October, 2016
AeT - Traders Present Infrastructure Needs to City Officials: A Milestone in Constructive Engagement

This blog post was written by Tasmi Quazi of AeT. "On 19 October 2016, trader leaders from three informal market districts that have been a part of the Kanyenathi Project presented their infrastructure needs to key city officials responsible for developing and managing informal trade, namely the Business Support Unit (BSU). This was a milestone for both parties who have had a history of a conflictual and erratic relationship marked by the selective and superficial application of consultation at best and more commonly, where punitive action or resistance has been the norm."

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