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Smartfolder: Egyptian Environmental Policy Program by Technical Area Sustainable Tourism
File A Survey of Red Sea Tourists’ and Tourism Operators’ Willingness to Pay for Coral Reef Conservation-H by Portal Web Editor — last modified Jan 21, 2014 05:55 PM
June 2002. البرنامج المصرى للسياسات البيئية Egyptian Environmental Policy Program Technical Area: Biodiversity Conservation, Environmental and Economic Growth Linkages, GreenCOM II, Environmental Financing, Policy Assessment Analysis, Public-Private Partnerships, Sustainable Tourism Region: Egypt
File Red Sea Mooring Buoy Recommendations by Portal Web Editor — last modified Jan 10, 2013 12:50 PM
Philip A. Jones, Marine Solutions Co., El Gouna April 2002 PSU-62f Task Order No. 832 USAID Contract No. PCE-I-00-96-00002-00 062 Mooring Buoy Reccs.pdf Egyptian Environmental Policy Program Program Support Unit Tranche 2, Objective 2 for U.S. Agency For International Development Cairo by Environmental Policy & Institutional Strengthening Indefinite Quantity Contract (EPIQ) A USAID-funded project consortium led by International Resources Group, Ltd. Technical Area: Biodiversity Conservation, Environmental and Economic Growth Linkages, Environmental Financing, Environmental Institutional Strengthening - Government, Environmental Institutional Strengthening - NGOs/PVOs, Land Use Management and Eco-Zoning, Public-Private Partnerships, Sustainable Tourism Region: Egypt
File Legal Aspects Regarding EEAA/NCS & the Red Sea Rangers by Portal Web Editor — last modified Jan 10, 2013 09:47 AM
Submitted by Ahmed Ismail Ibrahim El Ibiary, EcoConServ (Condensed and edited by PSU staff, April 2003) MOBIS Task Order No. 263-M-00-03-00002-00 U.S. Agency for International Development Program Support Unit Egyptian Environmental Policy Program International Resources Group with Winrock International Washington, DC Technical Area: Biodiversity Conservation; Environmental Institutional Strengthening - Government; Policy Assessment, Analysis; Sustainable Tourism. Egypt
File Initial Report on the Impact of the User Fee of Giftun Islands by Portal Web Editor — last modified Jan 10, 2013 12:50 PM
Dr. Mahmoud Hanafy July 2002 Task Order No. 832 USAID Contract No. PCE-I-00-96-00002-00 Egyptian Environmental Policy Program Program Support Unit Tranche 2, Objective 2 (Translation to English of the DRAFT) PSU-75 FOR U.S. AGENCY FOR INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CAIRO by Environmental Policy & Institutional Strengthening Indefinite Quantity Contract (EPIQ) A USAID-funded project consortium led by International Resources Group, Ltd. Technical Area: Biodiversity Conservation, Environmental and Economic Growth Linkages, Environmental Financing, Environmental Impact Analysis, Land Use Management and Eco-Zoning, Policy Assessment, Analysis, Public-Private Partnerships, Regulatory, Monitoring and Enforcement Reform, Sustainable Tourism Region: Egypt
File FINAL REPORT UNDER EPIQ I September 1999 - September 2002 by Portal Web Editor — last modified Jan 10, 2013 09:47 AM
submitted to U.S. Agency for International Development Cairo by Environmental Policy and Institutional Strengthening Indefinite Quantity Contract (EPIQ) International Resources Group, Ltd. Task Order No. 832 Contract No. PCE-I-00-96-00002-00 Egyptian Environmental Policy Program Program Support Unit Technical Area: Biodiversity Conservation; Dissemination of Policy Knowledge/Environmental Communication; Environmental and Economic Growth Linkages; Environmental Financing; Environmental Impact Analysis; Environmental Institutional Strengthening - Government; Land Use Management and Eco-Zoning; Policy Assessment, Analysis; Pollution Prevention; Public-Private Partnerships; Regulatory, Monitoring and Enforcement Reform; Solid Waste; Sustainable Tourism; Urban Environmental Services and Infrastructure. Egypt
File RED SEA MARINE PROTECTORATES REVENUE GENERATION OPTIONS-HiRes vers. by Portal Web Editor — last modified Jan 21, 2014 05:52 PM
Synthesis Report for Red Sea Conservation Finance activity, USAID Egyptian Environmental Policy Program, Feb. 2003, c. 100 pp. In addition to a review of the current situation (fee system, visitation rates, functionality, etc), a wide spectrum of possible revenue generation mechanisms, and detailed analyses of the three most productive options, the paper includes SUMMARIES of the entire "Red Sea Conservation Finance" series of reports: -Explanation of the EEPP Red Sea Finance Policy Measure activity, -"Environmental Impacts of User Fee at Giftun Islands" (c. 15 pages) -"Data and Information Needs for Red Sea Conservation Finance" (c. 100 pages) -"Survey of Red Sea Tourists' and Tourism Operators' Willingness to Pay for Coral Reef Conservation" (100+ Pages) -"Red Sea Marine Protectorates Budget Analysis & Scenarios" (c. 100 pages). For additional information, contact Michael E. Colby (mcolby@igc.org OR mcolby@usaid.gov).
File Applied Communications for the Red Sea Rangers: The Practicum Experience by Amee Jankot — last modified Jan 10, 2013 09:53 AM
Report on GreenCOM led Interpretive Communications Practicum for Red Sea Rangers. The practicum, held in Sharm al-Sheikh, Egypt in 2002 focused on principles of interpretation and nature-based tourism as a force for conservation, principles of effective speaking, and interpretive media.
