This chart examines the usage and sources of credit in Kenya from the 2016 FinAccess household survey. The plot on the left displays the percentage of adults by wealth group who reported to be currently using a loan from a range of formal and informal providers. An adult could have reported using a loan from more than one source […]
Drawing from the latest FinAccess household survey, this graph explores the relationship between how widely used a particular financial instrument is among Kenya’s poorest 40% and how highly valued that financial instrument is to its users. The big four: Mobile money, savings with a ROSCA or ASCA, secret cash savings at home and credit from the […]
This presentation was delivered by Julie Zollman at the private sector dialogue on achieving universal health coverage sponsored by the Kenya Healthcare Federation and the Private Sector Innovation Program for Health. The presentation emphasizes key points from FSD Kenya’s Struggling to thrive report describing the healthcare financing challenges facing Kenyan families.
The purpose of this guide is to provide an overview of the data collected during the course of the Financial Diaries project and a description of the datasets available for use.The currently available datasets from the study can be downloaded from the links below: Dataset link All transactions (cash flows) Auxiliary data (demographics, housing, education, […]
This data pack contains several files (in .csv and .dta formats) with information collected about households and household members participating in the 2012-2013 Kenya Financial Diaries study. Data captured during interviews are available on housing characteristics, ownership of assets, demographics, educational attainment, well-being, goings-on and consumption from own production. In addition, several auxiliary datasets with custom indicators on income, […]
The KHHEUS is a national household survey that explores health seeking behavior, the utilization of health services, health spending, and health insurance coverage amongst Kenyan households. The survey has been conducted three times so far; specifically in 2003, 2007 and 2013. The 2013 round of the survey was conducted by MOH in conjunction with Kenya […]