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Honduras - Sustainable Coastal Tourism Project : social assessment (Inglês)

This Social Assessment (SOA) evaluates potential socioeconomic adversity on local populations, as a result of the Sustainable Coastal Tourism Project implementation. It identifies the beneficiaries, and stakeholders, to determine possible negative impacts on their activities, and to minimize the social constraints thereof. Ethnic representation revealed a larger percentage of mestizo population, with only a thirty percent indigenous population; however, it also revealed strong ties among indigenous populations in the protected areas, between the control of natural resources, and their cultural heritage. Further review analyzed education, and health aspects, land ownership, labor trends, and land uses. Measures to minimize social adversity include: 1) interagency coordination to identify property titles, and settle land conflicts/disputes, with the support of the National Property Registration Institute, Municipalities, non governmental organizations (NGOs) and the Ministry of Tourism; 2) continued inter-cultural process of bilingual education, with the technical, and financial support of the Ministry of Education, including teacher training provision, and enhanced parental awareness; 3) coordination with the Ministry of Health, ethnic organizations, NGOs, and municipalities, to foster HIV/AIDS prevention, by researching migration patterns, and sexual behavior (within cultural parameters); and, 4) technical training for the development, and quality control of native, or indigenous products, and crafts, to diversify, and increase income earnings capacity.

Detalhes

  • Autor

    Instituto Hondureno de Turismo

  • Data do documento

    2000/10/31

  • TIpo de documento

    Avaliação social

  • No. do relatório

    21958

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Honduras,

  • Região

    América Latina e Caribe,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/07/01

  • Nome do documento

    Honduras - Sustainable Coastal Tourism Project : social assessment

  • Palavras-chave

    tourism;Municipalities;Micro and Small Enterprises;years of schooling;widespread lack of knowledge;health problem;tourist information centers;protected area;small entrepreneur;land use;loss of forest;average schooling level;Cultural Tourism;complete secondary education;high school level;aids prevention campaigns;traditional religious ritual;means of transportation;local private participation;archaeological site;availability of service;diversity of ecosystems;loss of wildlife;recommendations for action;trainers of trainer;species of bird;species of turtles;species of fish;lack of regulation;management of watershed;national meteorological service;humid tropical forest;chamber of commerce;conservation of water;community level;Land Ownership;alluvial soil;Natural Resources;tourist infrastructure;raw material;industrial discharge;tourist guide;Basic Education;ethnic group;coastal resource;catholic church;regional market;basic infrastructure;agricultural producer;agricultural product;ecological tourism;institutional strengthening;perennial crop;foreign language;hydric resources;decompression chambers;water source;coastal lagoon;environmental problem;local market;salaried worker;biological diversity;sea level;installed capacity;bus terminal;minimum wage;local consumption;craft production;parking area;green area;forest map;train activity;Sustainable Tourism;non-governmental organization;international airport;forest inventories;natural areas;land transportation;train use;cultural resource;Research Support;oral tradition;public good;craft producer;cultural management;national strategy;territorial sea;vulnerable population;municipal organization;environmental profile;high precipitation;urbanized area;industrial activity;sustainable way;coast line;persuasive information;pilot program;small island;tourist product;forest coverage;national territory;environmental security;marine resource;international recognition;coastal plain;cloud forest;river mouth;water resource;Technical Training;young people;Enterprise Development;industrial fishing;natural environment;administrative capacity;equal participation;wood production;continental water;mangrove forest;marine ecosystem;rural bank;short outline;national economy;property right;marine life;disadvantaged position;investment need;land management;community bank;participation strategy;direct beneficiaries;sustainable management;Cultural Heritage;participation plan;cultural survival;local control;comparative advantage;dive equipment;foreign resident;cultural patrimony;tourist use;clean water;wild life;conservative growth;equal chance;preferential access;educational level;island woman;indigenous group;mother tongue;national monument;income source;neighborhood organizations;retired teacher;seed capital;loan cooperative;bird watching;professional association;fire wood;traditional fishing;marine flora;common good;health situation;respiratory infection;parasitic infection;mental disorder;drug addiction;venereal disease;mass media;maritime transportation;sanitary service;average temperature;relative humidity;extended family;age range;age category;gender perspective;human relation;average person;recreational activity;small boat;air transportation;traditional gender;daily wage;monthly payment;didactic material;land title;small landowner;buffer zone;cattle farming;natural reserve;citrus fruit;illegal residents;traditional use;musical instrument;living culture;organization network;operational plan;production activity;ecological effect;municipal institution;management capacity;

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