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Tour Through kenya
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Kenyas Foundation Name of Country:Republic of Kenya Location:Eastern Africa, neighboring Somalia and Tanzania Capital:Nairobi Government type:Republican Neighboring Countries:Ethiopia ,Somalia,Sudan ,Tanzania,Uganda
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Scenery
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Society There are two official languages in Kenya, English and Kiswahili. The literacy rate is 90% in Kenya. The US literacy rate is 100%. Life expectancy is 49 years old, while the US life expectancy is 79.
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Mapping it all out
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Economy A majority of Kenyans are engaged in farming The unemployment rate is 42%. The unemployment The percentage of people living in poverty is 40%.
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Economy cont GDP:Per capita purchasing power parity $1300 Currency:Kenya shillimgs Industries:small scale consumer goods , plastic, furniture,cigarettes and tobacco.
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Safari
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Religion 67% of people are Christians
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