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Tourism programmes Tourism : Funding proposals by various stakeholders

We know that people think of tourism as an industry or as a place where they visit for entertainment. Of course there are few who treat places for adventure, but these are not typical tourist attractions.

We know that tourim has far greater impact on the economy of the country. It creates lots of jobs, leads to income generation of communities, helps government in transportation & communications, helps the status of ecotourism ....

We would interview experts to share the real challenges & solutions of various facets of tourism.

Balajee Sewa Sansthan

To promote tourism in Uttarakhand Balajee Sewa Sansthan (BSS) an NGO started a project with the name Himalayan Gram. The idea to promote tourism is to develop rural parts of Uttarakhand and provide employment to the local residents and in the process introduce touristers to the immaculate beauty in this Himalyan region.

BSS is a society registered under Societies Registration Act’1860 working across the areas of North India on several key issues related to rural development, livelihood generation & financial inclusion. The organization aims at providing customers with a mix of product consisting of village home stays & stay in eco huts.

Tourism destinations selected are far from cities' crowded life & provides you a refreshing experience which fills up a new energy within yourself. Snow peak of Himalayas, Dense Deodar Forests & flawless river Bhagirathi and Alak Nanda are the major attractions of rural tourism provided by Himalayan Gram.

Source

More programmes of various stakeholders are accessible to content members.

http://www.bssindia.net/

Development of Humane Action Foundation (DHAN)

Tourism for Development
DHAN Foundation’s Tourism for Development theme is an outcome of the four-year pilot project ‘Endogenous Tourism for Rural Livelihoods’ implemented by it in Karaikudi and Kazhugumalai in Tamil Nadu with the support of United Nations Development Programme and Government of India. One of the key learnings of the project was that the diversifiedlivelihood opportunities exist in the tourism sector can contribute in poverty reduction. ‘Tourism for Development’ is a crosscutting theme to facilitate DHAN’s programmes working in the locations of tourism importance to capitalize the emerging opportunities in the tourism sector. It would be a multi–stakeholder and inclusive approach with all the stakeholders in tourism including the poor communities.

Source

More programmes of various stakeholders are accessible to content members.

http://www.dhan.org

 

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