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KENYA

FACTS AND FIGURES


2012

Kenya
Facts and figures
2012

Kenya National Bureau of Statistics


P.O. Box 30266-00100, GPO
Nairobi, Kenya

Table of Contents

KEY INDICATORS 2008- 2011 ....................................................................................................


GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT BY ACTIVITY ( AT MARKET PRICES) .........................................
GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT BY ACTIVITY (AT CONSTANT 2001 PRICES) ............................
GROWTH RATES OF GDP BY INDUSTRY ...................................................................................
GDP GROWTH RATE, 2005 - 2011* ............................................................................................
SOURCES OF GDP GROWTH, 2008-2011 ..................................................................................
PERCENTAGE CONTRIBUTIONS TO GDP BY ACTIVITY (CURRENT PRICES) ............................
GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT AND GROSS NATIONAL INCOME, 2008-2011 ...........................
NATIONAL DISPOSABLE INCOME AND SAVING (AT CURRENT PRICES) ..................................
STUDENT ENROLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION AND SEX ....................................................
ENROLMENT IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS, 2008 - 2011 ...................................................................
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION BUDGET AS A PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL GOVERNMENT BUDGET .
SELECTED TYPE OF REGISTERED HEALTHCARE PERSONNEL PER 100,000 POPULATION ....
NUMBER OF REGISTERED MEDICAL PERSONNEL .....................................................................
NUMBER OF REGISTERED MEDICAL PERSONNEL, 2009 - 2011 ................................................
HEALTH INSTITUTIONS ................................................................................................................
NUMBER OF OFFENCES REPORTED TO POLICE BY PROVINCE, 2008 -2011 ..........................
FIREARMS AND AMMUNITIONS RECOVERED/SURRENDERED, 2008-2011 ...............................
NATIONAL SOCIAL SECURITY FUND, 2008 - 2011 ....................................................................

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CONTRIBUTIONS AND BENEFITS MADE BY NATIONAL SOCIAL SECURITY FUND, 2008-2011 30
WAGE EMPLOYMENT IN MODERN SECTOR ............................................................................... 31
WAGE EMPLOYMENT IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR .......................................................................... 31
EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY, 2008-2011 .................................................................................. 32
WAGE EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY AND SEX, 2009-2011 ...................................................... 33
NEW WAGE EMPLOYMENT BY SECTOR, 2008- 2011 ............................................................... 34
YEAR-ON-YEAR PERCENTAGE RATES OF CHANGE IN THE CONSUMER PRICE INDICES ........ 35
CONSUMER PRICE INDEX AND INFLATION .................................................................................. 35
ANNUAL INFLATION RATE, 2007 - 2011 ..................................................................................... 36
MONEY SUPPLY .......................................................................................................................... 37
AVERAGE FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATES (KSH) ......................................................................... 37
NOMINAL INTEREST RATE .......................................................................................................... 38
STOCK EXCHANGE AND MARKET CAPITALISATION ................................................................. 38
DEPOSITS, LOANS AND ADVANCES OF AUTHORISED INSTITUTIONS ..................................... 39
EXPENSE AND REVENUE OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT ............................................................ 40
PUBLIC DEBT ............................................................................................................................... 40
TAX COLLECTION BY TAX REGIME ............................................................................................ 41
CLASSIFICATION OF GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES BY MAIN FUNCTIONS OF GOVERNMENT
(COFOG) .............................................................................................................................. 42
ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION, 2008 - 2011 ................................................................................ 43
ELECTRICITY GENERATION BY SOURCE, 2008 - 2011 .............................................................. 43
ELECTRICITY GENERATION AND CONSUMPTION, 2008-2011 ................................................... 44
DOMESTIC CONSUMPTION OF PETROLEUM, 2008 - 2011 ......................................................... 45
SOURCE: MINISTRY OF ENERGY ................................................................................................ 45

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SHARE OF PETROLEUM CONSUMPTION BY FUEL CATEGORY, 2010 ......................................


