Past Projects

A selection of projects implemented by STAND over the least three years include:

 

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Value chain analysis of the meetings, incentives, conferences and events (MICE) tourism sector in Botswana

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Development of a proposal to the Global Environment Facility for a project to mainstream biodiversity into the tourism sector in Cape Verde.

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Situational analysis of sustainable tourism initiatives in sub-Saharan Africa

 

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Assessment of the development of non-consumptive tourism activities under the Tanzania Wildlife Authority.

Development of a strategic alliance partnership proposal.

Facilitation of tourism concession guidelines for transfrontier conservation areas in Southern Africa Development Community (SADC).

Mid-term Review of GIZ’s partnership with Rio Tinto in Madagascar, Mozambique and South Africa.

Development of case studies on inclusive tourism business models in southern Africa.

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External evaluation of Anchor Tourism Investment Program: Mozambique & Sierra Leone

 

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Economic Potential of Conservation Areas in Mozambique. Ministry of Tourism: Government of Mozambique.

Financial analysis of World Bank-funded Mozambique Transfrontier Conservation Area project. Ministry of Tourism: Government of Mozambique.

 

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Strategic planning workshop facilitation, for the Sustaining Competitive and Resource Enterprises (SCORE) training program

Market analysis for the Sustaining Competitive and Resource Enterprises (SCORE) training program in South Africa

Evaluation and case studies of an ILO initiative to promote rural employment for young women through the development of SMEs in the tourism sector of Southern Africa.

 

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Development of a tourism plan for the Northern Rangelands Conservancy in Kenya.

Development of economic models for conservancies in the Northern Rangelands of Kenya.

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Pro-poor tourism in South Africa: Strengthening local supply chains around the Sabi Sand Game Reserve.

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