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Business in Kenya: Nairobi, Kisumu, Port of Mombasa, Nakuru

The Republic of Kenya is an East African country

  1. Jamhuri ya Kenya in Swahili
  2. Nairobi is the economic, political and administrative capital of Kenya and the largest Kenyan city
  3. The largest cities of Kenya are Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu, Nakuru, Eldoret, Kehancha, Ruiru, Kikuyu, Kangundo-Tala and Malindi
  4. Other Kenyan cities are Naivasha, Kitui, Machakos, Thika, Athi River, Karuri, Nyeri, Kilifi, Garissa and Vihiga
  5. Kenya is the largest East African Economy
  6. Kenya is considered as an African Frontier Market
  7. Main Kenyan economic activity: agriculture (75% of the Kenyan labour force)
  8. The highlands of Kenya are one of the most prosperous agricultural production areas in Africa
  9. Most important crops: tea, coffee (central mountainous regions and the Rift Valley) and horticultural products
  10. Most dynamic sectors of the Kenyan economy: tourism, higher education, financial activities and telecommunications
  11. Kenya is the financial centre of East Africa
    1. Nairobi Stock Exchange (NSE)
    2. 43 Commercial banks
  12. Tourism in Kenya is the second source of foreign exchange earnings
  13. Kenya is the most industrialised country in the African Great Lakes region
  14. Kenyan Industry and manufacturing sector: 16% of the GDP
  15. Vision 2030 of the Government of Kenya
  16. Crisis of Kenya (2007-2008)
  17. Kenya share borders with Ethiopia (861 kilometres, Adama, Awasa), Uganda (933 kilometres), Somalia (682 kilometres), South Sudan (232 kilometres) and Tanzania (769 kilometres, Arusha)

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Study in Kenya (Master, Doctorate, Business, Foreign Trade) Kenyan Students

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  1. Masters: Business in Africa, Transport in Africa, International Business, Foreign Trade
  2. Doctorates: African Business, World Trade, Global Logistics

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Naushad N. Merali (Kenyan businessman)

Kenyan population: 49,1 million people

  1. Kenyan Population density: 78 inhabitants / km²
  2. Kenyan Diaspora: 2.5 million people
  3. 2000: 31 million people
  4. 1990: 23 million people
  5. 1980: 16 million people

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  1. Area of Kenya: 582,650 km²
  2. Kenya is located in the Equator and covers the East African fault, from Lake Victoria to the Lake Turkana, and to south-east with the Indian Ocean.
  3. National Parks of Kenya: Tsavo East and West, Amboseli, Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru, Aberdares
  4. White sand beaches in the Coastal region of Kenya
  5. Mount Kenya: 5,199 meters
  6. Climate of Kenya: warm and humid tropical
  7. Counties of Kenya

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  1. Kenya is a unitary constitutional presidential republic
  2. Kenya became independent from the United Kingdom in 1963
  3. Calling code of Kenya: 254
  4. Country code top-level domain of Kenya: .ke
  5. Currency of Kenya: Kenyan Shilling (KES​)

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Bhimji Depar Shah Kenyan Businessman

Transport and Logistics in Kenya

Kenya is the largest logistics centre in East Africa

Port of Mombasa, Kenya. Gateway to Burundi, DR Congo, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia, and Tanzania

  1. Port of Mombasa
  2. Road: Addis Ababa - Nairobi
  3. Road: Kenya-Juba-Uganda (Nimule)
  4. Cairo-Gaborone Corridor
  5. Northern Corridor
  6. Lagos-Mombasa corridor
  7. Railway: Tanga (Tanzania) - Mombasa (Kenya)
  8. Asia-Africa Growth Corridor

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Trade Organisations (Kenya)

  1. Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD)
  2. East African Community (EAC)
  3. United States-East African Community (EAC) Agreement
  4. Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA)
  5. COMESA-EAC-SADC Agreement
  6. Conference on the Great Lakes Region
  7. Nile Basin Initiative
  8. Community of Sahel-Saharan States (CEN-SAD)
  9. IORA
  10. Commonwealth
  11. United Kingdom-Kenya Free Trade Agreement

IGAD Intergovernmental Authority on Development (Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, Uganda...)

  1. African Development Bank
  2. African Union
  4. Economic Commission for Africa

East African Community (EAC) Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, South Sudan, and Burundi

Kenyan ethnicities

Bantu and Nilotic groups represent 97% of the Kenyan population

Kikuyu is the largest Kenyan ethnic group (20% of the population, 6 million)

The other Kenyan ethnic groups are Luhya (5 million), Kalenjin (5 million), Luo (4 million), Kamba, Kisii, Mijikenda, Meru, Turkana and Masai.

Religions in Kenya:

  1. Christianity (83% of the Kenyan population)
  2. Sunni Islam (11%)
  3. African Traditional Religions

The two official languages are English and Swahili

  1. Swahili is a regional lingua franca.
  2. English is widely used in commerce, education and government.
  3. 69 languages are spoken in Kenya

Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) Rwanda, the Seychelles, Sudan, Eswatini, Uganda, Zambia...

Kenyan Historians 

  1. Bethwell Allan Ogot
  2. Ali Al'amin Mazrui

Bethwell Allan Ogot (Kenya)

Ali Al'amin Mazrui Kenyan Historian

Higher Education in Kenya

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