sector; others think that its dynamism and responsiveness to demand must be encouraged, and that its effectiveness as a generator of employment and income depends upon maintaining its informal status. What is clear is that the informal sector cannot be ignored when considering the social and
economic development of the countries of the South.This article describes an initiative taken by a ENDA-Zimbabwe, which seeks to identify the promise and problems of working with informal sector artisans.
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