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National Association of Street Vendors of India

October 22, 2012

Empowering the Street Vendors in Changing Indian Cities

Street vending is an important source of livelihood for nearly 2.5% of Indian population.  A substantial number of vendors are found in the urban areas. In order to safeguard livelihood and make this profession more profitable and respectable, B.M.C framed a policy for regularizing the vending profession by developing the concept of dedicated vending zones. …

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Declaration of the third StreetNet International Congress StreetNet International has held its Third International Congress from 10 – 12 August 2010 in Cotonou, Benin. 78 delegates from 33 of our 35 affiliates mainly in Africa, Asia and Latin America, representing a paid-up membership of 353 988 assembled for three days to chart the way forward …

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NASVI: Self-Help Groups (SHG)

Street Vendors being a part of the unorganized sector have little or no access to credit from the formal sector financial institutions particularly for their economic activities without which they will have to depend on private moneylenders borrowing at higher interest rates. NABARD has already started refinancing banks in rural areas for on-lending to Self-Help …

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Annual Reports

An Annual report is a consolidated report on activities of NASVI throughout the preceding year. Every year, An Annual Report is prepared and presented by the coordinator to give transparent information about activities and financial conditions of NASVI to the members, society and others. Annual Reports Annual Report 2021-2022 Annual Report 2019-2020 Annual Report 2018-2019  …

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