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Waste Picker News 31 August 2014

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(English) NEPAL. Valley soon to be plastic-free zone. The Himalayan Times (29 August 2014). The Ministry of Science, Technology and Environment today said it was preparing to declare the Kathmandu Valley a plastic-free zone on Nepal’s New Year (April 14, 2015) as per the instruction of the Parliamentary Environment Protection Committee to the Office of the… Read more »

Street Vendor News 31 August 2014

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(English) EGYPT. Government outfits kiosks for street vendors to transform them into small merchants: PM. Daily News Egypt (30 August 2014) by Mohamed Ayyad. The government is arranging the establishment of stalls containing Egyptian goods and products following street vendors’ removal from Downtown Cairo to Al-Torgoman this week within government efforts to transform them from… Read more »

Waste Picker News 17 August 2014

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(English) PHILIPPINES. Model for solid waste facility eyed. Sun Star (17 August 2104) by Joy Fontanilla. At present, Baguio City produces about 360 to 370 tons of garbage a day. Approximately 122 tons are being dumped in a landfill in Urdaneta City, Pangasinan while the remaining wastes are processed in the city’s ERS and recyclable… Read more »

Street Vendor News 17 August 2014

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(English) INDONESIA. Eviction of street vendors, squatters sparks strong protest. The Jakarta Post (16 August 2014) by Dewanti A. Wardhani. The recent eviction of street vendors and squatters in Tanah Abang, Central Jakarta has sparked a public outcry, with the Jakarta Legal Aid Institute (LBH Jakarta) demanding the city administration provide livable housing and vending… Read more »

Garment Worker News 17 August 2014

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Garment Workers, Thailand, Photo by L. Tuttle

(English) BANGLADESH. Worker database seems far off. The Daily Star (17 August 2014) by Refayet Ullah Mirdha. The absence of a central database of workers and factories has left many outstanding issues unresolved in the garment sector. MYANMAR. Myanmar: From Investment Abroad to Improvement at Home. The Diplomat (17 August 2014) by Gordon Wong. Foreign… Read more »