NET DOMESTIC SALE OF PETROLEUM FUELS BY CONSUMER CATEGORY, 2008 - 2011 .......
CURRENT ACCOUNT BALANCE 2008- 2011 ..............................................................................
BALANCE OF PAYMENTS, 2008-2011 .......................................................................................
AGGREGATE MERCHANDISE TRADE, 2008 - 2011 ....................................................................
MERCHANDISE TRADE, 2008-2011 ............................................................................................
EXPORTS BY BROAD ECONOMIC CATEGORY ..........................................................................
IMPORTS BY BROAD ECONOMIC CATEGORY ...........................................................................
DOMESTIC EXPORTS OF PRINCIPAL COMMODITY .....................................................................
HORTICULTURE AND TEA EXPORTS, 2008-2011 .......................................................................
IMPORTS OF PRINCIPAL COMMODITY ........................................................................................
EXPORT AND IMPORT OF SERVICES BY MAJOR SERVICE GROUPS, 2008 - 2011 .................
KSH. MILLION ...............................................................................................................................
KENYAN EXPORTS BY DESTINATION ........................................................................................
KENYAN IMPORTS BY ORIGIN ....................................................................................................
EXTERNAL MERCHANDISE TRADE INDICES ...............................................................................
TOURISM INDICATORS, 2008-2011 .............................................................................................
TOURIST ARRIVALS, 2008-2011 .................................................................................................
TOURISM EARNINGS, 2008-2011 ................................................................................................
TRANSPORT & COMMUNICATION ...............................................................................................
MOBILE PHONES & EXCHANGE CONNECTIONS, 2008-2011 .....................................................
REGISTRATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES .......................................................................................
MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION, 2008 -2011 ...........................................................................
QUANTUM INDICES OF MANUFACTURING PRODUCTION,2008-2011 ........................................
KEY AGRICULTURAL AND FORESTRY INDICATORS, 2008-2011 ..............................................
MILK INTAKE BY PROCESSORS, 2008-2010 .............................................................................

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TOTAL EXPENDITURE ON ROADS, 2008/09-2011/12 ................................................................


NUMBER OF REGISTERED VOTERS BY PROVINCE AND GENDER1, 2011 ................................
ANNUAL CRIMES REPORTED TO POLICE STATIONS, 2008 - 2011 ............................................
DISTRIBUTION OF MAGISTRATES AND JUDGES IN LAW COURTS BY CADRE, 2008 - 2011 ..
NUMBER OF NATIONAL IDENTITY CARDS ISSUED AND REPLACED, 2009 - 2011 ...................
FOR DETAILED INFORMATION, PLEASE REFER TO THE ECONOMIC SURVEY 2012 EDITION ..
OTHER STATISTICAL PUBLICATIONS .........................................................................................
REFERENCES ...............................................................................................................................

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This booklet provides, at a glance, a comprehensive picture of Kenyas economy, covering all sectors as well
as reflecting the various trends over the last three years.
As part of its mandate of maintaining a National Socio-Economic Database, the Bureau launched KenInfo
and Integrated Multi-Sectoral Information System (IMIS), systems which will ensure continuous access of
Kenyas indicators at any time wherever one may be in the globe.

A.K.M. Kilele, MBS


Director General

Kenya Facts and Figures 2012

Kenya National Bureau of Statistics


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publication and dissemination of statistical information, and the co-ordination of the national
statistical system, and for connected purposes.

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The Organization
The Kenya National Bureau of Statistics comprises of six Directorates namely;
Production Statistics
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Strategy and Development
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Teamwork
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As per the old Constitution as saved under Section 3 of the Sixth Schedule of the New Constitution, Parliament consists of
president and the national assembly.
(a)

The President:

Is the Head of State and Commander-in -Chief of the Armed Forces of the Republic to be elected in accordance with the
provisions of the of the constitution. (Act.No.28 of 1964, however provided for the first President to be the person who
immediately before the 12th December, 1964, held the Office of the Prime Minister under the Constitution). The Constitution
of Kenya (Amendment) Act No.6 of 1992 provided that the candidates for President who is elected as a member of the
National Assembly and who receives a greater number of valid votes cast in the Presidential election than any other
candidate for president and who, in addition receives a minimum of twenty-five percent of the valid votes in at least five of
the eight provinces shall be declared to be elected as President.
The constitution of Kenya (Amendment) Act No.3 of 2008 provides for a Prime Minister and two Deputy Prime Ministers of
the Government of Kenya.
b)

The National Assembly

The Constitution of Kenya (Amendment) No.4 Act 40 of 1996 provided for the establishment of a National Assembly
comprising one House, thus the Senate and House of Representatives were amalgamated to form one Chamber (Unicameral
System) and the Constitution of Kenya (Amendment) (No.2) Act No. 45 of 1968 provided for an election of the President
and the Nominated Members.
Ex-officio- The Speaker and the Attorney General...

