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2차지속관광포럼-3.캄보디아의 지속가능한 여행(sinat hin)
2차지속관광포럼-3.캄보디아의 지속가능한 여행(sinat hin)
2차지속관광포럼-3.캄보디아의 지속가능한 여행(sinat hin)
2차지속관광포럼-3.캄보디아의 지속가능한 여행(sinat hin)
2차지속관광포럼-3.캄보디아의 지속가능한 여행(sinat hin)
2차지속관광포럼-3.캄보디아의 지속가능한 여행(sinat hin)
2차지속관광포럼-3.캄보디아의 지속가능한 여행(sinat hin)
2차지속관광포럼-3.캄보디아의 지속가능한 여행(sinat hin)
2차지속관광포럼-3.캄보디아의 지속가능한 여행(sinat hin)
2차지속관광포럼-3.캄보디아의 지속가능한 여행(sinat hin)
2차지속관광포럼-3.캄보디아의 지속가능한 여행(sinat hin)
2차지속관광포럼-3.캄보디아의 지속가능한 여행(sinat hin)
2차지속관광포럼-3.캄보디아의 지속가능한 여행(sinat hin)
2차지속관광포럼-3.캄보디아의 지속가능한 여행(sinat hin)
2차지속관광포럼-3.캄보디아의 지속가능한 여행(sinat hin)
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2차지속관광포럼-3.캄보디아의 지속가능한 여행(sinat hin)

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3.CBT as one of the tools for sustainable development in Cambodia(sinat hin/Communication and network Coordinator/CCBEN)

* 이 포럼은 제2회 아시아사회적기업활동가대회 ASES2010의 분과회의로 기획되었습니다.

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  • 1. Cambodia Community Based Ecotourism Network Explore Cambodia beyond Angkor Wat! #60Eo, Street 454, Sangkat Toul Tompong I, Khan Chamkamorn, Phnom Penh, Cambodia Tel: (855) 23 217 875, Email: info@ccben.org, Website: www.ccben.org
  • 2. “CBT as one of the tools for sustainabledevelopment in Cambodia’’ Asian Social Enterprise Summit 2010 Seoul, South Korea 29-30 November, 2010 Presented by HIN Sinat, Communication and Network Coordinator CCBEN
  • 3. Content of the presentation I. What is CCBEN II. What is CB(E)T III. CB(E)T and its development IV. Sustainable Development V. Link b/w CB(E)T and Sustainable development
  • 4. I. CCBEN Who are we? n CCBEN is the only Cambodia‘s ecotourism network established to serve, support and promote communities for poverty alleviation and conservation of nature and culture. n Founded in 2002 n 35 members including LNGOs, INGOs, academic institutes, communities and tour companies.
  • 5. CCBENn Vision: q CCBEN is a strong ecotourism network organization dedicated to sustainable tourism development that empowers community and promotes local livelihood, conservation and visitor satisfaction.n Mission q Strengthen the ecotourism network by serving the need of its members, communities and visitor
  • 6. CCBEN n Main activities q To facilitate sharing and exchange of information, experiences and resources q To provide capacity building to its members and other relevant stakeholders q To conduct marketing and promotion of CBT sites q To encourage dialogue between community, private sector, civil society and relevant authority and to engage in relevant public policy formulation process
  • 7. n To develop CBT accreditation system q To continue strengthening CCBEN’s organization policy framework q To train the CBT communities
  • 8. II. CB(E)T n CB(E)T = Community-Based (Eco)tourism n CB(E)T is a form of tourism that is initiated and managed by community in collaboration with all the stakeholders to enhance the local well-being, contribute to conservation of natural and cultural resources, education, and improve the host and guest interaction (CCBEN, June, 2009).
  • 9. I. CB(E)T Main elements of CBT q Economic perspective – poverty alleviation (well-being of the people) q Environmental perspective – conservation of nature q Social perspective – cultural protection, education and interaction between host and guest q Requirements – initiated and managed by local community with stakeholders
  • 10. III. Sustainable development The development that "meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs." [United Nations, 1987, "Report of the World Commission on Environment and Development." General Assembly Resolution 42/187, 11 December 1987]
  • 11. IV. Link between CB(E)T and sustainabledevelopment [The Future of Sustainability: Re-thinking Environment and Development in the Twenty-first Century, IUCN]
  • 12. V. CB(E)T and its development
  • 13. 2007 2008 2009 tourist NoteCBT Sites s Income tourists Income tourists Income Yeak Laom, Rattankiri 38,898 $ 12,640.00 50,513 $ 12,922.00 32,654 $ 9,020.00 Chambok, Kampong Speu 15,000 $ 15,000.00 18,000 $ 22,000.00 7,200 $ 11,000.00 Banteay Chhmar, BMC 281 $ 1,749.00 744 $ 3,790.00 335 $ 5,467.00Ang TraPeang Thmar 61 $ 610.00 160 $ 1,600.00 116 $ 1,160.00 Increas Tmart Boey 52 $ 3,459.00 92 $ 8,101.00 90 $ 6,910.00 ed Chi Phat Not have 426 $ 7,163.00 476 $ 14,839.00 Peam Krosob Not have 32,329 $ 52,632.50 39,016 $ 20,084.30 Oureusey Kandal 6,238 $ 725.00 14,324 $ 2,190.00 7,500 $ 1,960.00 Preah Romkel Not Have 5,300 $ 5,800.00 600 $ 1,000.00 PUmiExµr 300 $ 3,000.00 500 $ 5,000.00 300 $ 6,000.00
  • 14. CBET INCOME DISTRIBUTION 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10% 0% Villager environmental community other purpose conservation development fund Source: SNV,2009Around 20% of total tourist arrivals to Cambodia visitCBET sites, with an annual growth rate of 10%.
  • 15. Thanks for your attention!

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