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Informal work in Senegal

Worker stories

Exhausted workers having to work long hours even when sick, without taking time off for fear of being sacked, are the high-risk consequences of informal working in the transport sector in Senegal. Workers face the stark choice of working under those conditions to deliver a vital service or face living in poverty. They deserve formal contracts, regular hours and living wages. 

I am doing this job because I have no choice. Aliou, Dakar 

 

 

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