Elected Members...... 210


Nominated members. ... 12
The Vice-President
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Is appointed by the President from among the elected members of the National Assembly
The Cabinet
Consists of the President, The Vice President, Prime Minister, two Deputy Prime Ministers and other Ministers.
The Prime Minister.1
Is appointed by the President from amongst the elected Members of the National Assembly who is the Parliamentary
leader of:
i.
The political party that has the largest number of Members in the Assembly or
ii.
A coalition of political parties, pursuant to the National Accord and Reconciliation Act, 2008.
Deputy Prime Minister ..2
(Each member of the coalition nominates one person from the elected Members to be appointed a Deputy Prime
Minister)
Ministers..39
Are appointed by the President from amongst the Members of the National Assembly.
Assistant Ministers........................51
Are appointed by the President from among the Members of the National Assembly.
Nominated Members.......................................................................................................................12
Are appointed by the President among persons who, if duly nominated would be qualified to be elected as Members
of the National Assembly.
Ex-Officio Members........................2
Are not entitled to vote (except that the speaker has a casting vote)

MEMBERS OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY (As at 13th October, 2011)


Table 1
Speaker (Ex-Officio Members of the National Assembly........1
The Attorney General (Ex-Officio with Ministerial status)...........1
Elected Members ................209
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Nominated Members..12
TOTAL........224
NOTE:
In the New Constitution promulgated on 27th August 2010 Parliament will now comprise of two Houses, the
Senate and the National Assembly with a membership of 418. In addition, Cabinet Secretaries will be appointed
from outside Parliament and the President and the Deputy President will no longer be Members of Parliament.
Some provisions of Chapters 8 and 9 relating to the Executive and the Legislature are suspended as provided
in Section 2 of the Sixth Schedule.

Abbreviations and symbols used in the booklet


KSh
mn
bn
n/a
n.e.c
n.e.s
ton
GDP
GER
NER
KNBS
KAPU
*
**
+
..

= Kenya Shilling
= Million
= Billion
= not applicable
= not elsewhere classfied
= not elsewhere stated
= Tonnes
= Gross Domestic Product
= Gross Enrollment Rate
= Net Enrollment Rate
= Kenya National Bureau of Statistics
= Kenya Airports Police Unit
= Provisionals
= Estimates
= Revised
= data not available
= negligible

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General Data
Official Name:
Capital City:
Official Languages:
Official Currency:
Religions:

Republic of Kenya
Nairobi
Kiswahili and English
Kenya Shilling
Protestant, Catholic, Muslims and Traditional beliefs

G e o g ra p h y
AR EA O F T H E CO U N T R Y
W a te r

1 1 ,2 3 0 S q . K ilo me tre s

N a tio n a l P a rk s

2 5 ,3 3 4 S q . K ilo me tre s

O th e rs

5 4 6 ,0 8 2 S q . K ilo me tre s

T o ta l

5 8 2 , 6 4 6 S q . K ilo m e t re s

Map of Kenya

Administrative
Boundaries

Kenya Facts and Figures 2012

KEY INDICATORS 2008- 2011

Indicator
Population
Growth of GDP at constant prices
GDP at market prices
Total cost of petroleum products
Trade balance
Money Supply (M3)
Total domestic credit
Balance of payments (current account
Fresh Horticultural Produce exports
Manufacturing output
Construction output
Petroleum Consumption
Electricity consumption
Tourism earnings
Wage employment
Education-primary enrolment
Education-secondary enrolment
Education-University enrolment
Registered doctors and dentists

Unit
(million)
(percent )
(Ksh. Mn)
(Ksh. Mn)
(Ksh. Mn)
(Ksh. Mn)
(Ksh. Mn)
(Ksh. Mn)
('000 tonnes)
(Ksh. Mn)
(Ksh. Mn)
('000 tonnes)
(GWh)
(Ksh. Mn)
('000)
('000)
('000)
('000)
(number)

2008
2009
2010
2011*
36.7
37.7
38.5
39.5
1.5
2.7
5.8
4.4
2,107,589.4 2,366,984.2 2,549,825.1 3,024,782.2
199,799.2
160,192.5
200,780.0
345,847.4
-425,705.0 -443,147.0 -537,588.3 -804,633.4
901,055.0 1,045,657.0 1,271,638.0 1,514,152.0
827,413.0
978,319.0 1,267,535.0 1,532,051.0
-132,904.8 -124,139.9 -187,677.3 -296,023.7
193.2
180.7
228.3
227.1
742,160.1
770,370.2
842,506.3 1,009,214.2
223,175.9
265,755.5
288,937.8
319,631.8
3,133.2
3,610.8
3,765.7
3,857.9
5,352.2
5,428.7
5,754.7
6,273.6
52,710.0
62,500.0
73,700.0
97,900.0
1,943.9
2,000.1
2,059.1
2,127.7
8,563.8
8,831.4
9,381.2
9,857.9
1,382.2
1,507.5
1,701.5
1,767.7
122.8
177.5
181.0
198.3
7,597.0
7,659.0
8,027.0
8,479.0
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National Accounts

