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Published on July 2, 2014

Financial diaries respondent profiles issue 3: By her bootstraps: From house-help at 9 to homeowner at 29

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Summary

This short note profiles how Carol – one of the participants in the 2012-13 Kenya Financial Diaries project – manages to leverage her average monthly income of Ksh 4000 into a permanent home for her family.

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