A study of rural tourism management and its role in rural development of AfghanistanAuthor(s):
Rural tourism management and its role in rural development of Afghanistan is embodied as a tool for economic and social development of one of the most important modern occupations in rural areas. In the economic dimension, it takes a step to reduce poverty by developing small employment centers, increasing and transforming at-risk resources into high-yield resources with profitability and income distribution. In the social dimension, it causes entrepreneurship and prevents migration, more connections of villagers with other communities and diverse cultures, and the introduction of local identity, welfare and ultimately the development of rural tourism.
Afghanistan, with its good geographical and historical location and natural potential for attracting tourists, receives thousands of domestic and foreign tourists every year, which in addition to spending leisure time, also boosts the economic market to some extent. The purpose of this study is to identify rural tourism management and its role in rural development in Afghanistan. The research method in this article is descriptive and analytical based on documentary and library studies (books, articles, and journals, quarterly). Findings and results of this study have shown that rural tourism management and its role in the development of rural Afghanistan, has not been very useful and valuable. Adaptive programs and activities in this industry have been very weak due to the existence of security, political, cultural, economic and social problems. Pages: 63-69 | Views: 211 | Downloads: 64Download Full Article: Click Here
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Sharifullah Habibyar. A study of rural tourism management and its role in rural development of Afghanistan. Int J Adv Acad Stud 2020;2(4):63-69.