KEY INDICATORS 2008- 2011


Indicator
GDP Per capita (Constant):
Current Market Prices
Net lending/borrowing
Recurrent Revenue and Grants
Total Expenditure
External Debt Service Charge as % of GDP
Goods & Services
INDEX NUMBERS: (2009=100)
Export volumes
Import volumes
Terms of trade
NSE 20 Share: (1966=100)
Consumer prices (2009=100)
Real wages
Agriculture terms of trade: (2001 =100)

Unit
(Ksh.)
%
(Ksh. Mn)
(Ksh. Mn)
(Ksh. Mn)
%
%

points
''
''
''
''
''
''
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2008

2009

2010

2011*

36,983
(5.1)
(106,972)
498,895
694,165
1.1
4.2

36,986
(4.9)
(114,942)
574,135
789,361
1.0
4.2

38,306
(5.2)
(133,154)
665,462
922,563
1.3
4.6

38,970
(9.9)
(300,385)
766,176
1,165,532
1.1
3.8

100
75
76
3,521
92
101
65

100
100
100
3,247
102
96
69

92
95
88
4,433
106
96
69

90
77
84
3,205
121
88
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GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT BY ACTIVITY ( AT MARKET PRICES)


Industry
Agriculture and forestry
Fishing
Mining and quarrying
Manufacturing
Electricity and water supply
Construction
Wholesale and retail trade, repairs
Hotels and restaurants
Transport and communication
Financial intermediation
Real estate, renting and business services
Public administration and defence
Education
Health and social work
Other community, social and personal services
Private households with employed persons
Less: Financial services indirectly measured
Taxes less subsidies on products
GDP at market prices

2008
470,753
9,450
14,930
228,304
43,767
80,407
214,022
23,745
216,052
97,806
107,323
106,431
132,229
51,591
71,586
8,207
-18,231
249,218
2,107,589
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2009
555,288
9,903
12,083
234,556
44,185
97,445
233,001
39,421
234,752
128,732
116,657
118,662
142,235
60,196
79,423
10,171
-25,762
276,036
2,366,984

2010
545,927
14,637
17,650
252,122
35,592
109,146
260,869
42,546
253,958
143,471
123,173
141,648
158,738
65,170
84,415
11,217
-21,652
311,195
2,549,825

2008-2011*
2011*
726,160
15,091
20,621
285,698
26,071
125,046
320,950
50,557
292,601
193,044
134,746
151,321
176,537
74,979
96,423
13,227
-31,787
353,497
3,024,782

National Accounts

GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT BY ACTIVITY (AT CONSTANT 2001 PRICES)


Industry
2008
2009
2010
2011*
Agriculture and forestry
307,354
299,431
318,586
323,465
Fishing
5,363
5,564
5,713
5,891
Mining and quarrying
6,453
6,163
6,763
7,246
Manufacturing
135,291
137,060
143,263
147,989
Electricity and water supply
31,341
30,397
33,335
32,465
Construction
43,735
49,270
51,486
53,713
Wholesale and retail trade, repairs
138,044
143,460
154,942
166,205
Hotels and restaurants
13,298
18,993
19,796
20,792
Transport and communication
161,615
171,994
182,181
190,382
Financial intermediation
51,659
55,375
60,379
65,095
Real estate, renting and business services
73,503
75,674
78,089
80,888
Public administration and defence
45,317
46,031
47,085
48,270
Education
80,771
82,952
86,651
90,873
Health and social work
30,035
31,352
31,786
32,896
Other community, social and personal services
50,829
52,156
53,557
55,988
Private households with employed persons
4,256
4,342
4,428
4,517
Less: Financial services indirectly measured
(10,484)
(11,945)
(11,260)
(11,843)
Taxes less subsidies on products
188,882
196,117
207,981
224,474
GDP at market prices
1,357,263
1,394,387
1,474,763
1,539,306
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GROWTH RATES OF GDP BY INDUSTRY


