The African Nature-Based Tourism platform has developed a survey to assess the degree to which local communities and SMEs in the nature-based tourism sector are being impacted by COVID-19.
The target audience are community members and SMEs who support the tourism value chain, as suppliers of tourism goods and services, and their associated enterprises, such as lodges, vehicle hire, guiding services, shops, etc. The questions seek to better understand their involvement in tourism, how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected them, and what their financial needs are.
Detailed survey data can be accessed by submitting a request to gain access to the Database. Survey respondents have agreed to share either all or some combination of their contact details, data collection details, general information and financial information with registered users of the platform. Data which survey respondents have not consented to disclose, has been blocked accordingly.
Country Summary Reports
These reports present a summary of the surveys submitted for each project focal country, including an analysis of qualitative data collected through the surveys, and certain quantitative data.
Country Summary Report: Botswana - December 2021
Country Summary Report: Zambia - January 2022
Country Summary Report: Uganda - January 2022
Country Summary Report: Kenya - January 2022
Country Summary Report: Malawi - February 2022
Country Summary Report: Zimbabwe - February 2022
Country Summary Report: Tanzania - April 2022
Country Summary Report: South Africa - April 2022
Country Summary Report: Mozambique - April 2022