The study sought to examine the Micrqflnmwe services on women entrepreneurship in South
Western Uganda: A case stud~v of Kisoro District. The study objectives were; to assess the
effects of microfinance services on women entrepreneurship in Kisoro District, Uganda, to
investigate the business challenges facing microfinance services on women entrepreneurship
in Kisoro District, Uganda and to examine the various financial strategic practices that micro
finance institutions use to ii~fluence women entrepreneurship in Kisoro District, Uganda. The
study used a cross-sectional research design. The qualitative approach was used to collect and
ana~v~e data on the study topic. This design was used because It brings out clearly the
relationship between the two variables. The study was spec~ically non-experimental because
the researcher wanted to describe and make observations ofwhat the real results would befor
purposes ofmaking decisions based on thefacts to improve the situation. The target population
was 110 and it comprises of 8 officials from Microfinance Institutions in Kisoro, 35 Women
Entrepreneurs and 67 Local peasants. The rational was that all the above are stakeholders.
Target population refers to the cumulative elements of study from an environment in which
b~fornutiion is gatheredfroin. The sample si2e ofthe study consisted of104 oftarget population
and is determined through purposive and random sampling methods. Data was collected oin
primaly and secondaiy sources using questionnaires and interviews. After collecting data, the
researcher organized well-answered questionnaires data was edited and sorted for the next
stage. The data was presented in tabularform, pie charts and bar graphs withfrequencies and
percentages. The study findings revealed that 39(’39.8%,) strongly agreed and 21(21.4%) of
them agreed, and 14.3% of the respondents are neutral, 9(9.2%,~ disagreed while 15(15.3%,)
of them strongly disagreed as indicated. Therefore, this means that a sign~ficmmt number of
respondents generally agreed with the view above that when women get access to financial
services, many are able to invest in their talents by starting or expanding their own businesses.
The stu~v concludes that these are organizations se~,fselected best practices or lessons learned
utilizing criteria that could be positively be shown to promote and sustain good practices in
advancing women empowerment. The study recommends that microfinance institutions should
consider giving loans without strict conditions such as high guarantees and strong background information. This was so since women cited the above conditions before given loans.
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Research, SSA. "Microfinance Services On Women Entrepreneurship In South Western Uganda: A Case Study Of Kisoro District" Afribary.com (2021). Accessed June 18, 2021. https://afribary.com/works/microfinance-services-on-women-entrepreneurship-in-south-western-uganda-a-case-study-of-kisoro-district