Publications

FSD Kenya publications cover a wide range of topics relevant to financial inclusion, encompassing in-depth reports, research and project briefs, technical notes , ‘how to’ guides, presentations and our annual reports and newsletters. 

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Publications
January 2009

The role of financial services in the economic empowerment of AIDS-affected households. A review of practice and options in Kenya.

In Kenya today, a variety of activities are under way to address the economic and financial constraints felt by HIV/AIDS-affected households. Financial service providers and health organisations alike have spearheaded these activities, and are making small inroads in empowering people made more vulnerable by HIV/AIDS. DAI assessed these initiatives for the Financial Sector Deepening (FSD) […]

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Publications - Report
January 2009

Financial capability in Kenya

This report seeks to provide an initial lens on the current state of financial capability in Kenya. Using existing data collected as part of FinAccess 2009, the report explores various dimensions of financial capability specifically developed to reflect ground realities that Kenyans face in their financial lives. For example, in a developed country context, a […]

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Publications
December 2007

Central Bank of Kenya survey on bank charges and lending rates booklets: 12/1/2007

The main objectives of the Survey on Bank Charges and Lending rates are: (1) To provide current and potential bank customers with regular, consistent and easily understood information on various bank charges and lending rates so that they can make informed banking choices. (2) To encourage customers to utilize this information. (3) To encourage competition […]

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Publications
August 2007

Central Bank of Kenya survey on bank charges and lending rates booklets: 3/1/2007

The main objectives of the Survey on Bank Charges and Lending rates are: (1) To provide current and potential bank customers with regular, consistent and easily understood information on various bank charges and lending rates so that they can make informed banking choices. (2) To encourage customers to utilize this information. (3) To encourage competition […]