File Data and Information Needs for Red Sea Conservation Finance by Portal Web Editor — last modified Jan 10, 2013 12:50 PM
Final Report by Amr Moustafa June, 2002 Task Order No. 832 USAID Contract No. PCE-I-00-96-00002-00 Egyptian Environmental Policy Program 102 RSMP Finance DATA.pdf Program Support Unit WORK ASSIGNMENT REPORT Tranche 2, Policy Measure 2.2 for U.S. Agency for International Development Cairo by Environmental Policy & Institutional Strengthening Indefinite Quantity Contract (EPIQ) A USAID-funded project consortium led by International Resources Group, Ltd. Technical Area: Biodiversity Conservation, Environmental and Economic Growth Linkages, Environmental Financing, Policy Assessment, Analysis, Sustainable Tourism Region: Egypt
File Toward a Red Sea Marine Park Funding Strategy: A Review of Options by Portal Web Editor — last modified Jan 10, 2013 12:50 PM
Intirim (Draft) Report by David Dornbusch August 2002 Task Order Number 832 Contract Number PCE-I-00-96-00002-00 Egyptian Environmental Policy Program Program Support Unit WORK ASSIGNMENT REPORT Tranche 2, Policy Measure 2.2 for U.S. Agency for International Development, Cairo and Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency prepared under the Environmental Policy and Institutional Strengthening Indefinite Quantity Contract (EPIQ) A USAID-funded project consortium led by International Resources Group, Ltd. Technical Area: Biodiversity Conservation, Environmental and Economic Growth Linkages, Environmental Financing, Policy Assessment Analysis, Public-Private Partnerships, Sustainable Tourism, Region: Egypt
File RED SEA MARINE PROTECTORATES BUDGET ANALYSIS AND SCENARIOS FOR 1999-2007 by Portal Web Editor — last modified Jan 02, 2014 07:28 PM
Dr. Michael E. Colby December 2002 Contract Number MOBIS 263-M-00-00002-00 Egyptian Environmental Policy Program 105 RSMP BUDGETS-Llb.pdf Program Support Unit WORK ASSIGNMENT REPORT Tranche 2, Policy Measure 2.2 for U.S. Agency for International Development, Cairo and Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency Prepared under the MOBIS Contract A USAID-funded project led by International Resources Group, Ltd. Technical Area: Biodiversity Conservation; Environmental and Economic Growth Linkages; Environmental Financing; Environmental Institutional Strengthening - Government; Policy Assessment, Analysis; Sustainable Tourism. Egypt
File Institutional Analysis of EEAA/NCS & the Red Sea Rangers by Portal Web Editor — last modified Jan 10, 2013 12:50 PM
Submitted by Eng. Salah Abdel Razek, EcoConServ (edited by PSU staff, March 2003) MOBIS Task Order No. 263-M-00-03-00002-00 U.S. Agency for International Development Program Support Unit Egyptian Environmental Policy Program International Resources Group with Winrock International Washington, DC Technical Area: Biodiversity Conservation; Environmental Institutional Strengthening - Government; Policy Assessment, Analysis; Sustainable Tourism. Egypt
File ST5. Sustainable Tourism Enterprise Development - A Business Planning Approach by Joseph Badash — last modified Jan 10, 2013 08:02 AM
Sustainable tourism enterprises confront the challenge to contribute to job creation, biological and cultural diversity conservation. The power of sustainable tourism as a development tool lies in that these philanthropic investments improve tourism products, differentiate and add value in the eyes of the consumer, and strengthen the enterprise itself. These unique needs and opportunities are most prevalent in developing countries, in rural and indigenous communities, and in parks and protected areas that struggle to balance conservation goals with basic necessities of local populations. For these reasons, this toolkit was written with these conditions and local stakeholders in mind. This manual is from a set of nine courses on Sustainable Tourism that have been developed by George Washington University as a result of compiling the lessons and best practices from the USAID Global Sustainable Tourism Alliance (GSTA) program, and other tourism development experiences. The courses train students, practitioners, donor agency representatives, and others working in related fields to understand and develop tourism and its role in international development. All the course materials are public access and also can be found inside the USAID NRM&D Learning Management Center. Your registration in these courses will allow you to actively participate in discussions of the material, and to take quizzes to check yourself for understanding at the end of each course. Each of the nine courses are offered free on a non-academic credit basis and offer a Certificate of Completion from USAID. Participants may take these courses to build your own knowledge of the field of tourism and development. The target audience for this manual, Sustainable Tourism Enterprise Development - A Business Planning Approach , includes professionals working on tourism-related projects in developing countries, including staff from donor and government agencies, non-governmental organizations, consulting firms, universities, businesses, and other entities.
File ST7. Tourism and Conservation - Sustainable Models And Strategies by Joseph Badash — last modified Jan 10, 2013 08:02 AM
This manual is from a set of nine courses on Sustainable Tourism that have been developed by George Washington University as a result of compiling the lessons and best practices from the USAID Global Sustainable Tourism Alliance (GSTA) program, and other tourism development experiences. The courses train students, practitioners, donor agency representatives, and others working in related fields to understand and develop tourism and its role in international development. All the course materials are public access and also can be found inside the USAID NRM&D Learning Management Center. Your registration in these courses will allow you to actively participate in discussions of the material, and to take quizzes to check yourself for understanding at the end of each course. Each of the nine courses are offered free on a non-academic credit basis and offer a Certificate of Completion from USAID. Participants may take these courses to build your own knowledge of the field of tourism and development. The target audience for this manual, Tourism and Conservation - Sustainable Models And Strategies, includes professionals working on tourism-related projects in developing countries, including staff from donor and government agencies, non-governmental organizations, consulting firms, universities, businesses, and other entities.
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