The FinAccess Household Survey, commonly referred to as FinAccess, is a series of surveys jointly conducted by the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK), the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) and FSD Kenya every two to three years to establish the level of financial inclusion, as well as to measure the drivers and usage of financial services in Kenya.
The five surveys so far—in 2006, 2009, 2013, 2016 and 2019—help policymakers identify barriers to financial inclusion in Kenya. Private sector actors also find the information useful for identifying new market opportunities.
FinAccess surveys and reports
The 2013 FinAccess household survey
FinAccess national survey 2013: profiling developments in financial access and usage
Kenya’s financial transformation in the 21st century
FinAccess 2013 datasets
The 2006 FinAccess household survey
Financial Access in Kenya: Results of the 2006 national survey
FinAccess 2016 financial service importance tool
FinAccess 2016 interactive segmentation tool
FinAccess 2006 datasets
Chart of the week: Credit in Kenya – how big are loans, on average?
Chart of the week: Credit in Kenya, who uses it and who provides it?
Chart of the week: Which financial instruments matter most to Kenya’s poorest?
Chart of the week: The growth of digital banking
FinAccess indicators exploration tool