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The perception of local residents on agro-tourism development as a livelihood diversification for coffee farmers

a case study in Tikala Municipality, North Toraja, Indonesia

The perception of local residents on agro-tourism development as a livelihood diversification for coffee farmers

a case study in Tikala Municipality, North Toraja, Indonesia

Samenvatting

Torajans have been relying on subsistence agriculture as a main source of livelihood both in crops for consumption and cash crops. In the past few years, the contribution of agriculture to livelihood in North Toraja has been showing negative trend. Some of the factors which caused the negative trend in agriculture production are climate changes, migration which resulting in labour shortage in North Toraja and the dependency of local community on remittance. The objective of this study is to provide knowledge and information for DAO about the local residents’ perceptions on agro-tourism development as a livelihood diversification as well as provide recommendation on how to run agro-tourism from local residents’ perception in order to increase the income and well-being of coffee farmers.

OrganisatieVan Hall Larenstein
AfdelingManagement of Development
PartnersHogeschool Van Hall Larenstein
Datum2020-09-01
TypeMaster
TaalEngels

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