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Federation Nationale des Syndicats (FENASEIN)

Federation Nationale des Syndicats (FENASEIN)

Souley Zeinabou, President of FENASEIN in Niger, speaking at International Labor Conference 2014

Associação da Economia Informal de Moçambique (AEIMO)

Associação da Economia Informal de Moçambique (AEIMO)

The Informal Economy Association of Mozambique (Associação da Economia Informal de Moçambique, AEIMO) in Mozambique was founded in 1999.  As of 2012, AEIMO had more than 4200 members.  Most of ASSOSTI’s members are street traders, but a small percentage of the members come from other informal worker sectors.

ASSOTSI’s objectives are to:

WIEGO Newsletter - August 2013

Covering the period January–June 2013

WIEGO e-News January-June 2012


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WIEGO Newsletter - June 2011

Covering the period July 2010–June 2011

WIEGO e-news July 2010-June 2011Full-color pdf version

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WIEGO Newsletter - January 2012

Covering the period July 2011 - December 2011

WIEGO e-News July - December 2011

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WIEGO Newsletter - August 2012

Covering the period January - June 2012

Boletín Informativo de WIEGO - Agosto 2012
Cubriendo de enero a junio de 2012

WIEGO Newsletter - February 2013

Covering the period July–December 2012

WIEGO e-News January-June 2012


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WIEGO Publication Series

This series features selected publications by WIEGO researchers, members/partners produced since 2008. It aims is to contribute to existing knowledge on the informal economy. Working Papers and Briefs, listed below, provide user-friendly documentation for those involved in advocacy, policy and research on the informal economy. The WIEGO Publication Series is coordinated by the WIEGO Research Team. 

Focal Cities: Activities and Outcomes in Accra

Ghana - NHIS Registration Day

Dorcas Ansah has coordinated WIEGO’s efforts for five years across several sectors of informal workers in Accra.

UNIFEM’s Progress of the World’s Women 2005: Women, Work & Poverty

UNIFEM (now called UN Women) asked WIEGO to write the 2005 issue of Progress of the World’s Women – UNIFEM’s biennial flagship publication– on the topic of “Women, Work, and Poverty.” Officially launched at the United Nations on September 16, 2005 to coincide with the Millennium Development Summit, the publication focuses on employment, especially informal employment, as a key pathway to reducing poverty and gender inequality.