Sessional Paper No. 02 of 1992 on Small Enterprise and Jua kali Development in Kenya
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ByGovernment Of Kenya
The paper is divided into six chapters. Chapter one discusses the role of the sector in the Kenyan economy in relation to the overall development policy and strategy. Chapter two highlights policy measures to improve the existing policy and regulatory environment. Chapter three focusses on gender-specific issues. It is indicated, for example, that women as a sub-group in the small enterprise and Jua Kali sector face certain problems that are unique to them and these have been given special attention. Chapter four discusses policy measures to improve access to credit facilities. Although a fairly-reasonable amount of loanable funds are available within existing Commercial Banks and other Non-bank Financial institutions, Small Scale and Jua Kali enterprise operators still find it· difficult to access these· resources. Chapter Five discusses measures to improve provision of non-financial promotion programmes, based on proper coordination among implementing institutions and cost effectiveness of the programmes. Chapter six provides gender for action within a period of 12-24 months after the adoption of the Paper.
PublisherGovernment of Kenya
SeriesSessional Paper No.2 of 1992;
- Sessional Papers 
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