Microfinance Training Services and Financial Sustainability of Small and Medium Enterprises in Kampala Central Division, Uganda

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Henry Buwule Musoke
Bukirwa Immaculate


The study investigated the effect of microfinance training services on the financial sustainability of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Kampala Central Division. A correlational crosssectional survey design was employed. Data were collected using semi-structured questionnaires and interview guides from a sample of microfinance employees and SMEs entrepreneurs and employees. Data was analyzed using the narrative, descriptive, Pearson correlation, and linear regression analyses. Results indicate that microfinance training services affect financial sustainability of SMEs in Kampala Central Division. As the generator of new knowledge, training services must be placed within a broader strategic context of human resources management and must cover all areas of the business.

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