The Impact of Microfinance Service Delivery on the Growth of SMEs in Uganda

This policy brief examines the impact of microfinance service delivery on the growth of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Eastern Uganda. The objectives of the study were as follows:  Establish whether MFIs service delivery lead to growth of business capital and stock accumulation; determine the affect of growth of employment of the business; influence of socioeconomic characteristics on the  growth of SMEs; and realize the constraining factors to accessing Microfinance Institutions (MFIs) services by SMEs.

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Nahamya K. Wilfred Ajanga Max Omeke, Michael Tumwine Norman Nasinyama Moses Makoha

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