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Haiti - Tourism Development Paln

A critique analysis of Haiti Tourism Potential
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Sam Swann

on 6 December 2012

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Contemporary Issues
Assignment 2
Presentation Is Haiti a viable tourism destination? Presentation
Purpose http://maps.worldbank.org/lac/haiti#&location WHAT do you know about
HAITI? Negative Impacts Poverty

80% of haitians live below the poverty line

one of the poorest countries in the World * Stats from UNDP.org 2011 rankings Violence Gangs Kidnapping Political Sam Swann & James Kent Social Inequalities • Poor Transport System

• Lack of medical facilities

• Poor Economy

• Lack of electrical power or alternative energy History and Facts Haiti factfile

Capital Port-au-Prince

Population* 9,801,000

Life expectancy* 62 years

Literacy* 52.9%

Unemployment rate (% of labour force without jobs)* 40.6%

Population below poverty line* 80%

Human Development Index* 158




* Stats from UNDP.org 2011 rankings Education Political Earthquake The Haiti you don't see Culture History Beaches Food and Music Haiti's richest 1% own nearly half the country's wealth.

Haiti consistently ranked among the most corrupt countries in the world on the Corruption Perceptions Index

Dictators took $504 million from the Haitian public treasury between 1971 and 1986.
(BBC News - [online]) Rich Diverse Voodoo Colourful Untouched White Sands Caribbean Climate Slave's Revolt Taino Indians Columbus World Heritage Sites To investigate the feasibility of Haiti’s new tourism development plan, and critically analyse the factors impeding Haiti's development. Tourism Development Plan Plan of Action (HRI) Sustainable Development Solutions Jacmel Labadee, The Mission: long-term regeneration of Haiti.

Undertaking four immense, individual but closely interlinked challenges:

• Post-earthquake recovery and reconstruction
• Sustained economic and social development
• Environmental stabilization and restoration
• Building resilience against future hurricanes, floods and earthquakes and economic shocks. The Haiti Regeneration Initiative (SDS) (CSI) The Côte Sud Initiative Port-à-Piment Millennium Village New Livelihoods: The Millennium Village Project in Port-à-Piment is situated in a region with rich natural resources, including Grotte Marie Jeanne, one of the largest cave systems in the Caribbean.

AIM: To reduce poverty for residents of Port-à-Piment A Government and UN Environment Programme.


Currently has 11 confirmed partners; Government of Haiti - Ministry of Planning and External Cooperation
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

The Haiti Reconstruction Fund
The Government of Norway

United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
The Earth Institute at Columbia University
Catholic Relief Services (CRS)
Organization for the Rehabilitation of the Environment (ORE)
The Nature Conservancy (TNC)
EarthSpark (ES)
Solar Electric Light Fund (SELF) Haiti 2040 A research and policy support component of the Haiti Regeneration Initiative. Focuses on guiding and catalysing sustainable development over the next 30 years. Is a UN Environmental Program (UNEP) -

It acts as a support mechanism and web-based showcase for projects, approaches, technologies, and organizations. Political instability can cause ills (i.e. terrorism, international/region civil wars, ethnic cleansing, military coups, riots) threatening the safety of locals, tourists and the surrounding regions (Hall and O’Sullivan 1996) Haiti has suffered from political unrest and violence that has economic sanctions, further exacerbating the islands economic situation (Wilkson 1997) 75% of Haitians earn less than a $1 a day http://maps.worldbank.org/lac/haiti#&location Historic city Dates from 1698. Long tradition of culture, arts and music Contrast of Destinations Labadee The Current Industry The Potential Industry Photo's sourced from- www.tripadvisor.com www.mvmtravel.com www.royalcaribbean.com www.tumblr.com photo's sourced- nytimes.com photo's sourced- nytimes.com photo's sourced- nytimes.com photo's sourced- www.haitilibre.com/ www.haiti-si-eu examiner.com VS WHAT WOULD YOU PREFER? Unauthentic or Authentic According to UNWTO, the World Tourist Organization, tourists are increasingly looking for atmospheric, lively cultural experiences (UNWTO, 2008) Tourists demand intangible cultural heritage (Smith and Robinson, 2006) TripAdvisor Travellers' Score

Review of Haiti Hotels

Overall rating 4.5 out of 5

Value 4

Comfort 5

Convenience 4.5 http://www.tripadvisor.co.uk/Hotels-g147306-Haiti-Hotels.html Currently 45 Hotels,
55 B&B's, 18 Lodges & 2 holiday rental's registered on TripAdvisor Go Now!! Haiti is a fragile state influenced by extreme poverty, a weak government, high natural disaster risk, and severe environmental degradation (Murray and Bannister 2004; ICG 2009, Fisher and Levy, 2011). References BBC News (2006). Haiti tops World Curruption Table. 6/11/2006. [online] [viewed 23/11/2012] available at:http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/6120522.stm

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Collier, P., & Warnholz, J. L. (2010). Building Haiti’s Economy, One Mango at a Time. New York Times, 28, 331.

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Dowell, S., Tappero, J., Friedmen, T., (201)1. Public Health in Haiti — Challenges and Progress. The New England Journal of World Medicine, Vol. 346, pp 300-301

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Zehr, Mary Ann. "Educators Move to Help Quake Victims; Communities with Haitian ties organize aid drives." Education Week 20 Jan. 2010: 4. Academic OneFile. Web. 1 Dec. 2012. How would you market Haiti? Haiti's turbulent history has been filled with serious challenges... national development, politics, economy and recurring natural disasters
(Silva, 2011: i) Haiti is a 'failed state'
(Fouron, 2012: 582) To Conclude Haiti is by far the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere. (Coller & Warnholz, 2010: 1)

It has the climate, heritage and intangible culture to attract tourists, but it is in urgent need of development.

Haitians need jobs they can count on for years ahead. (Coller & Warnholz, 2010: 1)

However it is difficult to calculate whether tourism can help Haiti develop or will tourist's not go until Haiti is developed Tortuga Re-establish the historical relevance Comodify it's culture Creating a central tourist hub Provide a sustainable socio-economic system
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