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Providing shelter and income for Tunisia's plastic waste pickers

By Alessandra Bajec

An association in the Tunisian capital is striving to guarantee income and decent living conditions for plastic waste pickers from an informal area of the city.

The initiative is a pioneering effort of social and solidarity economy hoping to give recognition to a group of people that are often looked down on in Tunisian society.

Alessandra Bajec has this report from Tunis.

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