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Waste Picker News 25 May 2014

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(English) NEPAL. Waste mgmt project benefits garbage pickers. eKantipur (25 May 2014). The 36-month Poverty Reduction of Informal Workers in Solid Waste Management Sector Project implemented by Practical Action, an INGO working for the welfare of socially excluded groups, directly benefited 4,341 informal waste workers, the organisation’s programme chief Shirish Singh said at a programme… Read more »

Waste Picker News 11 May 2014

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(English) INDIA. Tackling urban India’s garbage crisis. The Hindu Business Line (11 May 2014) by Narendr Pani. The new system removed the role played by rag-pickers. The fact that this was a source of livelihood for the poorest did not enter the picture. As long as rag-pickers were not seen, there was no reason to… Read more »

Waste Picker News 27 April 2014

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(English) BANGLADESH. Scale up community recycling initiatives. Dhaka Tribune (26 April 2014). Waste has always been viewed as a resource by waste pickers and informal recyclers, so schemes which combine this sector with raising public awareness of the importance of fighting litter and improving recycling, should be expanded and supported. INDIA. NGO turns trash to cash, gives… Read more »

Waste Picker News 13 April 2014

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(English) INDIA. Wastepicker found dead in Dhankawdi. Times of India (13 April 2014).  A 10-year-old wastepicker was found dead at Sambhajinagar in Dhankawdi on Saturday morning. INDIA. These 8,000 workers aren’t just trash talking. Mid-day (11 April 2014) by Swapnal Tilekar. They are the unsung heroes that ensure that the city isn’t run over with heaps and… Read more »

Waste Picker News 30 March 2014

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(English) INDIA. Waste-picker from city loses chance to speak at world forum. The Indian Express (30 March 2014). Suman More was among the three Indian women selected to speak at the event. The Spain Embassy refused to provide transit visa to all three saying they do not have sufficient “financial health” to return to their country… Read more »