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Guyo S Huka
Meru University Of Science And Technology, Dean, School Of Business And Economics, Department Of Business
Investigation Into Sustainability Challenges Of The Youths Enterprises In Marsabit County, Kenya
The youths of Kenya forms a critical mass required by the nation to realize a middle level industrialized economy by the year 2030. For the youths to effectively contribute to this agenda they need to be economically empowered to harness their creativity and innovation to foster entrepreneurial development. Consequently, the government of Kenya established Youth Enterprise Development Fund (YEDF) with

Guyo S Huka Ph.D.
Senior Lecturer, Business Management, Meru
Business Training Inputs And Resultant Competencies: The Dichotomy Effects
Business training is a key intervention mechanism for building competencies of business trainees which have yielded satisfactory results around the world. Efforts to enhance business competencies of youths, women and self-help groups in Marsabit Central and Marsabit South Sub-Counties had mix results. The youth development index and gender equality index were below the national indices of 0.58 and 0.65 respectively.

Guyo S Huka Ph.D.
Senior Lecturer, Business Management, Meru
Intricacies In Business Training Implementations: Critical Components For Competence Transfer
Effectiveness of business straining implementations have been invariably affected by either internal or external factors to the training. Business trainees in Marsabit Central and Marsabit South Sub-Counties in Marsabit County displayed low percentages of business start-up survivals (32.2%), inadequate business skills and lacked financial resources. Surviving start-ups showed quite slow business growth rates and the owners experiencing low quality of

Guyo S Huka Ph.D.
Senior Lecturer, Business Management, Meru University Of Science And Technology, P.o. Box 97260200, Kenya
Imperatives Of Business Training Methods On Transfer Of Competencies
Human Resource Development (HRD) practitioners have employed various business training methods with a view of building the subjects` business competencies. The result of such interventions have yielded mixed benefits, largely depending on hosts of other internal and external factors affecting delivery of business training. Business trainers in Marsabit Central and Marsabit South Sub-Counties used Systematic Training Cycle (STC) approaches to

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