00 Project Number: MDG/SGP/OP5/Y2/STAR/BD/12/30 Scope of work : OG: Sustainable Forest Corridor Ambohimahamasina providing sustainable livelihoods for community members SO1: Improve the capacity of governance and management of local communities and working for the good management and governance of natural resources OS2: Improving living conditions of target communities and forest management through the promotion of community-based ecotourism and handicrafts R11: management tools including a manual of procedures are developed and applied by each entity concerned R12: Exchanges are made ?
What does CBE stand for?
CBE stands for Community-Based Ecotourism (various locations)
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We have 214 other meanings of CBE in our Acronym Attic
- Collège Belle Étoile (French: College Stars; Montivilliers, France)
- Collège des Bourgmestre et Échevins (French: College of Mayor and Aldermen; Belgium)
- College of Business and Economics (various schools)
- Combined Book Exhibit
- Comité du Bassin d'Emploi (French: Basin Committee for Employment; various locations)
- Command Budget Estimate
- Commander of the Order of the British Empire
- Commercial Bid Evaluation
- Committee of Bar Examiners (California)
- Communities for a Better Environment
- Community-Based Enterprise (various locations)
- Compagnie des Bois Exotiques (French: Exotic Woods Company; Villeneuve-Loubet, France)
- Companion of the Order of the British Empire
- Competency Based Education
- Competitive Bidding Event
- Complete Blood Examination
- Component Boolean Expression
- Compression Bonding Encapsulation
- Computer Based Education
- Computer Based Examination
Samples in periodicals archive:
Community-based ecotourism essentially benefits both the local communities and the environment (Mohd Rusli Yacob et al.
Based on his experiences, he has begun his own consultant service, Ecologic, through which he has been a trainer of community-based ecotourism development and interpretation in Japan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, India, Bhutan, Vietnam, and the Philippines with the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and other international organizations' projects.
In Tourism and the Less Developed World, four out of six case studies illustrate examples of community-based ecotourism in the Caribbean, South Africa, Indonesia, and Fiji.
The conclusion was reached that the best option for Yunnan was to establish a system of wilderness preserves and protected national parks, develop community-based ecotourism and adjacent enterprises that benefit the local population, and develop human assets in government and local community that will sustain the entire effort.
The project arises as a result of the strong interest in Timor for small-scale, community-based ecotourism initiatives.
This encouraged the Hohoe District Assembly to develop a district-wide community-based ecotourism initiative in 1997, using Wli as the pilot site.
Second, I was on my way to visit one of the pioneers in community-based ecotourism.