Government, through the
It seeks to measure and profile levels of access to and use of financial services by all bankable adults, across income ranges and other demographics.
The survey will be conducted by FinMark and a number of local companies and organisations.
The Research Continental - Fonkom has been engaged as the research house and will be directly responsible for the field research.
A 2011 FinScope survey showed that 40 percent of Zimbabweans are financially excluded using neither formal nor informal products/services to manage their finances but mainly rely on family/friends while 38 percent of are formally served.
Financial exclusion is particularly high in the rural areas possibly due to limited accessibility to banks and formal salaried employment opportunities and current products/services seem to focus on adults who receive a regular salary.
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