Strengthening Sharing of Benefits from Tourism with Local Communities: Webinar recording and presentations

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The World Bank, the Global Wildlife Program, and the Amazon Sustainable Landscapes Program hosted a webinar Strengthening Sharing of Benefits from Tourism with Local Communities on 27 July 27 2022.

Speakers and presenters included:

Dr Anna Spenceley from the IUCN Tourism and Protected Areas Specialist Group (TAPAS Group): Sharing benefits from tourism in protected areas with local communities: Options, challenges and recommendations

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Vanice Mirembe Daawa from Uganda Wildlife Authority: Uganda’s experiences with benefit sharing from protected areas

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Phonesuck Inthavong from Nam Et-Phou Louey National Park, Lao PDR: Wildlife ecotourism and benefit sharing model in Nam Et-Phou Louie National Park, Lao PDR

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Mayra Castellanos and William Alexander Rojas Melendez from Cerro Azul community-based tourism project, Colombia: Cerro Azul: Community-based sustainable tourism Sane Jose del Guaviare, Columbia

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Adam Thalhath and Shaha Hashim from Six Senses Laamu, Maldives: Six Senses: strengthening of benefits from tourism with local communities

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With Genevieve Connors and Vanessa Satur from the World Bank for opening and moderating the session, respectively.

These are the resources and information from the session through the hyperlinks below:

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3 thoughts on “Strengthening Sharing of Benefits from Tourism with Local Communities: Webinar recording and presentations

  1. I would like to have more material on benefits of tourism to communities, especially developing of tourism products that brings the benefits.

    • Thanks Wisdom – if you look at the link for Q&A resources, there are several materials listed that you can access. There are also materials within the presentation that you can use.

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