Published on August 1, 2016

The intrinsic and instrumental value of money and resource management for people’s well-being in rural Kenya


This research sets out to identify people’s valued wellbeing goals and how different money and resource management strategies contribute to these goals. This exploration is framed within the current discourse on financial inclusion and capability and, based on Amartya Sen’s capability approach, argues for a new perspective on both concepts. 

You might also like

The mobile money revolution in Kenya: can the promise be fulfilled?

Quarterly newsletter – issue 6

The 2016 FinAccess household survey

The 2nd FSD Kenya annual lecture on financial inclusion

SACCO CIS capacity review report

Financial diaries respondent profiles: Extreme savings and thrift