to credit markets and by inadequate business training. This article focuses on a UNDP-funded and ILO-administered business training and credit guarantee scheme established in Kenya to facilitate informal sector self-employment for disabled microentrepreneurs. The sense of independence and
self-esteem derived from such schemes make them of interest to disabled people in developed as well as developing countries, and the article includes recommendations for establishing self-employment schemes in developed countries.
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