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SPEED-Reports-2012-005 Concessions Operator Manual

SPEED-Reports-2012-005 Concessions Operator Manual

SPEED-Reports-2012-005 Concessions Operator Manual

Approximately 15% of Mozambique’s land area is comprised of State owned National Parks and Reserves. Developing sustainable tourism concession models in and around Mozambique’s key protected areas , is one way for the Government of Mozambique (GoM) to get the private sector engaged, to enable communities to benefit from tourism development, to create jobs, and to help the Mozambique’s tourism industry grow. When designed and implemented correctly, tourism concessions can greatly benefit a wide range of stakeholders, while ensuring the environmental protection of critical assets.

This Manual is designed to provide the private sector and stakeholders in general with a step-by-step guide to help them understand the process for obtaining and operating a tourism concession in Mozambique National Parks and Reserves.

SPEED-Reports-2012-005 Concessions Operator Manual

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