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Publications
December 2008

Understanding the banking sector: Strengthening information and analysis in Kenya

The objective of this report is to review existing sources of detailed data and analysis about the banking sector in Kenya, assess the demand for and uses of these and make pragmatic recommendations about how any unmet demand could be met. The overall conclusion of this report is that generally the base data in Kenya […]

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Publications
October 2007

Financial Access in Kenya: Results of the 2006 national survey

The objectives of FinAccess 2006 were to: (1) provide information to policy makers about the main barriers to access, geographic or socio-economic for instance, providing an impetus for necessary reforms, (2) provide information to the private sector about market opportunities, and in particular insight into the types of products that would suit newly identified, unserved market segments, […]

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Datasets
July 2015

Agent Network Accelerator (ANA) survey Kenya 2014

The Agent Network Accelerator survey focuses on identifying the operational determinants of success in agent network management in the following areas: quality of provider support, agent & agency demographics, core agency operations, liquidity management and business model viability. The 2014 dataset is not yet available publicly, but the 2014 findings can be accessed at the […]

FIITS 2014
Datasets
July 2015

Financial inclusion insights tracker survey (FIITS) Kenya 2014

The Financial Inclusion Insights Tracker survey (FIITS) data captures data on how Kenyan access mobile communications and digital financial services, the key patterns and behaviors that mobile money users display, how demographic factors influence demand and uptake of mobile money as well as barriers to adoption and usage. Estimates from the Kenya FIITS are representative […]

FIITS 2013
Datasets
July 2015

Financial inclusion insights tracker survey (FIITS) Kenya 2013

The Financial Inclusion Insights Tracker survey (FIITS) data captures data on how Kenyan access mobile communications and digital financial services, the key patterns and behaviors that mobile money users display, how demographic factors influence demand and uptake of mobile money as well as barriers to adoption and usage. Estimates from the Kenya FIITS are representative […]

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Datasets
July 2015

FinAccess Household Survey 2013

The Kenya FinAccess demand survey measures access to and demand for financial services among adults in a nationally representative survey. The sample for the 2013 survey was based on the National Sample Survey and Evaluation (NASSEP V) developed in 2012. Estimates from the 2006 survey are statistically reliable for adults above the age of 16, […]

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Datasets
July 2015

FinAccess Household Survey 2009

The Kenya FinAccess demand survey measures access to and demand for financial services among adults in a nationally representative survey. The sample for the 2009 survey was based on the National Sample Survey and Evaluation (NASSEP IV) developed from the Population and Housing Census of 1999. Estimates from the 2006 survey are statistically reliable for […]

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Datasets
July 2015

FinAccess Household Survey 2006

The Kenya FinAccess demand survey measures access to and demand for financial services among adults in a nationally representative survey. The sample for the 2006 survey was based on the National Sample Survey and Evaluation (NASSEP IV) developed from the Population and Housing Census of 1999. Estimates from the 2006 survey are statistically reliable for […]

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Datasets
July 2015

Global Findex Kenya 2014

The Global Financial Inclusion (Global Findex) database, provides comparable indicators showing how people around the world save, borrow,make payments, and manage risk. The survey is conducted as part of the Gallup World Poll which targets a nationally representative, randomly selected sample from the non institutionalized population at or above the age of 15. The data […]