Republic of Kenya is a country in the eastern part of the African continent. The country's border neighbors are Ethiopia, Somalia, Tanzania, and with Lake Victoria, Uganda and South Sudan. In addition, the Indian Ocean is located in the southeast of the country. It's Area is 582,646 km2. And the capital is Nairobi.
Cities in Kenya
Kenya phone code: +254
Kenya Currency: Kenyan Shilling
Baragoi, Bungoma, Busia, Dadaab, Diani Beach, Eldoret, Embu, Kilifi, Kisii, Kisumu, Nyahururu, Nyeri, Ruiru, Watamu, Webuye, Wundanyi ...
The country's economy is based on agriculture and animal husbandry. Industry is undeveloped and tourism is an important source of income.
Most produced and exported products tea, coffee and insect-eating fleas are the main ones. Kenya is the first in the world in the production and export of insect-eating flea.
Other important agricultural products are peanut, sugarcane, banana, corn, wheat, rice, potatoes, cotton and peanuts.
Animal husbandry in Kenya has developed. Most cattle, sheep and goats are fed. From these animals, meat is produced to produce in non-dry seasons.
The industry in Kenya has not developed. The industry is in the form of processing of agricultural raw materials and processing of light consumption materials. In addition, oil refineries, motor vehicles installation, cement and textile industries have developed.
The majority of Kenyan exports are agricultural products. The most exported products; Coffee , tea and flea plant that eats insects . In addition, sisal cannabis, willow bark, canned meat and skin are also exported. The industrial products it exports are gasoline, cement and soda powder.
Kenya Exports Products
Tea, Cut flowers, Coffee, Pulses and Titanium Ore are available.
Kenya Imports Products
Refined Oil, Packaged Medicines, Cars, Delivery Trucks and Telephones.
Kenya Exports Countries
The United States, the Netherlands, Uganda, Pakistan and Great Britain.
Kenya Imports Countries
China, India, Japan, United Arab Emirates and South Africa.
Nations Living in Kenya
More than forty ethnic groups live in the country, the most crowded community, the Kikuyular (a branch of the tapes, 23%), Luhya (15%), Luo (13%), Kalenjin (12%), Kamba (10%), Kisii (6) While Meru (6%) and other Africans (14%) constitute Arab, Asian (Indian) and Europeans (1%).
Kenya’s Spoken Languages
Official languages are English, Swahili