FINANCIAL INCLUSION AND HOUSEHOLD POVERTY: EVIDENCE FROM THE RURAL WA WEST DISTRICT OF GHANA

Published: 29 June 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/35v2gdgvdf.1
Contributors:
Richard Kotey,
Adams Nuhu Timbile

Description

This spreadsheet contains the data extracted from questionnaires administered for the study on the topic "FINANCIAL INCLUSION AND HOUSEHOLD POVERTY: EVIDENCE FROM THE RURAL WA WEST DISTRICT OF GHANA". This data contains responses from 358 households statistically selected from a population of 23,615 households representing 222 communities within 5 area councils across Wa West District of the Upper West Region of Ghana. Wa West District is located in the western part of the region and shares physical boundaries with Nadowli-Kaleo District to the North, Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District to the South, Wa Municipal to the East, and the Republic of Burkina Faso to the West. The data is collected on; (i) Respondent/ Hosehold Demographics (ii) Ownership and usage of account (iii) Frequency of Savings (iv) Withdrawals (v) Access to and usage of Credit (vi) Access to and usage Insurance (vii) Financial Advice (viii) Household Consumption Expenditure (ix)Advancing Financial Inclusion to Reduce Poverty. The questionnaire designed and used for the study is attached to the data.

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