Industry
Agriculture and forestry
Fishing
Mining and quarrying
Manufacturing
Electricity and water supply
Construction
Wholesale and retail trade, repairs
Hotels and restaurants
Transport and communication
Financial intermediation
Real estate, renting and business services
Public administration and defence
Education
Health and social work
Other community, social and personal services
Private households with employed persons
Less: Financial services indirectly measured
All industries at basic prices
Taxes less subsidies on products
GDP at market prices

2008
-4.1
-13.2
2.9
3.5
5.3
8.2
4.8
-36.1
3.0
2.7
3.7
0.6
5.9
3.6
2.9
2.0
-13.9
1.1
4.4
1.5

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2009
-2.6
3.8
-4.5
1.3
-3.0
12.7
3.9
42.8
6.4
7.2
3.0
1.6
2.7
4.4
2.6
2.0
13.9
2.6
3.8
2.7

2010
6.4
2.7
9.7
4.5
9.7
4.5
8.0
4.2
5.9
9.0
3.2
2.3
4.5
1.4
2.7
2.0
-5.7
5.7
6.0
5.8

Percentage
2011*
1.5
3.1
7.1
3.3
-2.6
4.3
7.3
5.0
4.5
7.8
3.6
2.5
4.9
3.5
4.5
2.0
5.2
3.8
7.9
4.4

National Accounts

GDP GROWTH RATE, 2005 - 2011*

9.0
8.0

Growth Rate (%)

7.0
6.0
5.0
4.0
3.0
2.0
1.0
0.0
1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4
2005

2006

2007

2008
Years (Quarters)
15

2009

2010

2011

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SOURCES OF GDP GROWTH, 2008-2011

Industry
Agriculture and forestry
Fishing
Mining and quarrying
Manufacturing
Electricity and water supply
Construction
Wholesale and retail trade, repairs
Hotels and restaurants
Transport and communication
Financial intermediation
Real estate, renting and business services
Public administration and defence
Education
Health and social work
Other community, social and personal services
Private households with employed persons
Less: Financial services indirectly measured
Taxes less subsidies on products
GDP at market prices

2008
-64.0
-4.0
0.9
22.6
7.7
16.3
30.8
-36.8
23.4
6.6
12.9
1.4
22.1
5.2
6.9
0.4
8.3
39.3
100.0
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2009
-21.3
0.5
-0.8
4.8
-2.5
14.9
14.6
15.3
28.0
10.0
5.8
1.9
5.9
3.5
3.6
0.2
-3.9
19.5
100.0

2010
23.8
0.2
0.7
7.7
3.7
2.8
14.3
1.0
12.7
6.2
3.0
1.3
4.6
0.5
1.7
0.1
0.9
14.8
100.0

Percentage
2011
7.6
0.3
0.7
7.3
-1.3
3.5
17.4
1.5
12.7
7.3
4.3
1.8
6.5
1.7
3.8
0.1
-0.9
25.6
100.0

National Accounts

PERCENTAGE CONTRIBUTIONS TO GDP BY ACTIVITY (CURRENT PRICES)

Industry
Agriculture and forestry
Fishing
Mining and quarrying
Manufacturing
Electricity and water supply
Construction
Wholesale and retail trade, repairs
Hotels and restaurants
Transport and communication
Financial intermediation
Real estate, renting and business services
Public administration and defence
Education
Health and social work
Other community, social and personal services
Private households with employed persons
Less: Financial services indirectly measured
Taxes less subsidies on products
GDP at market prices
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2008
22.3
0.4
0.7
10.8
2.1
3.8
10.2
1.1
10.3
4.6
5.1
5.0
6.3
2.4
3.4
0.4
-0.9
11.8
100.0

2009
23.5
0.4
0.5
9.9
1.9
4.1
9.8
1.7
9.9
5.4
4.9
5.0
6.0
2.5
3.4
0.4
-1.1
11.7
100.0

2010
21.4
0.6
0.7
9.9
1.4
4.3
10.2
1.7
10.0
5.6
4.8
5.6
6.2
2.6
3.3
0.4
-0.8
12.2
100.0

Percentage
2011*
24.0
0.5
0.7
9.4
0.9
4.1
10.6
1.7
9.7
6.4
4.5
5.0
5.8
2.5
3.2
0.4
-1.1
11.7
100.0

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GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT AND GROSS NATIONAL INCOME, 2008-2011


