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Theme: Informal Economy & WIEGO
Occupational Group(s): Waste Pickers
Kuria, David and Rina Muaysa. .  Mapping of Waste Pickers and Organizations Supporting Waste Pickers in Kenya.  WIEGO.
Lala, Sunetra and Warisha Yunis. .  Role of Informal Recyclers in Small and Medium Towns in India.  India Water Portal.
Lardinois, I., J. Arroyo Moreno and F. Rivas Rios. .  Solid waste management in Latin America: The role of micro- and small enterprises and cooperatives.  Gouda, The Netherlands:  WASTE.
Legal Resources Centre and Legal Resources Trust (South Africa), . .  Access to Justice: Please Let Us Pikitup.  Legal Resources Center.
Lubaale, Grace N. and Owen Nyang’oro. 2013-07-01T00:00:00.  City Report - Informal Economy Monitoring Study: Waste Pickers in Nakuru, Kenya.
Lubaale, Grace N. and Owen Nyang'oro. 2013-07-01T00:00:00.  Executive Summary - Informal Economy Monitoring Study: Waste Pickers in Nakuru, Kenya.
Madsen, Catherine A..  "Feminizing Waste: Waste-Picking as an Empowerment Opportunity for Women and Children in Impoverished Communities."  Colorado Journal of Environmental Law and Policy,  Vol. 17,  Issue No. 1.
Magalhães, Beatriz Judice. .  Possible Choices, Valuable Meanings: an Overview of the Activities of Brazilian Recyclable Materials Pickers.  International Policy Centre for Inclusive Growth.
Mahadevia, Darshini, Bela Pharate and Amit Mistry. .  New Practices of Waste Management - Case of Mumbai.  CEPT University.
Mahadevia, Darshini and Appeeji Parasher. .  NGO Led Partnership in Solid Waste Management - Ranchi .  CEPT University.