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WIEGO May 16
NEW: 10 yrs of research reveals important role informal vendors play in urban food systems & in of poorer households. & share insights from 15 cities in Sub-Saharan Africa:
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Colin Williams #FBPE May 20
Poverty spurs on entrepreneurship in Kilimanjaro...residents take to informal trading for a living
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Annamarie K. Kiaga May 16
Replying to @KKashaija
When the focus is the celebration never ends!
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OECD Development Centre May 24
In the absence of effective policies to manage risks in the informal economy, workers and their families will remain vulnerable. See our full joint report with 👉
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Fiona Hukula Dec 21
Boroko market packed today. Supporting our
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South Solidarity Mar 7
Women in come together on the eve of to demand their recognition & rights. Street vendors, home-based workers, construction workers, agricultural workers, & domestic workers want work spaces, access to amenities &
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Asiye eTafuleni Mar 1
There are dynamic and supportive networks within the - read our latest blog to find out more: "An Unnoticed Urban Curiosity"
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IMF Feb 1
A good social safety net can cost as little as 0.5% of GDP. “Countries can’t afford not to do it.” Listen to the featuring economist David Coady.
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Lissette Aliaga Linares Feb 18
Bogota’s fines demonstrate the misuse of the to delegitimize PEOPLE’S right to enjoy public space. When authorities criminalize street trade, everyone, even the pedestrian loses. Adding to the evidence I wrote about in
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EESC AmLat y Caribe Dec 6
🔴 Starting shortly! The 3rd meeting of the Joint Consultative Committee on , & Stay tuned for our tweets. Find out more 👉🏽
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Cities Alliance Apr 27
In Monrovia, Cities Alliance has supported the establishment of a mapped area for traders to tend their stalls and trade without harassment. So far, 529 secure trading sites have been allocated for informal workers.
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Naveed Iftikhar Feb 13
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Mario Faria da Cruz Dec 4
Privileged to attend the ⁦⁩ 2018 organized by ⁦⁩ & share my thoughts on in building the new financial system for every Angolan including .
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Annamarie K. Kiaga May 6
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Alex Litu Feb 19
Walking through Nairobi looking for a spare part for a friend's car led me to an informal garage as the broken part isn't available in formal shops. These mechanics have a solution to everything!! They can restore it. I love their innovation and resilience 👌🏿
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United Nations India Feb 20
Ahead of , 's Executive Director met with civil society activists and women engaged in the informal sector in , to understand their challenges and find strategic solutions to accelerate women's economic empowerment in the
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WIEGO May 22
DYK: Nearly 9 in every 10 of those who work in Sub-Saharan Africa work in the ? New article, "Women’s informal employment in Africa: New terrain of worker struggles" by & in !
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OECD Development Centre May 21
Replying to @ilo
Globally, people in rural areas are almost twice as likely as those in urban areas to be in informal employment: 80% vs. 43.7%. For the full joint report with 👉
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Navbahor Imamova Dec 27
: “Inflation is our major problem. We have to focus on real economy. Integrating and balancing our budget are top challenges. is still not reliable.” Annual address, Tashkent.
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YUX Design May 11
NEW STORY How to talk about money with the informal sector in Africa ?
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