This document is targeted at Kenya’s key data producers and custodians and provides a summary of the Data Landscape Review’s main findings and recommendations.
The assessment of data availability and data quality in Kenya’s housing sector has highlighted a number of data gaps and limitations regarding available data. Data gaps along various components of the housing value chain affect the ability to accurately measure investment in Kenya’s housing sector, measure the contribution of housing to Kenya’s economy and measure access to finance and affordability. The majority of the macroeconomic (inflation, GDP and interest rates) and financial data gaps can be closed through the disaggregation of existing data to allow for the analysis of the housing sector.
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