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Published on April 15, 2007

Kenya’s payment market: Identifying an enabling environment for Government to Person transfers through the banking sector

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Summary

This report describes the supply of financial services from the retail banking market in Kenya and identifies opportunities for using current and alternative payments infrastructure to support social protection payment (SPP) transfers.

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