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THE IMPACT OF MICROFINANCE INSTITUTIONS ON GROWTH OF SMES
A CASE STUDY OF KONYOKONYO MARKET -JUBA

BY TABU FLORENCE
S09B24/801

A RESEARCH PROPASAL SUBMITTED TO THE FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND ADMINISTRATION IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT FOR THE REQUIREMENTS OF THE AWARD OF DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF PROJECT PLANNING AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP UGANDA CHRISTIAN UNIVERSITY

MARCH 2012 LIST OF ACRONYMS
MFIs Microfinance institutions SMEs Small and Medium enterprises CBD Central Business district NGOs Non-Governmental organisations SHGs Self help groups

IRDP
UCBs Urban cooperative banks UCCS Urban Credit Cooperative society DCCBs District credit cooperative bank CB Cooperative banks

RDBs Rural Development Banks HFI Housing finance institutions SACCO Savings and Credit Cooperative organisations

CHAPTER ONE
INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY
1.0 IntroductionS
This chapter contains background of the study, statement of the problem, purpose of the study, research objectives and questions, scope of the study, significance of the study the organization of the research 1.1 Background of the Study

Micro-finance concept has operated for centuries in different parts of the world for example, Notable in Indonesia, cheetu in Srilanka, tontines in Ghana West Africa and pasanaku in Bolivia. One of the earliest and longest serving micro-credit organization providing small loans to rural poor dwellers with no collateral is the Irish loan Fund system initiated in the early 1700s by Jonathan swift. His idea began slowly in 1840s and became...