Unit
2008
2009
2010
2011*
Gross domestic product at market prices
KSh mn
2,107,589 2,366,984 2,549,825 3,024,782
Primary incomes
''
Receivable from the rest of the world
''
12,190
13,500
11,428
15,685
Payable to rest of the world
''
-15,317
-16,426
-23,125
-25,091
Gross national income at market prices
2,104,462 2,364,058 2,538,128 3,015,376
''
Current transfers
''
Receivable from the rest of the world
''
167,356
181,107
185,889
278,074
Payable to rest of the world
''
-6,091
-6,405
-3,424
-4,120
Gross national disposable income
''
2,265,727 2,538,760 2,720,593 3,289,330
Per capita GDP
KSh
57,350
62,743
66,274
76,489
Per Capita GNI
KSh
57,265
62,666
65,970
76,252

18

National Accounts

NATIONAL DISPOSABLE INCOME AND SAVING (AT CURRENT PRICES)


Unit
2008
2,009
2,010
2011*
Disposable income and saving
Gross national disposable income
KSh mn 2,265,727 2,538,760 2,720,593 3,289,330
Final consumption expenditure
Private
''
1,583,651 1,849,582 1,983,496 2,350,129
General government
''
347,262
383,847
449,339
538,541
Gross National Savings
''
334,814
305,331
287,758
400,660
Gross savings as a ratio to GDP
ratio
15.9
12.9
11.3
13.2
Gross savings as a ratio to Disposable Income
ratio
14.8
12.0
10.6
12.2

19

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STUDENT ENROLMENT BY TYPE OF INSTITUTION AND SEX


2008
Boys
Girls
4,362.5
4,201.3
720.5
615.4

2009
Boys
Girls
4,509.4
4,322.0
787.9
684.7

2010
Boys
Girls
4,751.9
4,629.3
885.5
767.8

2011
Boys
Girls
4,977.7
4,880.2
948.7
819.0

Enrolment in Primary School


Enrolment in Secondary School

'000
''

Enrolment in Universities1

''

73.5

49.3

110.3

67.4

107.7

69.9

117.7

80.6

Enrolment in Other Institutions 2

''

56.5

53.1

55.1

52.2

56.4

54.7

68.5

65.3

1 Includes students in National Universities and Private accredited Universities


2 Includes students in Teacher Training Colleges, Polytechnics, Technical Schools & Institutions of Science &
Technology

20

Education

Numbers '000

ENROLMENT IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS, 2008 - 2011

10,000.0
9,800.0
9,600.0
9,400.0
9,200.0
9,000.0
8,800.0
8,600.0
8,400.0
8,200.0
8,000.0
7,800.0
2008

2009

2010
Year

21

2011

Kenya Facts and Figures 2012

EDUCATION
Other Education Indicators
Secondary teacher/ Student ratio (public)
Primary teacher/ Student ratio (public)
Ministry of Education Budget as a percentage of Total Government
Budget

