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Theme: Informal Economy & WIEGO
Occupational Group(s): Street Vendors
Adaawen, Stephen A. and Stig H. Jorgensen. .  "Eking out a living: the livelihood implications of urban space regulation on street hawking in Accra, Ghana."  African Review of Economics and Finance,  Vol. 3,  Issue No. 2.
Agyei-Mensah, Alex B. and Samuel . .  "Traders on the Run: Activities of Street Vendors in the Accra Metropolitan Area, Ghana."  Norwegian Journal of Geography,  Vol. 62,  Issue No. 3.
Alcântara, André, Francisco Comaru, Geilson Sampaio, Luciana Itikawa, Luiz Kohara and Maria Carolina Ferro. .  Street Vendors and the Right to the City.  Brazil:  Gaspar Garcia Centre for Human Rights.
Alfers, Laura, Phumzile Xulu, Richard Dobson and Sujatha Hariparsad. .  "Extending Occupational Health and Safety to Urban Street Vendors: Reflections From a Project in Durban, South Africa."  New Solutions,  Vol. 26,  Issue No. 2.
Alfers, Laura. .  "Health and Sanitation is an Economic Right as Well--Just Ask Ghanaian Food Sellers."  The Global Urbanist,
Alfers, Laura. .  Occupational Health & Safety for Market and Street Traders in Accra and Takoradi, Ghana.  WIEGO.
Alila, Patrick O. and Winnie Mitullah. .  Enhancing Lobbying Capacity of Women Street Vendors: The Challenges in the Kenyan Policy Environment.  International Development Research Centre.
Anjaria, Jonathan Shapiro. .  "Street Hawkers and Public Space in Mumbai."  Economic and Political Weekly,
Anyidoho, Nana Akua. 2013-07-01T00:00:00.  City Report - Informal Economy Monitoring Study: Street Vendors in Accra, Ghana.
Anyidoho, Nana Akua. 2013-07-01T00:00:00.  Executive Summary - Informal Economy Monitoring Study: Street Vendors in Accra, Ghana.