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Published 20.06.2020 10:47
In Kenya unemployed professionals have set up a road side market during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Various unemployed professionals who lost their jobs during the Covid-19 pandemic have set up a roadside market in a residential area in Kenya’s Kiambu County. Sellers at the market are selling various items such as herbal supplements and imported used goods from the trunks of their cars. They came up…
Inclusion, Unemployment,
Published 15.06.2020 10:30
In Costa Rica, the government is publishing the work of entrepreneurs to help them to find a job.
In the city of Tibás, the local government’s press and communication department is publishing informative videos about the services that entrepreneurs offer. The videos are published on the official social networks of the municipality of Tibás. The priority is to publicize the work of people who have been hit by…
Unemployment,
Published 26.05.2020 16:25
In Colombia, craftswomen manufacture embroidery masks.
Women in the city of Mampuján have had their handicraft sales hindered by the Covid-19 pandemic. They started sewing embroidery masks to sell on the internet. They consulted epidemiologists to find out which fabric is safer to protect against Covid-19 and they are being advised to keep the business online…
Unemployment,
Published 27.04.2020 18:54
In Cyprus, parents of children up to 15 years of age can apply for a “special leave” while schools are closed due to the pandemic.
They will receive a percentage of their salaries, which in the case of single-parent families will be higher. Parents who are not allowed to telework or have flexible working hours can benefit from this measure.
Unemployment,
Published 26.04.2020 21:48
Rwanda fines dozens of companies and vendors for hiking prices amid the pandemic.
The country’s trade ministry fixed prices for 17 food items including rice, sugar and cooking oil. Price-gouging raised concerns of the most vulnerable who are currently earning no income and could struggle. Prices have risen for several reasons: sellers are trying to profit, an increase in demand and the global…
Unemployment,
Published 26.04.2020 21:12
In Spain, WhatsApp is saving traditional groceries during the pandemic.
The lockdown has forced butchers and small grocery stores to reinvent themselves to serve orders from customers who previously purchased directly from the store. In Madrid, the orders at Mercado 47, a platform launched in 2016 by the city council to buy online directly from the greengrocer or fishmonger, have…

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