Get this from a library craft artisans in urban informal sector rabindra k mohanty study conducted at cuttack city of orissa india. The informal sector in ghana by clara osei boateng and edward ampratwum ghana office 80 percent of the ghanaian workforce is employed in the informal sector the sector is characterized by underemployment bad working conditions uncertain work relationships and low wages the majority of people are living with high income insecurity. This study examines the structures and processes that assist in the training of youth who aspire to become artisans working in the informal sector chapter 1 serves as an introduction to the report chapter 2 addresses political and socioeconomic developments in post independence tanzania. The informal sector in malawi covers a spectrum of economic activities in commerce agriculture construction transportation and service provision it absorbs more than 80 of the labor force in both the rural and urban areas. Crafts can be an important contributor to a countrys economy employing artisans that are preserving cultural heritage while generating an important source of income through the informal sector the tourism industry provides an important export market for a host of craft products
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