Kenya income and expenditure study

Publication
We tracked 400 farmers for a full calendar year, exhaustively surveying them about their spending and income.

Understanding how our clients manage their money and choose to allocate their finite resources offers us insight into how we can serve our communities better, with increasingly personalized and gainful inputs and products. To better understand our clients at this level, we conducted a baseline survey of over 3,000 One Acre Fund farmers (referred to as One Acre Fund farmers or simply as “clients”). The findings from this study are available in the report “Income, Consumption, and Expenditure Analysis: One Acre Fund Kenya 2015.” That report sought to identify the characteristics of clients and how they differ across geographic areas.

Keywords

Measuring impact