Saving Markets in Delhi

The Self-Employed Women’s Association in Delhi uses an integrated approach to address the social and economic disparities women street vendors face

Delhi’s Street Vendors

Women vendors face irregular work and low income, a lack of skills, inadequate access to capital and resources, lack of property or assets, harassment and violence, little access to sanitation and water, and exposure to extreme weather conditions. delhi vendors

An Integrated Approach

SEWA helps street vendors face inadequate organization, restrictive government policies, the lack of legal protection, and the absence of social security by:
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Research on and resources for street vendors

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