July 2022 Newsletter

APAC in Kigali, launch of the Namibia-Kenya case study, and a story from Malawi

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Kenya-Namibia case study launch at APAC 2022

THE SECRET TO SURVIVAL – HOW COLLABORATION PULLED KENYA & NAMIBIA THROUGH THE PANDEMIC THE AFRICAN NATURE BASED TOURISM PLATFORM RELEASES KEY RESILIENCE REPORT AT APAC ON HOW KENYA &…

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Funds Needed to Bolster Tourism Recovery in Malawi

With tourists slow to return, Malawi looks to complementary alternatives to tide tourism-reliant communities over, including soft loans, business capacity development, and agricultural enrichment projects. “People who live around Kasungu…

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Even as Tourism Recovers, Hunger Stalks Zimbabwe

Rose Tshuma is fishing from the eastern bank of the Zambezi River, just in front of the Sidinda Fishing Camp in Zimbabwe, where she works as a housekeeper. “Look across…

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May 2022 Newsletter

Heading into year two, proposal writing in Kenya, latest country summary reports

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The African Nature-Based Tourism Platform attends World Travel Market Africa

One of Africa’s leading travel and trade shows, the World Travel Market Africa (WTM Africa) was held in Cape Town on 11-13 April 2022. This is one of six shows…

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March 2022 Newsletter

New country reports and calling SMEs to register on the platform

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January 2022 Newsletter

Press release, project grievance mechanism, and country summary reports for Botswana, Zambia, Kenya, and Uganda.

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African Business Based Tourism platform launches new project to connect investors to local tourism stakeholders

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The African Nature Based Tourism Platform – Connecting Funders to Beneficiaries in 11 Countries in Eastern and Southern Africa

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African Nature-Based Tourism Platform Helps Small Communities Access Covid Relief Funding

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Funding platform wants to revive wildlife sector devastated by Covid-19

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