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Financial inclusion of urban street vendors in Kigali

Diane Irankunda and Peter Bergeijk

No 636, ISS Working Papers - General Series from International Institute of Social Studies of Erasmus University Rotterdam (ISS), The Hague

Abstract: Ubu bushakashatsi bwize kubacuruzi bo mu muhanda mu karere ka Nyarugenge Kigali (Rwanda) guhera mu kwezi kwa Nyakanga kugeza muri Kanama 2017. Hifashishijwe uburyo bw’ikusanyamakuru butandukanye aribwo ibiganiro by’imbona nkubone (interviews) ndetse nurutonde rw’ibibazo (questionnaires). Ubu bushakashatsi bwasuzumye uburyo abakora ubucuruzi butemewe n’amategeko bakorana nama banki cyangwa ibigo by’imari iciriritse bugamije kongerera ibimenyetso abafite munshingano gufata ibyemezo kubakora ubucuruzi butemewe n’amategeko ndetse n’uburyo bagana amabanki n’ibigo by’imari iciriritse. Ubusesenguzi bw’ubu bushakashatsi bushimangira agaciro kuburinganire mukugira konti muri banki cyangwa mubigo by’imari iciriritse kubushake cyangwa kugahato bw’abakora ubucuruzi butemewe n’amategeko. Ariko bukavuguruza ibijyanye n’imyaka ndetse n’urwego rwamashuri kuri aba bacuruzi bo mumuhanda. Ubu bushakashatsi bwagaragaje ko kuba hari ikigo cy’imari mu mudugudu utuwemo naba bacuruzi bo mumuhanda byongera amahirwe menshi yo gukorana nacyo.

Keywords: Rwanda; financial inclusion; gender; location; street vendors; mixed methodology (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: 22
Date: 2018-03-16
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