Retail Innovations

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Retail innovations
August 2015

National Health Insurance Fund (NHIF)

The National Hospital Insurance Fund (NHIF) of Kenya is a social health insurance fund that provides inpatient cover at hospitals nationwide. NHIF membership is open to all Kenyan adults and dependents who have a monthly income of more than Ksh 100. Formal sector employees’ contributions are paid to the Fund by their employers through traditional […]

Retail innovations
August 2015

MamaKiba

MamaKiba (meaning “MotherSavings”) is a mobile pre-payment service that allows Jacaranda clients to safely prepay towards delivery costs to encourage a culture of saving and reduces the financial burden of delivery. Visiting Jacaranda, a mother will first create an electronic health record which will give her the option to open a Mamakiba account. This installs […]

Retail innovations
August 2015

Energy Hub

Angaza manages a cloud-based PAYG software platform called the Energy Hub, which integrates directly with mobile money platforms (like M-Pesa) and provides a suite of online services to help distributors manage and streamline PAYG financing of solar energy systems. It also works directly with manufacturers to develop custom PAYG hardware solutions that are optimized for […]

Retail innovations
August 2015

Mobisol Solar Home Systems

Mobisol is a pay-as-you-go smart solar home solutions firm that combines solar energy with an affordable payment plan via mobile phone, comprehensive customer service and innovative remote monitoring technology. Mobisol provides solar home systems to low income customers. The systems are networked via GSM/GPRS module and panel-mounted technology, which allows for tracking of technical data and […]

Datasets
July 2015

Financial inclusion insights tracker survey (FIITS) Kenya 2014

The Financial Inclusion Insights Tracker survey (FIITS) data captures data on how Kenyan access mobile communications and digital financial services, the key patterns and behaviors that mobile money users display, how demographic factors influence demand and uptake of mobile money as well as barriers to adoption and usage. Estimates from the Kenya FIITS are representative […]

Datasets
July 2015

Financial inclusion insights tracker survey (FIITS) Kenya 2013

The Financial Inclusion Insights Tracker survey (FIITS) data captures data on how Kenyan access mobile communications and digital financial services, the key patterns and behaviors that mobile money users display, how demographic factors influence demand and uptake of mobile money as well as barriers to adoption and usage. Estimates from the Kenya FIITS are representative […]

Datasets
July 2015

FinAccess Household Survey 2013

The Kenya FinAccess demand survey measures access to and demand for financial services among adults in a nationally representative survey. The sample for the 2013 survey was based on the National Sample Survey and Evaluation (NASSEP V) developed in 2012. Estimates from the 2006 survey are statistically reliable for adults above the age of 16, […]

Datasets
July 2015

FinAccess Household Survey 2009

The Kenya FinAccess demand survey measures access to and demand for financial services among adults in a nationally representative survey. The sample for the 2009 survey was based on the National Sample Survey and Evaluation (NASSEP IV) developed from the Population and Housing Census of 1999. Estimates from the 2006 survey are statistically reliable for […]

Datasets
July 2015

FinAccess Household Survey 2006

The Kenya FinAccess demand survey measures access to and demand for financial services among adults in a nationally representative survey. The sample for the 2006 survey was based on the National Sample Survey and Evaluation (NASSEP IV) developed from the Population and Housing Census of 1999. Estimates from the 2006 survey are statistically reliable for […]

Publications -
September 2013

No more tears: Mobile app making life easier for savings groups

FSD Kenya with a software development firm Software Group are in the process of developing a mobile app – provisionally called e-Recording – that hopefully will enable groups to leave the trail of tears for good. The app, which runs on Android phones, initially leads a group through a set-up process, during which the group […]