ratio
ratio
%

2008
1:30.2
1:50.4

2009
1:30.6
1:51.6

2010
1:31.7
1:54.1

2011*
1:31.2
1:56.6

16.5

16.0

15.6

13.5

Teachers' Personal Emoluments as a % of Ministry of Education


Recurrent Budget

77.4

79.2

77.5

78.8

Primary GER
Primary NER
Secondary GER
Pre-Primary GER
Pre-Primary NER

%
%
%
%
%

109.8
92.5
42.5
59.8
43.0

110.0
92.9
45.3
60.6
49.0

109.8
91.4
47.8
60.9
50.0

115.0
95.7
48.8
65.6
52.4

22

Education

MINISTRY OF EDUCATION BUDGET AS A PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL GOVERNMENT BUDGET

18.0

16.5

16.0

15.6

16.0

13.5

Percentage Share

14.0
12.0
10.0
8.0
6.0
4.0
2.0
2008

2009*

2010
Years

23

2011

Kenya Facts and Figures 2012


NUMBER OF REGISTERED MEDICAL PERSONNEL

Doctors
Dentists
Pharmacists
Registered nurses
Health institutions

2008
6,623
974
2,860
14,073
6,190

2009
6,897
1,004
2,921
15,948
6,696

2010
7,129
898
3,097
29,678
7,111

Numbers
2011*
7,549
930
3,205
32,941
8,006

SELECTED TYPE OF REGISTERED HEALTHCARE PERSONNEL PER 100,000 POPULATION

Doctors
Dentists
Pharmacists
Bsc Nursing
Registered Nurses
Enrolled Nurses

2008
17
3
7
2
37
83

2009
17
3
7
2
40
81

24

2010
18
2
8
2
75
86

Numbers
2011*
19
2
8
3
83
87

Health
NUMBER OF REGISTERED MEDICAL PERSONNEL, 2009 - 2011

35,000
30,000

Number

25,000
20,000
15,000
10,000
5,000
2009

2010

2011

Year
Doctors

Pharmacists

25

Registered nurses

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HEALTH INSTITUTIONS

9,000

8,006

8,000

Number

6,000

6,696

6,190

7,000
5,589

5,000
4,000
3,000
2,000
1,000
2008

2009

2010
Year

26

2011

Law and Order

NUMBER OF OFFENCES REPORTED TO POLICE BY PROVINCE, 2008 -2011

Offences Reported to Police


Stations by Province
Nairobi
R/Valley
Central
Eastern
Nyanza
Coast
Western
North Eastern
Railways
KAPU
Total
Source: Kenya Police Department
* Provisional
1

Nos.
''
''
''
''
''
''
''
''
''

2008

2009

2010

4,667
9,945
12,130
9,704
8,739
9,639
7,402
849
279
122
63,476

4,712
19,716
9,929
10,003
8,721
9,291
8,610
1,020
149
104
72,255

6,102

8,528

19,056
9,215
9,203
7,859
9,458
8,305
1,216
140
225
70,779

19,262
10,016
9,356
8,723
9,240
8,658
1,439
160
351
75,733

KAPU ( Kenya Airports Police Unit) and Railways are considered as Provinces

27

2011*

Kenya Facts and Figures 2012

FIREARMS AND AMMUNITIONS RECOVERED/SURRENDERED, 2008-2011

Firearms/Ammunition
Firearms
Recovered

Total
Surrendered

Rifles
Pistols
Toy Pistols
Rifles
Pistols
Toy Pistols

Ammunition

Total
Recovered
Surrendered
Total

2008
238
252
226
716
332
2
334
8,081
1,540
9,621

Source: Kenya Police Department


* Provisional

28

2009
121
128
174
423
163
163
110,047
4,480
114,527

2010
162
80
10
252
1,064
1,064
38,127
3,373
41,500

Number
2011
164
102
38
304
26
38
64
16,288
100
16,388

Social Security

NATIONAL SOCIAL SECURITY FUND, 2008 - 2011


Details
Unit
2008
Registered Employers
'000
61.4
Registered Employees
'000
3,169.00
Annual contribution
KSh mn
5,368.60
Annual benefits paid
KSh mn
2,575.60

29

2009
72.6
3,395.40
5,640.97
2,773.37

2010
72.6
3,402.00
5,341.71
2,773.35

2011*
84.2
3,665.18
5,990.56
2,357.07

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CONTRIBUTIONS AND BENEFITS MADE BY NATIONAL SOCIAL SECURITY FUND, 20082011

Amount (KSh Million)

7,000.00
6,000.00

5,358.40

5,991

5,641

5,342

5,000.00
4,000.00
3,000.00

2,773

2,566.80

2,773

2,000.00
1,000.00
0.00
2009

2010

2011
Year

Annual contribution

Annual benefits paid

30

2,357

Employment and Earnings

WAGE EMPLOYMENT IN MODERN SECTOR

Number `000
Sector
Public
Private
Total

2006
649.9
1,207.7
1,811.6

2007
628.1
1,281.7
1,857.6

2008
638.0
1,305.9
1,943.9

2009
653.5
1,346.5
2,000.1

2010
659.5
1,399.6
2,059.1

2011
681.1
1,446.6
2,127.7

2008
196.8
236.8
122.1
82.3
638.0

2009
200.6
245.4
125.0
82.6
653.5

WAGE EMPLOYMENT IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR

Central Government
Teachers Service Commission
Other Government bodies
Local Government
TOTAL
.. .. .. .

2006
187.7
233.3
143.9
85.0
654.2

31

2007
192.3
234.6
119.3
81.9
650.0

Number `000
2010
2011
212.0
219.9
243.0
258.7
125.5
127.4
78.9
75.1
659.5
681.1

Employment and Earnings

Kenya Facts and Figures 2012

EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY, 2008-2011


Employment by Industry
Agriculture & Forestry
Mining & Quarrying
Manufacturing
Electricity & Water
Building & Construction
Trade, Restaurant & Hotels
Transport & Communications
Finance , Insurance, Real Estate & Bus
Community, Social & Personal Services
Employment in Informal Sector
Real Average earnings

