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Posted on April 11, 2018

FinAccess

FinAccess is a series of household surveys that measure the access, usage, quality and impact of financial services in Kenya. The four surveys so far – 2006, 2009, 2013 and 2016 – can help policymakers identify barriers to financial inclusion in Kenya. Private sector actors will also find the information useful for identifying new market opportunities.

Report/Books

Date published

The 2016 FinAccess household survey

18-Feb

FinAccess national survey 2013: profiling developments in financial access and usage

Oct-13

 

Financial inclusion in Kenya: Surveys results and analysis from FinAccess 2009

Jun-11

 

FinAccess national survey 2009: dynamics of Kenya’s changing financial landscape

 

Jun-09

 

Kenya’s financial transformation in the 21st century

 

Nov-15

 

FinAccess Business – Supply: Bank Financing of SMEs in Kenya

Sep-15

 

Financial Access in Kenya: Results of the 2006 national survey

Oct-07

 

 

Datasets

Date published

The 2016 FinAccess household survey

Feb-16

The 2013 FinAccess household survey

Jul-15

The 2009 FinAccess household survey

Jul-15

The 2006 FinAccess household survey

Jul-15

 

Data visualizations

Date published

Fin::trends

Nov-17

FinAccess 2016 financial service importance tool

Nov-16

FinAccess 2016 interactive segmentation tool

Nov-16

Chart of the week: Credit in Kenya – how big are loans, on average?

Sep-16

 

Chart of the week: Credit in Kenya, who uses it and who provides it?

Jul-16

Chart of the week: Which financial instruments matter most to Kenya’s poorest?

Jul-16

Chart of the week: The growth of digital banking

Apr-16

FinAccess indicators exploration tool

Feb-16

 

Presentations

Date published

Mapping financial inclusion: Kenya geospatial data launch

Mar-14

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