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Implications of the Inclusive Pro-Poor Tourism Planning in Uganda for Strategic Planning for Community-Based Tourism Development in Nigeria

Implications of the Inclusive Pro-Poor Tourism Planning in Uganda for Strategic Planning for Community-Based Tourism Development in Nigeria
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Author(s): Olukemi Deborah Fagbolu (National Open University of Nigeria, Nigeria)
Copyright: 2022
Pages: 26
Source title: Prospects and Challenges of Community-Based Tourism and Changing Demographics
Source Author(s)/Editor(s): Ishmael Mensah (University of Cape Coast, Ghana) and Ewoenam Afenyo-Agbe (University of Cape Coast, Ghana)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-7335-8.ch002

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Abstract

Many Nigerians are unemployed and live in extreme poverty. The Nigerian government has therefore identified tourism as one of the promising sectors in its efforts to diversify the economy from the oil sector. CBT which is a kind of tourism that encourages environmental, social, cultural, and economic sustainability in communities could be a good model for addressing the socio-economic challenges confronting Nigeria. Based on literature derived from JSTOR, Google Scholar, and Emerald, this chapter draws implications from the inclusive pro-poor tourism planning in Uganda for CBT development in Nigeria.

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