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Published on January 1, 2012

The search for inclusion in Kenya’s financial landscape: Annex 3 – Maps and visual representations

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Summary

This Annex contains maps displaying financial services usage patterns in Kenya based on the 2009 FinAccess survey. Five maps present spatial variation in estimated usage at a fine scale for the main formal, semi-formal and informal services in Kenya, namely, banks, M-PESA, MFIs, SACCOs and ROSCAs. In additional, visual representations show financial service use in the three research sites of the “Search for inclusion in Kenya’s financial landscape” study: Kitui, Nyamira and Karatina. These representations show the relationship between people surveyed and the plurality of financial providers they use and which exist in the locations where they live and work.

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