Kenya
Contact Information
Office Contact:

JOHN MBUGUA K

Office Address:

IPS Building
6th Floor – Unit 9
Kimathi Street (Next to Stanley Hotel)
P.O. Box 30396- 00100
Nairobi
KENYA


Country Demographics

Capital:
Nairobi, with 3.1 million people

Population:
52,210,000

Languages:
English (official), Kiswahili (official), 42 counties who speak 69 languages, according to ethnologies

Religion:
Protestant 47.7%; Roman Catholic of the Latin Rite, 23.7%; Muslim 11.2%; irreligious 2.4%; indigenous beliefs 1.7%.

Life Expectancy:
56.64 years

GDP per-capita:
$1,700. The largest financial hub in Southeast and Central Africa

Of Interest:
Kenya is the heart of African safari country and boasts the most diverse collection of wild animals, including all the Big Five, on the continent. It lies on the Equator, yet glaciers are found on Mount Kenya, which, at 5,199m (17,957ft), is Africa's second highest peak. It is the landmark that named the country. It has been described as “the cradle of humanity,” with the discovery of some of the earliest evidence of human existence. VGR's first lending library was established in Kenya in March, 1984 Estimates of the Kenyan literacy rate range between 75 and 85.

Location:
Eastern Africa, bordering the Indian Ocean, between Somalia and Tanzania

Brother Edwin Maturwe Assistant Office Manager

Brother Obadiah Kamwati Finance Manager. A volunteer. Pastor of Nairobi’s Capstone Faith Ministry, East Africa's largest church of 3,000.

Brother Alfred Opiyo Swhahili Translations Quality Control Manager and Swahili Voice Translator. Works from his home in Siaya, Kenya.