A segmentation study to identify Kenyans whose financial needs are not adequately met by the solutions available in the financial market, and the untapped opportunities they offer to financial service providers. Overview Over the past two decades, Kenya has made significant strides in financial inclusion. According to the 2019 FinAccess household survey, 80% of Kenyan […]
This Financial Access (dubbed FinAccess) Household Survey 2019 is the fifth in a series of surveys that measure and track developments and dynamics in the financial inclusion landscape in Kenya from the demand–side.
The pricing, marketing and potential misuse of digital loans coupled with the extensive negative reporting of borrowers who have failed to repay these relatively small loans has raised a growing chorus of concern about their design and the adverse impacts they have on borrowers and the financial system more broadly.
FinAccess is a series of household surveys that measure the access, usage, quality and impact of financial services in Kenya. The five surveys so far – 2006, 2009, 2013, 2016 and 2019 – can help policymakers identify barriers to financial inclusion in Kenya. Private sector actors will also find the information useful for identifying new […]
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 […]