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The lack of access to finance is one of the most prevalent challenges entrepreneurs and business owners face. Due to the interest rate regulation, Kenyan banks are now much more...

The office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) defines needs assessment to be a systematic investigation of an audience with the aim of finding out individual knowledge,...

Worldwide experience proves the importance of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) within the national economies. SMEs are critical in creating employment opportunities in economies marred by high unemployment rates. Besides...

The World Youth Skills Day was marked on Monday July 15th 2019. This provided a moment to reflect on efforts being spearheaded nationally and globally in engaging youths towards...

Members of different practices and professions in Kenya need to coalesce and collectively aim at solving a problem within their field of practice. Whereas there are several professional bodies in...

Engaging in export business for Small and Micro Enterprises (SMEs) gives them a sense of superiority within their sectors. There has however been a long-held belief, albeit lopsidedly, that export...

National budgeting involves the making and implementing of public decisions regarding resource mobilization, allocation and utilization. The budget is a good indicator of a government’s policies and priorities. It serves...

The recent collaboration and signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between Kenya Climate Innovation Center and Youth Enterprise Development Fund to promote youth entrepreneurship through climate friendly ventures...