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By: Ericka Sample:

By: Ericka Sample KENYA

Kenya Flag:

Kenya Flag President: Uhuru Kenyatta (2013) Deputy President: William Ruto (2013) Land area: 219,788 sq mi (569,251 sq km); total area: 224,961 sq mi (582,650 sq km) Population (2012 est.): 43,013,341 (growth rate: 2.444%); birth rate: 31.93/1000; infant mortality rate: 43.41/1000; life expectancy: 63.07

The Map Of Kenya :

The Map Of Kenya

Where is Kenya located?:

Where is Kenya located? Kenya is on the east coast of Africa. On the map, find the equator. It runs through the middle of the country. The equator explains the climate. Coastal areas have a tropical climate. The region has a lot of rain and is very hot. In the north and east, the land is arid, or very dry. Kenya shares borders with Somalia, Ethiopia, Sudan, Uganda, and Tanzania. The Indian Ocean lies along the east coast. Kenya is 224,961 square miles (582,650 sq. km.). It is about twice the size of Nevada. Tourism is important for the economy

Geography Facts of Kenya :

Geography Facts of Kenya Lake Victoria is the largest lake in Africa. It is the source of the Nile River. The lake is very shallow. In some places, the water is only 40 feet (12 m) deep. The other large lake in northern Kenya is Lake Turkana. The area around the lake is hot and very dry. One amazing feature is the Great Rift Valley. A rift is a separation in the earth's crust. The valley runs north and south through Kenya. Part of the land in East Africa and the Arabian Peninsula are pulling away from each other. The movement causes large cracks in the earth's surface . The land in between drops down to make a valley. Bubbling below the land is red-hot liquid rock called magma. When magma explodes through a hole in the earth, it makes a volcano. Mount Kenya is an old volcano. Over millions of years, wind and rain wear volcanoes down into rich soil.

What is the Climate Like in Kenya?:

What is the Climate Like in Kenya? Mount Kenya sits right at the equator. At the bottom of the mountain, the temperature is higher. But at the top, the temperature is so low that there is snow all year. Climate is affected by distance from the equator and differences in elevation. Kenya is located on the equator. The sun is directly overhead. This means that Kenya has a lot of sunshine and high temperatures. Most of the country is hot and dry. But there are some differences. The coastal areas are hot and humid all year. Humid means the air holds a lot of water. It rains often along the coast. Winds from the ocean sometimes lower the temperature

The Climographs of Kenya :

The Climographs of Kenya Climograph: Nairobi, Kenya Climograph: Mombasa, Kenya

What IS Kenya national Name?:

National name: Jamhuri ya Kenya What IS Kenya national Name? Languages: English (official), Swahili (national), and numerous indigenous languages Ethnicity/race: Kikuyu 22%; Luhya 14%; Luo 13%; Kalenjin 12%; Kamba 11%; Kisii 6%; Meru 6%; other African 15%; Asian, European, and Arab 1% Religions: Protestant 45%, Roman Catholic 33%, indigenous beliefs 10%, Islam 10%, others 2% (note: estimates vary widely) National Holiday: Independence Day, December 12 Literacy rate: 87.4% (2010 est.)

Where is the Masai Mara National Reserve?:

Where is the Masai Mara National Reserve? The Masai Mara is in southwestern Kenya on the border with Tanzania. The reserve is situated in the Rift Valley with Tanzania's Serengeti Plains running along its southern end. The Mara River runs through the reserve (north to south) hosting plenty of hippos and crocodiles and making the annual migration of over a million wildebeest and hundreds of thousands of zebras an extremely dangerous undertaking. Most of the Masai Mara is made up of hilly grassland which is fed by plentiful rain, especially during the wet months between November and June. The areas bordering the Mara river are forested and are home to over several hundred bird species.

Kenya Different Culture Foods:

Kenya Different Culture Foods Kenya Kenya has it's own indigenous menus. Different Communities have different menus unique to their livelihood. eg . Ugali and Fish Ugali is made up of ground maize flour and water. It takes the form of a cake after it has been cooked. Simply cook the floor in boiled water until it hardens. This is a favorite meal not just for the Luos in Nyanza Province but for all Kenyans. Fish is popular in Nyanza because of it's proximity to Lake Victoria and at the coast because of the Indian Ocean. Githeri This is a mixture of boiled maize and beans. This is a popular dish among the Kikuyu community mainly found in Central Province.

Kenya Law:

Kenya Law The Kenyan Constitution provides for an independent judiciary. The President has extensive powers over appointments, including those of the Attorney General, the Chief Justice, and Appeal and High Court judges. The President also can dismiss judges and the Attorney General following recommendations by a tribunal appointed by the President. Judges have life a life tenure. two levels of magistrate courts, where most criminal and civil cases are heard. The Chief Justice is a member of the Court of Appeals as well as the High Court. Military personnel are tried by military courts-martial, and verdicts may be appealed through military court channels. There are no customary or traditional courts in the country. Kenyans have a choice between national and customary law when they enter into marriage. The courts decide which law to apply incase of a dispute Defendants do not have the right to government-provided legal counsel, except in capital cases. Most Kenyan’s cannot afford lawyers as the legal fees are usually too high for the common man . Kenya's Parliament

Kenya People:

Kenya People Kenya's population is overwhelmingly (97%) comprised of people of African descent, though that group is composed of over 70 different tribal groups. Among the most significant are the Kikuyu, Kamba , Gusii , Luhya , and Luo . Kenya's primary languages are English and Swahili, though regional tribal languages abound. The current population of about 30 million people is made up of over forty ethnic groups. This ethnic diversity has created a very rich cultural way of life for the Kenyans. The National language Kiswahili is spoken by a majority of Kenya. English is the Official Language and mostly spoken in the urban centres .

References :

References Kenya (2005). Retrieved from http://www.infoplease.com/country/kenya.html?pageno=10 Looking At KENYA - Where in the World Is Kenya?, What Is the Geography of Kenya? (2013). Retrieved from http://www.jrank.org/history/pages/8365/Looking-At-KENYA.html Anouk Zijlma, (2013). Masai Mara National Reserve (Kenya). Retrieved From . http://goafrica.about.com/od/kenyatopattractions/a/masaimara.htm Retrieved From . http://www.kenyaspace.com/Mapofkenya.htm

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