Interesting facts about Kenya
People describe Kenya as "the world as it was in the beginning."
In the mid-1900s, to protect the wildlife, the government set aside six million acres of land in East Africa.
In Kenya, farmers try to farm and make enough food for their country as they suffer from drought.
Kenya is Africas most well off country.
Some families in Kenya have six or more children.
Kikuyu, an ethnic tribe in Kenya, has one of the fastest growing populations in the world.
Kenya is on the Middle Eastern side of Africa.Interesting facts about Tanzania
All of these facts were copyrighted in 1989, so since then some of these facts have been updated.
Tanzanias major export crops are coffee, cotton, tea, sisal, tobacco, cashew nuts, sugar, coconuts, cacao, and many more things also.
The nation of Tanzania is made up of Africans, Asians, Arabs, and Europeans.These people belong to more than 30 different ethnic groups. The life expectancy of a regular person that lives in Tanzania in only about 53 years of age. In 1984 the income in Tanzania for one year was only $210 in Tanzanian shillings.
The highest point in Africa, Mt. Kilimanjaro, is in the Northern part of Tanzania.About 30% of the population in Tanzania are Christian.