Described as "the cradle of humanity", Kenya is strategically situated on the equator on Africa's east coast. It is a country of scenic beauty covering an area of 600,000 square Kilometers. The Equator cuts through the country from east to west thus allowing almost equal hours of day and night. Kenya is famous for its safaris and diverse world-famous wildlife reserves such as Tsavo National Park, the Maasai Mara and Aberdares National Park that attract tourists from all over the world. It is a member of the East African Community and produces world-class athletes such as world champions Paul Tergat, Ezekiel Kemboi, David Rudisha, Samuel Wanjiru and Vivian Cheruiyot.
Kenya's capital city, Nairobi is a regional commercial hub. The economy of Kenya is the largest by GDP in East and Central Africa. The service industry is a major economic earner, mostly the telecommunications sector, and contributes 62 percent of GDP. In 2007, the Kenyan government unveiled Vision 2030, an economic blueprint that hopes to transform Kenya into a, middle-income country. The vision is anchored on three holistic pillar: economic, social and political.
Daproim Africa is situated in Nairobi, the capital city of Kenya. Kenyaâ€™s economic position in Africa is very dominant, our main resource is human resource rather than natural resources. Kenya has high technologic infiltration, practices a free market system and a stable democratic political system.
Generally perceived as Eastern and central Africa's hub for Financial, Communication and Transportation services, Kenya's Total GDP stands at $70.573 billion. The Per capita income stands at $1,725. By and large, It is considered the main alternative location to South Africa by major corporations seeking entry into the African continent. Agriculture is a major employer and the country traditionally exports tea and coffee, and more recently fresh flowers to most parts of the world.
Kenya's economy has experienced much expansion, seen by strong performance in tourism, higher education and telecommunications, and agriculture. This East and central Africa's biggest economy has posted tremendous growth in the service sector, boosted by rapid expansion in telecommunication and financial activity.
Imagine a land with vast wilderness, thick forests, wildlife, snow capped mountain peaks, mangroove swamps, cosmopolitan cities, pristine beaches combined with perfect destinations for adventure, relaxation, culture and sport. WELCOME TO KENYA! Kenya is the ultimate destination for wildlife lovers. It is home to Africaâ€™s famous â€œBig Fiveâ€ â€“ Lion, Leopard, Buffalo, Rhino and Elephant. With an incredible range of habitats. Kenya has 48 national parks and reserves, including marine parks, game ranches and private sanctuaries. Tourism is Kenya's largest foreign exchange earning sector.
Demographic Total population is reported as 41.07 million as of July 2011 Education Literacy is estimated at 85.1% (male: 90.6%, female: 79.7%). Economy GDP by sector agriculture (21.4%), industry (16.3%), services (62.3%) Politics Kenya has maintained remarkable stability despite changes in its political system and crises in neighboring countries.