About Davina Wood

Davina Wood specialises in African affordable housing finance. She has ten years of experience in the financial sector, including four years at JPMorgan’s Community Development Bank in New York City. She has experience working with the World Bank on Urban Development and Housing in Ethiopia, and has completed research projects for the Centre for Affordable Housing Finance in Africa. Davina holds an MIA in International Finance from Columbia University and a BS in Foreign Service from Georgetown University.

The Role of Savings and Credit Cooperative Organisations in Kenya’s Housing Finance Sector

By |2019-06-11T10:05:49+02:00June 11th 2019|municipal & climate finance, , , ,

Savings and Credit Cooperative Organisations play a key role for housing security in Kenya. Davina Wood explains how they work and discusses benefits and current challenges.

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