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Cost of Living Comparison in Kenya 2020

Spending, Expenses and Savings Comparison in Kenya

The average person in Kenya spends around 73% of their income and saves approximatly 27%.
Percentage of Income
Average per month
Monthly Income 88,900 KES
Monthly Spending 73%
65,000 KES
Monthly Savings 27%
23,900 KES
Breakdown of monthly expenses and spending:
Percentage of Income
Average per month
Groceries / Food 13%
11,300 KES
Rent 18%
16,100 KES
Healthcare 5%
4,060 KES
Water / Electricity 5%
4,060 KES
Bank Loans 7%
6,560 KES
Transport / Vehicle 8%
6,750 KES
Schools / Education 7%
6,400 KES
Other Expenses 11%
9,740 KES

Marital Status: Single


Cost of living comparison for Single people in Kenya. Comparing monthly spending with monthly money saved.
Percentage of Income
Average per month
Monthly Income 73,100 KES
Monthly Spending 73%
53,700 KES
Monthly Savings 27%
19,400 KES
Breakdown of monthly expenses and spending:
Percentage of Income
Average per month
Groceries / Food 11%
8,160 KES
Rent 23%
16,900 KES
Healthcare 4%
2,940 KES
Water / Electricity 6%
4,230 KES
Bank Loans 4%
2,660 KES
Transport / Vehicle 10%
7,080 KES
Schools / Education 4%
2,560 KES
Other Expenses 13%
9,200 KES


Marital Status: Married


Cost of living comparison for Married people in Kenya. Comparing monthly spending with monthly money saved.
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Children
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Child
2
Children
3
Children
Percentage of Income
Average per month
Monthly Income 84,300 KES 71,900 KES 119,000 KES 142,000 KES
Monthly Spending 73%
61,900 KES
76%
55,000 KES
70%
83,600 KES
74%
106,000 KES
Monthly Savings 27%
22,400 KES
24%
16,900 KES
30%
35,000 KES
26%
36,300 KES
Breakdown of monthly expenses and spending:
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Children
1
Child
2
Children
3
Children
Percentage of Income
Average per month
Groceries / Food 13%
10,700 KES
20%
14,400 KES
12%
13,900 KES
11%
16,000 KES
Rent 20%
16,900 KES
17%
11,900 KES
11%
13,200 KES
21%
30,200 KES
Healthcare 8%
6,710 KES
7%
5,000 KES
4%
4,530 KES
3%
3,700 KES
Water / Electricity 5%
4,070 KES
5%
3,270 KES
4%
4,280 KES
3%
4,200 KES
Bank Loans 7%
5,930 KES
6%
4,140 KES
12%
14,300 KES
10%
13,600 KES
Transport / Vehicle 8%
6,500 KES
7%
5,080 KES
6%
7,550 KES
5%
6,400 KES
Schools / Education 1%
790 KES
10%
6,830 KES
11%
12,900 KES
12%
16,800 KES
Other Expenses 12%
10,400 KES
6%
4,330 KES
11%
13,000 KES
10%
14,800 KES

Cost of Living Comparison By City


IncomeSpendingSavings
Percentage of income
Average per month
Eldoret50,000 KES96%
48,000 KES
-96%
2,000 KES
Embu100,000 KES70%
70,000 KES
-70%
30,000 KES
Garissa35,000 KES74%
26,000 KES
-74%
9,000 KES
Kericho35,000 KES78%
27,400 KES
-78%
7,600 KES
Kiambu120,000 KES65%
78,000 KES
-65%
42,000 KES
Kisumu88,800 KES90%
79,900 KES
-90%
8,850 KES
Mombasa90,000 KES84%
76,000 KES
-84%
14,000 KES
Nairobi91,600 KES71%
65,300 KES
-71%
26,300 KES
Naivasha33,000 KES85%
28,000 KES
-85%
5,000 KES
Nakuru145,000 KES56%
81,000 KES
-56%
64,000 KES
Nanyuki40,000 KES75%
30,000 KES
-75%
10,000 KES

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