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Independence / Republic Days
Independence : 12 Dec 1963
Republic declared : 12 Dec 1964


Current Time in Nairobi (Kenya)

Weather in Kenya
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Calling code

Kenyan shilling (KES)

Geographic Coordinates
1 00 N, 38 00 E

Official languages

Key resources
Kenya Government
Wikipedia results for Kenya
CIA Factbook For Kenya
UNICEF in Kenya
World Bank in Kenya
World Bank Data for Kenya
CSR in Kenya


Kenya Flag Description
Three equal horizontal bands of black (top), red, and green; the red band is edged in white; a large Maasai warrior's shield covering crossed spears is superimposed at the center; black symbolizes the majority population, red the blood shed in the struggle for freedom, green stands for natural wealth, and white for peace; the shield and crossed spears symbolize the defense of freedom.

Kenya National Anthem
Swahili lyrics
Ee Mungu nguvu yetu
Ilete baraka kwetu
Haki iwe ngao na mlinzi
Natukae kwa Undugu
Amani na uhuru
Raha tupate na ustawi.

Amkeni ndugu zetu
Tufanye sote bidii
Nasi tujitoe kwa nguvu
Nchi yetu ya Kenya
Tuwe tayari kuilinda

Natujenge taifa letu
Ee, ndio wajibu wetu
Kenya istahili heshima
Tuungane mikono
Pamoja kazini
Kila siku tuwe na shukrani

Kenya National Anthem
English Translation
O God of all creation
Bless this our land and nation
Justice be our shield and defender
May we dwell in unity
Peace and liberty
Plenty be found within our borders

Let one and all arise
With hearts both strong and true
Service be our earnest endeavour
And our homeland of Kenya
The heritage of splendour
Firm may we stand to defend

Let all with one accord
In common bond united
Build this our nation together
And the glory of Kenya
The fruit of our labour
Fill every heart with thanksgiving.

Nobel Peace Prize Winner from Kenya
Prof. Wangari Muta Maathai
Prof. Wangari Muta Maathai (1940-2011) in 2004 became the first woman from Africa to be honoured with the Nobel Peace Prize. She started the Green Belt Movement in 1977, working with women to improve their livelihoods by increasing their access to resources like firewood for cooking and clean water. She became a great advocate for better management of natural resources and for sustainability, equity, and justice. Prof Wangari passed away on 25th September, 2011, after a prolonged and bravely borne struggle with cancer.
Read More   Nobel Peace Prize Ceremoney    Video Interview of Prof Mathai

Right Livelihood Award (Regarded as the Alternate Nobel Prize ) Winner from Kenya
Dekha Ibrahim Abdi
Dekha Ibrahim Abdi was a global peacemaker from rural Kenya. She was engaged in peace work and conflict resolution in many of the world's most divided countries. Her comprehensive methodology combined grassroots activism, a soft but uncompromising leadership, and a spiritual motivation drawing on the teachings of Islam. Dekha Ibrahim Abdi passed away on July 14th, 2011, after a severe car accident.

Global example : Thane
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