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close this bookSustainability of Micro-enterprise Credit Schemes in Kenya's Informal Sector (K-REP, 1993, 14 p.)
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View the document1. INTRODUCTION
close this folder2. THE K-REP MINIMALIST GROUP-BASED CREDIT AND SAVINGS PROGRAMMES
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View the document2.1 The K-REP 'Minimalist' Model
View the document2.2 Key Features of the K-REP Minimalist Approach
close this folder3. CREATING SELF-SUSTAINING MICROENTERPRISES CREDIT SCHEMES
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View the document3.2 Planning for Self-Sustainability
View the document3.3 Sustainability Ladder
View the document3.4 Role of monitoring and evaluation
close this folder4. SUSTAINABILITY OF K-REP FUNDED MINIMALIST SCHEMES
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View the document4.1 Short Term Sustainability
View the document4.2 intermediate to long term Sustainability
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BIBLIOGRAPHY

Aleke-Dondo, C. and Mutua, K. 'Creating Self-sustaining Microenterprise Credit Intervention Schemes. 'In Juhudi a Micro enterprise Development Bulletin, Nairobi 1991.

Aleke-Dondo C. "Assisting the Informal Sector in Kenya. Comparative analysis of performance of K-REP assisted NGOs" Paper presented at the Critical Policy and Management Issues for NGOs in SSE Development, Nairobi 1990.

Kesterton A. "Sustainability of Financial Service Provision for Microenterprise in Kenya", Nairobi 1993.

Mutua, K. "The change from a traditional integrated method a traditional to a financial system approach". Paper presented at the GEMINI conference on small and micro enterprise development Feb., 1992.

Otero, M., and Rhyne, B. "A Financial Systems Approach to Microenterprises" Washington D.C., 1990.