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Kenya Financial Diaries: Executive summary

http://fsdkenya.org/publication/the-kenya-financial-diaries-executive-summary/

How do poor Kenyans manage their money? This executive summary synthesizes the key findings of the 2012-13 Kenya Financial Diaires project that looked very closely at the ways in which low-income Kenyans earned, spent, saved, borrowed and invested over the course of a year. The data from the project paint a rich picture of the […]

Posted: August 1, 2014
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VIDEO – Through Kenyan eyes: perspectives on the value of financial services

http://fsdkenya.org/video/video-through-kenyan-eyes-perspectives-on-the-value-of-financial-services/

Are formal financial services really delivering value to low-income Kenyans?

Posted: April 11, 2018
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Who’s Getting Financial Inclusion Funding in Sub-Saharan Africa?

http://fsdkenya.org/blog/whos-getting-financial-inclusion-funding-in-sub-saharan-africa/

Which countries in Sub-Saharan Africa are attracting the most funding, how is funding being used, and is the financial inclusion community’s investment making a difference?

Posted: April 5, 2018
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What can financial providers learn from chamas?

http://fsdkenya.org/blog/what-can-financial-providers-learn-from-chamas/

Why informal financial groups fundamentally embody key features of how Kenyans want their money to work to help them live well

Posted: March 26, 2018
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A promise fulfilled? Financial market development in Kenya, 2011-2015

http://fsdkenya.org/publication/a-promise-fulfilled-financial-market-development-in-kenya-2011-2015/

This report examines how the financial market in Kenya had developed and what impact on lives and livelihoods is evident.

Posted: March 13, 2018
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What do Kenyans really want from financial service providers?

http://fsdkenya.org/blog/what-do-kenyans-really-want-from-financial-service-providers/

Insights into the social value of financial services

Posted: March 12, 2018
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Why disruptive innovation in the financial sector can benefit poor people

http://fsdkenya.org/blog/why-disruptive-innovation-in-the-financial-sector-can-benefit-poor-people/

Meaningful financial solutions can help poor people manage day to day, deal with risk and invest in the future.

Posted: November 22, 2017
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Building a better compass: creating financial inclusion measures that are allied with people and their well-being, Part 2

http://fsdkenya.org/blog/financial-health-measurement-part-2/

The last blog in this series argued that using formal account access as the primary yardstick for progress in financial inclusion is a poor navigational tool for stakeholders working to strengthen the link between financial systems and the well-being of populations.  Rather than starting from a definition of financial inclusion that is focused on service […]

Posted: November 9, 2017
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Building a better compass: creating financial inclusion measures that are allied with people and their well-being, Part 1

http://fsdkenya.org/blog/financial-health-measurement-part-1/

Open a report on – or read the mandate of an organization working in – financial inclusion and chances are that in the introductory paragraph you’ll read a variation of a single sentence that motivates the whole endeavor: “Worldwide, more than 2 billion adults do not have access to an account at a formal financial […]

Posted: November 9, 2017
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10 Things You didn’t know about Financial Access

http://fsdkenya.org/blog/10-things-you-didnt-know-about-financial-access/

Financial access is accelerating

Posted: November 3, 2017