Kenya is located on the Eastern Coast of Africa by the Indian Ocean. The local currency is the Kenyan shilling. The main industries include agriculture and horticulture, tourism, manufacturing, building and construction. Kenya is the economic, financial and transport hub of East Africa. The Kenyan government is committed to industrializing the health, housing, agriculture and manufacturing sectors through an agenda called the big 4.
Kenya has experienced an average GDP growth of 5.84% over the last 10 years. Over 60 languages are spoken in the country however, there are only 2 official languages spoken by majority of the population.