The shop is advertising various data providers, and Grandma has just thought of talking time.
This kind of micro-shops is a solid component of all slums. The slender economy is forcing people to live from a day to another and buy portion-wrapped food items and other similar. It allows the slightly better-equipped slum dwellers to open a micro-shop, but the many disposable wrappers create major waste challenges.
As part of efforts to improve slum conditions through citizen involvement and local planning, DIB and ALTERPLAN, together with the local partners, facilitated discussions on socio-economic enterprises and household income opportunities.