MSEs already face constraints to market access, and the difficulties of sustaining MSEs affected by HIV/AIDS in supply chains is discussed, using the case of the Kenyan green beans sector as an example. The article describes promising approaches to addressing these constraints and mitigating
the impact of HIV/AIDS on MSEs, such as asset protection via financial and legal services, workplace programmes and horizontal linkages through producer associations.
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