Street Foods: Urban Food and Employment in Developing Countries

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General Index
Adalemo, Ayinde, 142-4
aflatoxin, 190
African-American Institute in Lagos, 142-3
Agboh, V. Aina, 132
age of vendors, 65, 82, 154, 155-6, 169
agriculture and vendors, 115-7, 126-7, 167
Akinyele, Isaac, 137, 139-42, 145
Awotidebe, G. A., 139
Bangladesh Rural Action Committee (BRAC), 89-90
Bapat, Meera, v, 224 n1
Barth, Gerald, 45-46
Bayin, Chris, 35
Benninger, Chris, v
Bijlmer, Joep, 37-8, 218 n12
bribes, 121, 170
buka, 128-9, 138, 140 (see also street food enterprise, by type)
Canada Fund for Local Initiatives, 105
capital for start-up, 55, 83, 166-7, 169-71
carts, 30, 57-9, 100, 107-8, 198-9, 207 (see also street food enterprise, by type)
catering on contract, 15-6, 123, 181
Catholic Relief Services (CRS), 105, 188
Chaney, Elsa, 12
Chapman, Barbara, 13-14, 33, 218 n11
child care, 142, 144
children (see also schools) as customers, 26, 33, 71, 120, 132, 185 selling street foods, 27, 156
Chulalongkorn University Social Research Institute (CUSRI), 64-5
city size and street foods, 14, 37-8, 64, 72, 80, 123, 149-51
committees, local advisory, 6, 11, 14, 35, 45-6, 58, 101,198-9
consignment sales, 49, 169
Coptic Evangelical Organization for Social Services (CEOSS), 95, 109
credit, 169-70, 196-207, 210 (see also rotating/revolving savings groups, customers, credit for meals of)
in Dakar, 123
in Iloilo, 55
in Jakarta, 35
in Manikganj 82, 89-90
in Minia, 105-7
for supplies, 82, 118
crisis fund, in Minia 109
customers, 51-2, 85-7, 183-7 (see also children)
credit for meals of, 53, 83, 173
educating, about safety, 40
gender differences in, 51, 70-1, 85, 120, 129, 186
special treatment for regular, 53, 166
De Guzman, Patrocino, 58-9
dependency on street foods: don't cook at home, 51, 71-2, 214
education, 44, 50, 66, 82, 123, 157-9
employees, 66, 48-9, 78, 134, 166-9
enterprise. See street food enterprises ethnic or religious differences among vendors in Chonburi, 61, 63, 69-70

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