Research Papers/Topics in Hotel Management And Tourism

Environmental Conservation And Recreational Park Development In Uganda, A Case Of Centenary Park

The objective the study was to examine the impact of the environmental conservation guidelines :>n the development of recreational parks in Uganda, the Centenary Park being a case in point, to find out how the environmental conservation policies have been designed to regulate the ievelopment of recreational parks in Uganda., to establish the level of impact of the mvironmental policy direction in the development of recreational parks, to find out the remedies tdopted to ensure that parkl...

Effects Of The Post Election Violence On The Hospitality Industry In Kenya Case Study : The Nairobi Serena Hotel

TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATION ....................................................................................... iAPPROVAL ............................................................................................. iiDEDICATION ........................................................................................ iiiACKNOWLEDGEMENT ......................................................................... ivTABLE OF CONTENTS ................................................................

Effect Of Food Hygiene Practices And Sales Performances Case Study Equatorial Hotel

ABSTRACTThis study is to assess the effect of food hygiene on sales performance .How foodhygiene does really contribute towards sales performance in a food serviceestablishment. in Uganda of which was relied on as a case study of Equatoria hotel inKampala. The hotel industry, in this case equatorial hotel has put emphases on foodhygiene in the way to increase sale performance.The study was done using both primary and secondary sources of date of whichtextbooks, newspapers, brochures, i...

The Impact Of Tourism Activities On Ggaba Landing Site

TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATIONAPPROVALDEDICATIONACKNOWLEDGEMENTCHAPTER ONETHE PROBLEM AND ITS SCOPE1.0 Introduction1.1 Background of the Study1.2 Statement of the Problem1.3 Research Objectives1.3.1 General objective1.3.2 Specific objectivesResearch Questions1.6 Scope1.6.1 Geographical ScopeMap of Ggaba landing site1.6.2 Content scope1.7 Significance ofthe Study1.8 Conceptual frameworkCHAPTER TWOLITERATURE REVIEW2.0 Introduction2.1 Concept ofTourism2.2. Tourism activities around Ggaba2.3 Impact...

Assessment Of Uganda Government ‘S Contribution To Tourism Training Institutions In Uganda: A Case Study Of The Hotel And Tourism Training Institute Jinja

AbstractTourism is one of the world’s leading industries, and it contributes greatly to Uganda’seconomy. Like all service industries, the quality of service offered is vital for favorablecompetition in the world market, and quality service delivery depends on the level oftraining and professionalism of the service providers.Tourism is also a practical field with high costs of training which raises the overall costof pursuing an education in tourism. In Uganda in particular, the cost...

The Impact Of Customer Satisfaction On Hospitality Industry In Uganda. A Case Study Of Hotel, Africana

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The Social Economic Effects Of Tourism Development To The People Since The End Of The 1994 Genocide In Rwanda, Case Study Of Musanze District

ABSTRACTThe study examined the social economic effects of tourism development to the people sincethe end of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda. Objectives that guided the study included; toexamine the benefits of tourism to the people in Musanze district since 1994, to examine thechallenges to tourism development in people in Musanze district since the end of the 1994genocide and to establish strategies through which the social economic life of the people inMusanze district may be improved thro...

Assessment Of Tue Contribution Of Cultural Tourism To,Vards Income Generation. Case Study Central Uganda

ABSTRACTThe study was carried out to know the contribution of cultural tourism towards incomegeneration central Uganda. The researcher used the following objectives of research on hissearch for relevant information. To assess the different cultural tourist attractions in centralUganda; to identify the categories of tourists or visitors who visit these cultural sites; to assessthe income generating capacity of these cultural sites; and finally to assess the contribution ofcultural tourism...

The Use Of Mbagatffi River For Recreational Activities And Its Impacts On Nairobi National Park

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Small And Medium-Sized Tourism Enterprises As Drivers For Inclusive Growth: Perspectives Of The Regulatory Framework In Mombasa County

ABSTRACTThe Tourism sector plays a significant role in the development of many economies worldwide. Ideally, the sector has been credited with the creation of millions of jobs to populations globally. Although tourism has experienced continued growth over the years, the nature of employment the sector has generated still remains an issue of discussion. In fact, there has been wide-ranging apprehension that despite this growth, the sector has not availed satisfactory opportunities for the crea...

Nairobi’s five star hotels corporate social responsibility programmes and their impact on society.

ABSTRACT Corporate Social Responsibility, otherwise known as CSR, has been defined as the continuing commitment by businesses to contribute to economic development while improving the quality of life of the workforce and their families, as well as the local community and society. Studies have shown that businesses can no longer ignore communities within their areas of operations otherwise they risk harmonious coexistence. For many companies, managing CSR is no longer seen as an extra co...

The Influence Of Customer Service And Customer Satisfaction On Tourists’ Frequency Of Visitation To Hotels In The Western Kenya Tourism Circuit

ABSTRACTTravel and tourism is the largest, fastest growing sector and important part of the world economy today. It is the world's number one employer and in Kenya it represents more than 10% of gross domestic product. Western Kenya is an area of great geographical, agricultural, cultural and natural diversity, offering the tourists just as much, if not more, than many of Kenya’s better known tourist destinations. Despite the attractions and hospitality facilities in the western tourist cir...

RESIDENTS' PERCEPTION OF THE EFFECTS OF OGUAA FETU AFAHYE AND PANAFEST EVENTS IN CAPE COAST, GHANA

ABSTRACTThe impact of special events on host communities has been well documented. Relatively few studies have examined the effects of local events on host communities, especially in Ghana. The purpose of this thesis was to investigate residents’ perception of the effects of two local events, precisely Oguaa Fetu Afahye and PANAFEST events in Cape Coast. Primary source of data was employed during the fieldwork, which was undertaken between December, 2017 and January, 2018. Data was gathered...

SAFETY AND SECURITY OF TOURISTS AT THE KAKUM NATIONAL PARK, GHANA

ABSTRACTThe importance of safety and security of tourists at attraction sites is ofparamount concern. However, literature which takes into consideration bothtourists’ and management’s perspectivesat these sites is underrepresented.With theaid of structured open and close ended questions, a total of 387 local and foreigntourists as well as 13 management were involved in a cross-sectional study oftourists’ safety and security at the Kakum National Park, Ghana. A safety andsecurity framewo...

Assessing the impact of thermal strains on Senior High School kitchen workers

Kitchen staffs by virtue of the kind of work that they undertake are exposed to a plethora of heat strains as well physiological stress. The purpose of this study was to assess the influence of thermal conditions on productivity of kitchen workers in senior high schools in Kwahu South Municipality. Forty (40) kitchen staff sampled using purposive sampling method for the study. The descriptive research design was employed with a questionnaire and observation checklist being the tools for ...


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