Calls to give Senegal domestic workers legal protection
In Senegal it is believed 40% of the country's informal economy is made up of jobs done by women.
Many of them work as domestic helps - a job that in most cases requires little formal education.
Being a maid however can also mean not having much legal protection. There are increasing calls for the government to regulate the sector.
Nadege Sinarinzi reports from the capital, Dakar.
05 Apr 2016
- From the section Africa