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Theme: Informal Economy & WIEGO
Occupational Group(s): Waste Pickers
Chintan, . .  Failing the Grade: How Cities Across India are Breaking the Rules, Ignoring the Informal Recycling Sector and Unable to Make the Grade.  Chintan.
Chintan. .  InFormal –Formal –Creating Opportunities for the Informal Waste Recycling Sector in Asia.  Chintan Environmental Research and Action Group.
CID Consulting. .  The Informal Sector in Waste Recycling in Egypt.
Cointreau, Sandra. .  Occupational and Environmental Health Issues of Solid Waste Management – Special Emphasis on Middle- and Lower-Income Countries.  The World Bank.
Cointreau-Levine, Saundra. .  Private Sector Participation in Municipal Solid Waste Services in Developing Countries.  The World Bank.
.  Cooling Agents: An Examination of the role of the Informal Recycling Sector in Mitigating Climate Change.  Chintan.
da Silva, M.C., A.G. Fassa, C.E. Siqueira and D. Kriebel.  "World at work: Brazilian ragpickers."  Occupational and Environmental Medicine,  Vol. 62,
Da Silva, Marcelo Cozzensa, Anaclaudia Gastal Fassa and David Kriebel. .  "Minor Psychiatric Disorders Among Brazilian Ragpickers: A Cross-Sectional Study."  Environmental Health: A Global Access Science Source ,  Vol. 5,  Issue No. 17.
Dandekar, Hemalata C. and Sulakshana Mahajan. .  Alleviating Poverty and Greening the City: Women Rag Pickers of Mumbai.
de Brito, Deia. 2012-03-01T00:00:00.  God is My Alarm Clock: A Brazilian Waste Picker's Story.  WIEGO Workers' Lives No. 1,