Executive Summary - Informal Economy Monitoring Study: Waste Pickers in Belo Horizonte, Brazil

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Ana Carolina Ogando, Marina Brito, Ângela Rosane Oliveira, Sonia M. Dias
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  • IEMS Type: Executive Summary

In Belo Horizonte, WIEGO partnered with five waste picker cooperatives (Asmare, Associrecicle, Coopersoli Barreiro, Coopesol Leste and Comarp) and INSEA (O Instituto Nenuca de Desenvolvimento Sustentável) to carry out this study. This report outlines key findings and policy recommendations for the city of Belo Horizonte.

IEMS Executive Summary - Waste Pickers in Belo Horizonte


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The Informal Economy Monitoring Study (IEMS) is designed to provide credible, grounded evidence of the range of driving forces, both positive and negative, that affect conditions of work in the urban informal economy in 10 cities over time. Specifically, it examines how informal workers are affected by, and respond to, macroeconomic trends, urban policies and practices, value chain dynamics, and other economic and social forces.

 

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