STATUS: Nationalized Work
CHURCHES: 426 Churches
Career Missionaries Patrick & Jean Groves
KENYA – Country Information
Kenya has a population of 53.5 million as of 2020.
621,807 sq km / 240,081 sq mi (slightly smaller than Texas)
The capital city of Nairobi is sprawling city with modern skyscrapers overlooking vast shantytowns.
7% African Instituted Churches
4.1% other Christian
There are numerous indigenous languages, all fall into three categories Bantu, Nilo-Saharan, and Afro-Asiatic.
Kenya is divided horizontally by the equator with low plains rising to central highlands that are divided by the Great Rift Valley. Kenyan highlands are considered one of the most successful agricultural production regions in Africa.
Kenya is the economic, financial, and transport hub of East Africa. Agriculture being the backbone of the economy, with the Kenyan highlands are considered one of the most successful agricultural production regions in Africa. Tourism is also makes up 20% of the Economy. With Kenya’s economic success it is now ranked as a lower middle income country because of its per capita GPD.
Kenya is famous for its scenic landscapes and vast wildlife preserves.
Kenya gained it independence in December 12, 1963 from Britain. Kenya has a long tradition of musical and artistic expressions, such as oral and written literature.