Kenya: This Anglophone East African country gained independence from Great Britain in 1963. At 582,650 square kilometers, Kenya is over twice the size of Great Britain. Its current population of 46 million has an average life expectancy of 63, an adult literacy rate of 72%, and is 25% urban. While Kenyan peoples speak roughly 60 languages (http://www.ethnologue.com/country/KE), English and Swahili are the lingua franca for most. Eighty-one percent of Kenyans identify as Christian (20% of Kenyans are Roman Catholic) and 8% identify as Muslim. The ALS carried out survey research in each of the towns and cities shown on this map.
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