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There is a sense of progression and increased empowerment among participants of the Building Livelihoods programme that is associated in…

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75.3

The percentage of Kenyan adults who use formal financial services in 2015.

Let's focus on what is intrinsically valuable in a payment: A relationship, an interface, a structured dataset.

Service providers who operate with shared values, such as reciprocity and upliftment, are likely to have greater appeal to clients.

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