• Celebrating Micro, Small and Medium Sized Enterprises Day: Supporting Small Businesses Through The COVID-19 Crisis

    Today, Nakiso Borehole Drilling is proud to commemorate the United Nations’ Micro, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Day

    This day was chosen by the United Nations General Assembly to recognize the importance of micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) to local and global economies in addition to their contribution to sustainable economic development.

    Small businesses, including those run by women and young entrepreneurs, are being hit hardest by the economic fall-out of the pandemic.

    Unprecedented lockdown measures enacted to contain the spread of the coronavirus have resulted in supply chain disruptions and a massive drop in demand in most sectors.

    To continue playing their crucial role in creating decent jobs and improving livelihoods, small businesses depend more than ever on an enabling business environment, including support for access to finance, information, and markets.
    Celebrating Micro, Small and Medium Sized Enterprises Day: Supporting Small Businesses Through The COVID-19 Crisis

    Let's not forget that these enterprises, which generally employ fewer than 250 persons, are the backbone of most economies worldwide and play a key role in developing countries.

    According to the data provided by the International Council for Small Business (ICSB), formal and informal Micro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (MSMEs) make up over 90% of all firms and account, on average, for 70% of total employment and 50% of GDP.

    That is why the General Assembly declared 27 June Micro-, Small and Medium-sized Enterprises Day, to raise public awareness of their contribution to sustainable development and the global economy.

    Explore this infostory to discover the full potential of the MSMEs in securing a better future of work of everyone.

    MSME Day 2020 - COVID-19: The Great Lockdown and its impact on Small Business

    These types of enterprises are responsible for significant employment and income generation opportunities across the world and have been identified as a major driver of poverty alleviation and development.

    MSMEs tend to employ a larger share of the vulnerable sectors of the workforce, such as women, youth, and people from poorer households - populations with high vulnerability in times of COVID-19. MSMEs can sometimes be the only source of employment in rural areas. 
    As such, MSMEs as a group are the main income provider for income distribution at the “base of the pyramid”.


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