The Role Of Women Enterprise Fund In Entrepreneurship Development: The Case Of
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The Role Of Women Enterprise Fund In Entrepreneurship Development: The Case Of Bondo District, Kenya
The Women Enterprise Fund is a flagship project in the Vision 2030 and thus a demonstration of the Kenya Government’s commitment to the realization of the Millennium Development Goals, 3rd MDG on women empowerment and gender equality. Despite its launch, women entrepreneurship in Bondo District still appears low. The study aimed at establishing the extent to which the Fund had empowered women to establish entrepreneurial ventures in Bondo District, of Siaya County, Kenya. The study adopted a survey research design. The study established that WEF has been effective in women entrepreneurship development in the District by 56.8% mainly through credit provisionDownloadViews: 528

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