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Small business management: a training manual

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dc.description.abstract The aim of this brief manual is to help expand the number of capable small and micro enterprise management trainers among the NGO staff and personnel. The first section of the manual reviews the current thinking in the promotion of small and micro-enterprises in Africa. This section will focus on how NGOs and POs can assist small scale enterprise in the practice of running business. This part will also explore the role NGOs and POs are playing in the current development of small and micro-enterprises in Africa. The second through the last section of the manual puts forward a "how to" guide on ways NGOs can assist new and emerging community based SMEs with organizing and managing their financial affairs. This section discusses, using simple and straight forward approach, how to construct a well-organized budget. The distinction between the two types of budgets, capital budget and cash or expense budget, will also be discussed in this section. Included in the manual is also a user guide which describes the minimum experience and educational requirements that targeted beneficiaries are expected to meet to be able to use the manual.
dc.title Small business management: a training manual
dc.type Technical paper

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