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This book discuses women's participation in the informal sector in Kenya.
It looks at Socio-economic attributes and how they affect the performance of women owned enterprises.
Its important to look at the social background of these entrepreneurs, because it affects the performance of their enterprises.
Yet majority of women in developing world are employed in the informal sector.
With a deeper understanding of this dynamics in the informal sector, its possible to develop strategies to deal with challenges facing women in Micro and Small enterprises.
The book will be useful to students of Entrepreneurship, Development Studies, Social Anthropology, Sociology and policy makers as it highlights the issues affecting women's participation in Micro and Small enterprises.
Zakayo Osore schooled at Nyang'ori Boys in Vihiga county and latter proceeded to University of Nairobi for his B.A in Social Anthropology and M.A in Development Studies.
Currently he lectures Development Studies at the School of Development and Strategic Studies, Maseno University.
His research interests are in informal economy and gender issues.
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