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: email@example.com, 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%.