Factors Affecting Savings And internal lending communities in Informal Finance Groups on Pastoral Communities in Kenya, A Case of West Pokot County

Jacob Nalanda Nasong’o


Purpose: This study has explored the factors affecting savings and internal lending communities (SILC). The specific objectives were: financial viability, financial sustainability, financial acceptability and Information and Communication Technology. The literature review is in line with the variables under this study, the target population established was 440 covering Women groups, Youth groups, elder’s council, youth association, livestock trader’s cooperative society, Financial institutions and Government agencies in Kapenguria Division.

Keywords: financial viability, financial sustainability, Information and Communication Technology and financial acceptability

DOI: 10.7176/RJFA/10-9-03

Publication date:May 31st 2019

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