Article published by E-MAGIN Consortium
The best practice report is out now! The study explores existing partnerships between formal and informal actors in Ghana, identifies good practices, highlights learning opportunities and provides recommendations on formalisation at national level. Extensive literature review and qualitative interviews with 13 initiatives operating at the crossroads of formal and informal e-waste management in Ghana form the basis for this study. Additional insights on management practices were collected from stakeholders who are operating in the waste management sector and who work together with informal workers in Ghana. Furthermore the study includes a set of 5 in-depth case studies on business models of initiatives operating in the Ghanaian e-waste sector portrays their underlying reasons for their drivers and barriers.
Based on this research, a number of recommendations to public and private stakeholders as well as to the civil society were developed.Check them out under the following link: https://e-magin-ghana.com/sites/e-magin-ghana.com/files/documents/trust_be_key_final.pdf