4th International Conference on Sustainable Tourism in Developing Countries


Universiteit Hasselt - Knowledge in action


Session presentations 1

Thursday 28th pm, 02.00pm - 05.00pm


Topic: Drivers and barriers for sustainable tourism.

Moderator: prof. Wineaster Anderson


Comparative Analysis of Nature and Cultural heritage on Tourists Motivational Characteristics in Tanzania
Deogratias Solole Malogo, Tanzania Tourist Board / University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Bridging the Skills Gap through partnership between the Tourism Industry and Training Institutions Offering Tourism in Tanzania
Wineaster Anderson, Department of Marketing, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Education on benefits of rural tourism development for sustainable tourism in Katse and Mohale Tourism Development area Lesotho
Limpho Lekaota, Hospitality, Tourism and PR, Faculty of Human Sciences, Vaal University of Technology, South Africa

Tourism Markers for National Parks- The case of The Netherlands
Maaike Bergsma, Stenden University of Applied Science Leeuwarden, The Netherlands / State University of Zanzibar, Tanzania

Tourism inclusion in the context of ecotourism development at Dunga Beach Kisumu
Samuel Owino Jera, Dunga Ecotourism & Environment Group, Kenya

Poverty and Responsible Tourism Development in the Global South: Emerging Corporate Social Responsibility in Tourism
Mary Ellen Kimaro, University of Namibia, Namibia

A Structural Model to Assess International Visitors’ Perceptions about Local Foods in Tanzania
John T. Mgonja, Department of Wildlife Management, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania

Can ‘the others’ construct sustainable tourism? The inclusiveness of local people in tourism industry
Nelly S. Maliva, University of Dar es Salaam Business School, Tanzania

Tanzania’s Food Production and Supply and Sustainability of the Tourist Sector: Opportunities and Constraints
Halima Mangi, Department of Development Studies, College of Social Sciences and Humanities, Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania

A Conceptual Analysis of Information and Communication Technologies Development: e-Tourism Implications for Developing Counties
Ulingeta O.L. Mbamba

Topic: Leadership, management and innovation for/in sustainable tourism

Moderator: Tommy Andersson


Operationalization of Strategic Niche Management by Living Labs as Leverage for a Sustainable Transition: Illustration by Student Work on Tourism Infrastructure in the Tanzanian Context
Bart Janssens, Faculty of Architecture and Arts, Hasselt University, Belgium

Segmenting tourist using sustainable values: cluster analysis of inbound tourist to Tanzania
Dev Jani, Department of marketing, University of Dar es Salaam Business School, Tanzania


Session presentations 2

Friday 29th pm, 02.00pm - 04.40pm


Topic: Waterfront design interventions and sustainable tourism

Moderator: Dr. arch. Bart Janssens


Building within strict terrestrial and marine nature reserves, the Eco-Architecture of Chumbe Island Coral Park in Zanzibar
Sibylle Riedmiller, Member, Board of Directors, Hotel Association of Tanzania (HAT)

The role of architects in ecotourism development: the case of the Aqua Lodge hostel in Kigoma, Tanzania
Els Hannes, Faculty of Architecture and Arts, Hasselt University, Belgium

Inspirations for the future of eco-tourism from architects perspective
Shubira Leonidas Kalugila, Department of Architecture, School of Architecture and Design, Ardhi University, Tanzania

Architectural design led approach to sustainable tourism for the waterfront development of Kunduchi in Tanzania
Peggy Winkels, Faculty of Architecture and Arts, Hasselt University, Belgium

The Architectural Potential of Marketplaces for Ecotourism along the Waterfront Developments in Tanzania: The Case of Mzizima Fish Marketplace in Dar es Salaam
Daniel Mbisso, Department of Architecture, Ardhi University, Tanzania


Topic: Dynamics of urban tourism and eco-tourism and the built environment

Moderator: Dr. Shubira Kaligula 


Sustainability and Travel Motivations: An Inbound tourist to Tanzania perspective
Saliel Kanza, Institute of Social Work, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Residents’ Attitudes, Intentions and Actual Engagement in Conservation of Built Heritage Attractions: Examining the Moderating Effect of Level of Tourism Development in Tanzania
Noel B. Lwoga, Department of Archaeology & Heritage Studies, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

The Interface between Urban Redevelopment and Tourism: A case of Dar es Salaam City Centre
Godfrey Ayubu, Ardhi University, Tanzania

Local Collaboration Network in Management of Built Heritage: A Study of Pangani Conservation Task Force (PCTF) in Tanzania
Noel B. Lwoga, Department of Archaeology & Heritage Studies, University of Dar es Salaam, Tanzania