Analysis of Microfinance Institution Outreach on the Realization of Economic Pillar of Vision 2030: A Case of Kakamega County

Sangoro Oscar, Gongera George, Ronald Onsiro Ronald


This paper sought the analysis of microfinance institutions outreach on the realization of economic pillar of vision 2030.Microfinance institution outreach in this study is checked in terms of breadth and depth. In line with economic pillars for vision 2030, MFIs are vital in advancing credit to the communities which are financially constrained but have feasible, practicable and promising investment business ideas. This study was carried in Kakamega County which has very high level of poverty. This study adopted Cross-sectional research design and correlation design. The target population in this study consist of businesses deriving their capital from 15 micro-finance institutions both small scale and medium scale, Employees of MFIs comprising of branch manager, credit officer, risk officers and operational manager. The results indicated that MFI outreach had a statistically significant influence on the realization of vision 2030 in Kakamega. The study concluded that MFI outreach had significant positive influence on the realization of economic pillar of vision 2030

Keywords: Microfinance institution, Outreach, Vision 2030, Economic Pillar

DOI: 10.7176/RJFA/10-16-08

Publication date: August 31st 2019

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