New African strategy praised for recognising significance of social enterprises in informal economy

African expert hails continent’s first social and solidarity economy strategy for acknowledging those social entrepreneurs who are most isolated from policymakers, but most connected with their communities. This is the first step to supporting them, says Kerryn Krige at SEWF Policy Forum.



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