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Publications
October 2013

FinAccess National Survey 2013: Profiling developments in financial access and usage in Kenya

The objectives of FinAccess 2013 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 will suit newly identified, unserved […]

Publications
May 2012

Driving change through technology: The Postbank example

“You are finally a real bank.” This quote from a customer exemplifies the deep change that Postbank has undergone, moving from an antiquated passbook system into the modern world of cards and point of sale devices. It has been a challenging journey, both internally and externally. As Postbank has sought to professionalise within, the competitive […]

Publications
June 2011

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

FinAccess 2009 documents a dramatic shift in Kenya’s financial landscape over the two and a half years since the previous survey in 2006. There has been a significant jump in the proportion of formally included (26.3% to 40.5%), mainly driven by the advent of mobile money. A lesser but still impressive contributor to formal inclusion […]

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June 2009

FinAccess National Survey 2009: Dynamics of Kenya’s changing financial landscape

The objectives of FinAccess 2009 was 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 will suit newly identified, unserved market […]

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) […]