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For most, Uganda has never been synonymous with ‘tourist hotspot.’ Unlike its neighbor to the east, Kenya, a recent history of political instability and rebel-controlled national parks do not make for an ideal international tourist destination. Despite the underdevelopment of the industry, tourism ‘is happening to Uganda’ (to quote one local stakeholder) and relevant actors have the opportunity to shape the development of this nascent industry in ways that benefit both businesses and…Continue
Posted on May 12, 2016 at 17:00
Often times, as I’m browsing the Practitioner Hub or one of its website contemporaries, I pause in contemplation of the shear amount of individuals, organisations, businesses, governments and international agencies engaged in a common pursuit: a more sustainable world. Now, the definition of sustainable will likely differ for many of these actors, with some focusing more on the financial sustainability of…Continue
Posted on January 28, 2013 at 7:30
Imagine this: You manage a successful company that distributes Portable Toilet Cabins (PTC) in India. You see 24% of India’s urban population living in slums with very limited access to formal toilets, 50% of India’s population still defecating in the open, and around 6,000 children dying each day from diseases related to poor sanitation, such as diarrhoea.
You see the makings of a strong demand: a need to be…Continue
Posted on November 4, 2011 at 13:30 — 4 Comments