism for a developing country is important to guide the policy intended to develop tourism and augment its benefit on the economy
107. Abstract on forest management for sustainable community development in udzungwa
  Wednesday, August 3, 2005  by Admin
  Ecosystem services and biodiversity in developing countries, participatory forest management for sustainable community development:
lessons learnt in conservation and management of
udzungwa mountain forests, iringa, tanzania
presentation at conference on ecosystem services and biodiversity in developing countries: ministry of foreign affairs, copenhagen, denmark
108. The Tourism Satellite Account (TSA):Understanding Tourism and Designing Strategies Conference
  Wednesday, August 3, 2005  by Admin
  The World Tourism Organization is organizing a Conference on The Tourism
Satellite Account (TSA): Understanding Tourism and Designing Strategies, in
cooperation with the Governments of Argentina, Brazil and Paraguay. The Conference will be held from 3 to 6 October 2005 in Iguazu. The opening meeting will take place on Monday, 3 October at 9 a.m.
109. Tourism development policies
  Wednesday, August 3, 2005  by Admin
  The plans for tourist expansion tend to consider saturated the more traditional and developed areas; therefore they aim towards the development of new areas of tourist interest – equally as fascinating and unique, though lesser-known.

110. Tanzania tries its luck, looking at lucrative Chinese tourist market
  Wednesday, August 3, 2005  by Admin
  DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania – The country is trying its luck to get a share in China’s fast growing tourist market, and has sent a strong team of 16 tourist executives and marketing officials to participate at the just-ended Beijing International Travel and Tourism Market (BITTM) to enforce marketing campaigns outside the traditional American and European tourism sources.
111. Tanzania promotes tourism in Chinese language website
  Tuesday, August 2, 2005  by Admin
  The Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB), the country’s official tourism marketing and promotional entity, has launched its official Chinese language website on China Wide Web. The site, which has been designed as an online marketing media, will be disseminating Tanzania’s tourist information to the Chinese people in their home language and tell them where to visit while in Tanzania, the available attractions and visitor services offered.
112. Tourism Policy and Strategies In Tanzania
  Tuesday, August 2, 2005  by Admin
  The Government of Tanzania views tourism as a significant industry in terms of job creation, poverty alleviation, and foreign exchange
earnings. Tourism today is receiving a greater attention than ever before from international development agencies and from national
Tourism Policy and Strategies in Tanzania
Page 2 of 14 governments. To many countries, tourism is the highest foreign exchange earner and an important provider of employment.
113. Tanzania Banking on Results from its 1st Tourism Investment Forum
  Tuesday, August 2, 2005  by Admin
  Tanzania Banking on Results from its 1st Tourism Investment Forum hosted by Tanzania's Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism, was held at the Arusha International Conference Center, October 22-24, 2002. The public and private sector endorsement representatives, including ministries of agriculture, land , public works and utilities; Tanzania Investment Corporation and The Tanzania Association of Tour
114. Sunset Art Gallery Offers Training to Youths
  Friday, July 29, 2005  by Admin
  Sunset Art Gallery based in Arusha city is offering training to Arusha youths in an attempt to give them a reliable source of income.
115. The Meaning of Kilimanjaro
  Friday, July 29, 2005  by Admin
  From the time of the earliest explorers, visitors have been intrigued by the name Kilimanjaro. The visitor who enquires today will probably receive from most Wachagga the same answer which was given to the early explorers:- It is not a Chagga name. The Wachagga themselves have no name for the whole mountain. They have, however, names for the two peaks, commonly known as Kibo and Mawenzi.
116. Tanga's Dying Coral Reef
  Friday, July 29, 2005  by Admin
  In the warm Swahili waters, just off the Tanga coast/ lies the reef they call Karange, of which Tanga likes to boast/ In this reef for the past 30 years, marine life has been busy at play/ dipping and diving, eating and breeding both night and day."
The East African
117. Natural Resources Ministry sets up research division
  Monday, July 11, 2005  by Admin
  By Mgeta Mganga :The Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism has established a division for sectoral policy, planning and research. The division would handle tourism development, licensing and control, research development, ensuring the implementation of the National Tourism Policy.

118. Karibu Fair signals tourism development
  Tuesday, May 31, 2005  by Admin
  The Karibu Travel and Tourism Fair is an annual event held in Arusha. International, regional and local exhibitors will be show casing their products and services between the 3rd and 5th June 2005
119. Starting a company does not always require loans
  Tuesday, April 12, 2005  by Admin
  Tourism is a fast growing industry, generating foreign currency for the national economy. Explores the situation in this interview, with. Gaudentia Mkulo , the director of sales and marketing for ABC Travel and Tours.

120. Lindi to develop NEPAD-linked tourism project
  Thursday, February 3, 2005  by Admin
  After putting Lindi region under the NEPAD development initiative, the region has developed strategies which will turn it into one of the richest in Tanzania, the Financial Times has learnt. The government has already picked Kilwa Masoko in Lindi, and Mafia Island in the Coast region as potential sites for promoting eco-tourism under the NEPAD coastal tourism project.


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