Strengthening Sustainable Tourism – SEA of the Tourism Sector in Cambodia

A Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) that examines the status and trends in Cambodia’s tourism sector, including: key tourism policies; plans and programs; monitoring tools; stakeholder participation; and capacity building initiatives. Recommendations include on the following topics: finance and investment, human resources, pro-poor tourism, licencing and regulations. 

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Strengthening Sustainable Tourism ​- SEA of the Tourism Sector in Cambodia.pdf 3 MB 26-04-2012

Publish Date: 1st January 2009

Last Updated: 23rd April 2013


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