Determinates of Value Chain performance of Micro and Small Manufacturing Enterprises’ in the case of North Gondar Zone, Ethiopia

Tadlo sintayehu



Recently, empowering micro and small enterprises through sustainable value chain and market linkage is one of the top ranked issues in Ethiopia taking in to consideration its tremendous contribution to the socio-economic development for the country; however, there is only little focus on analyzing the value chain of manufacturing MSEs to identify the various actors and factor affecting value chain,  identify opportunities and challenges  for  MSEs’ value chain and the role of integrated  value chin for the economic development the zone  in the North Gondar zone, Ethiopia.  The objective of this study is, therefore, to assess and analyze the value chain of MSEs’ manufacturing sectors. To achieve this objective the researcher was employed both quantitative and qualitative research approaches.   The target population of the study was all micro and small manufacturing enterprises in North Gondar zone.  A survey questionnaire, semi-structured interview, FGD and observation were used as data collection tools. Descriptive statistics, multiple and binary logistics’   regression  and  factors analysis will be used as techniques of data analysis, and then analysis results was be interpreted accordingly.

Keywords: MSEs, Value chain performance, Manufacturing, North Gondar, Ethiopia

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ISSN : 2251-1547