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In addition, a variety of support organisations and financial institutions are involved in the sector including development banks, commercial banks, finance houses, NGOs, and donor agencies. A brief description of the activities of the key players in the SSE sector are discussed below. Small Enterprise Development Corporation (SEDCO) SEDCO, which was established by Government in 1984, provides loans for the financing of fixed and working capital. The loans are repayable over 3 years (short term), 5 years (medium term) and between 5 and 10 years (long term).

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