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Tourism as a Tool for Reducing Poverty
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Tourism as a Tool for reducing Poverty Name: Institution: Tourism as a Tool for reducing Poverty Kenya has variety geographical features reflected through its coastlines, flat lands, mountains, and landscapes. Its location is on the east of African coast at a latitude of 4o north and 4osouth, and a longitude of 34o East and 41o East (Adholla, Mkangi and Mbindyo, 2008).
According to Adholla, Mkangi and Mbindyo (2008), Kenya is an extremely fertile country, which stretches from the sea level in the eastern part to the snow covered mountains to the north. Mountains that can be found in Kenya include Mt. Kenya, Mt. Elgon and Mt. Kilimanjaro, which also borders Tanzania. Additionally its greatest feature includes the Great Rift Valley, found on the central and western part of the country. Also, there are a number of lakes and rivers found in Kenya, which include Lake Turkana, Lake Nakuru, Lake Naivasha, and Lake Bogoria among others while rivers include River Nzoia, Gori, Ewaso Ngiro, and Yala among others, which form part of Kenya’s Geography. Economically, Kenya does not perform quite well, but it is the largest economy in East Africa. The economy, based on the market with a few infrastructure enterprises owned by the state, also maintains an external liberal trade system. Adholla, Mkangi and Mbindyo (2008) state that 70% of people in Kenya is employed in the agricultural sector in which half of the sector focuses on subsistence farming. ...
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