Unit
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
000
KSh p.a

32

2008
2009
2010
2011
340.7
340.3
343.8
345.9
6.6
6.5
6.6
8.8
264.1
266.4
268.1
275.7
19.3
19.6
19.6
20.7
84.8
93.4
101.3
109.0
202.4
215.4
226.9
238.6
157.4
143.5
151.3
157.4
94.5
97.2
99.3
107.3
774.1
817.7
843.7
835.7
7,942.3
8,388.9
8,826.2
9,272.1
393,989.6 372,986.4 371,513.8 341,584.4

WAGE EMPLOYMENT BY INDUSTRY AND SEX, 2009-2011


2009
INDUSTRY
Agriculture and Forestry ..
Mining and Quarrying ..
Manufacturing
.. ..
Electricity and Water ..
Building and Construction .. ..
Trade, Restaurants and Hotels
Transport and Communications
Finance, Insurance, Real Estate
and Business Services ..
Community, Social and Personal
TOTAL

Number `000
2011*

2010

Male
257
5
223.3
16.4
90.2
162
116.5
72.6

Female
83.3
1.5
43.1
3.2
3.2
53.4
27
24.6

Male
263.9
5.1
229.2
16.9
92.5
166.3
119.6
74.6

Female
79.9
3.5
41.1
3.4
8.7
60.5
31.8
26.4

male
265.8
5.2
230.8
17.1
93.2
167.4
120.5
75.1

Female
80.1
3.6
44.9
3.6
15.8
71.2
36.9
32.2

487.0
1430

330.8
607.9

500.0
1468.1

335.7
591

503.5
1478.6

360.8
649.1

33

Employment and Earnings

Kenya Facts and Figures 2012

NEW WAGE EMPLOYMENT BY SECTOR, 2008- 2011

100.00
90.00
80.00

Number '000

70.00
60.00
50.00
40.00
30.00
20.00
10.00
2008

2009

2010
Year

Private

Public

34

Modern

2011

CONSUMER PRICE INDEX AND INFLATION

Indicator
Inflation Rate
Consumer Price Index ( February 2009=100)

2008
16.2
92.4

2009
10.5
102.1

2010
4.1
106.3

2011*
14.0
121.2

YEAR-ON-YEAR PERCENTAGE RATES OF CHANGE IN THE CONSUMER PRICE INDICES


Division
Food & Non-Alcoholic Beverages
Alcoholic Beverages, Tobacco & Narcotics
Clothing & Footwear
Housing, Water, Electricity, Gas and other Fuels
Furnishings, Household Equipment and Routine Household
Maintenance
Health
Transport
Communications
Recreation & Culture
Education
Restaurant & Hotels
Miscellaneous Goods & Services
Overall Kenya
35

2008
23.1
13.6
4.7
12.3

2009
15.4
9.4
4.3
4.4

2010
5.9
7.5
3.4
3.2

2011
20.5
9.4
7.1
11.4

8.7
7.0
13.9
0.5
3.4
0.5
15.4
7.0
16.2

6.4
9.5
4.6
-0.3
2.7
0.1
8.6
7.3
10.5

3.2
4.4
5.3
-10.3
1.2
1.4
4.0
2.2
4.1

8.6
7.2
21.4
-15.7
7.9
4.4
14.6
7.2
14.0

2007
2008
2009

36
2010
2011

November

September

July

May

March

January

November

September

July

May

March

January

November

September

July

May

March

January

November

September

July

May

March

January

November

September

July

May

March

January

Inflation rate (%)

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Consumer Prices and Inflation

ANNUAL INFLATION RATE, 2007 - 2011

25

20

15

10

Monetary and Financial Statistics

DEPOSITS, LOANS AND ADVANCES OF AUTHORISED INSTITUTIONS

Number of authorised institutions in


operation
Licensed banks
Deposit-taking companies
Deposits from customers
Licensed banks
Deposit-taking companies

2008

2009

2010

2011

43
1

43
1

43
5

43
6

827,461
14,322

989,690
15,499

986,668
15,944

1,451,189
18,674

641,783
22,209

700,281
26,822

910,643
28,859

1,193,788
31,265

Loans and advances for use in Kenya


Licensed banks
Deposit-taking companies

39

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Public Finance

EXPENSE AND REVENUE OF CENTRAL GOVERNMENT


Unit
2008/09 2009/10
2010/11*

Revenue**
KSh bn
Expense
Gross Operating Balance(GOB)

531.0
492.7
38.3

Public debt Redemption KSh bn


(a) External
(b) Internal

17.4
58.0

574.1
574.3
(0.1)
18.1
73.6

665.5
673.2
(7.8)
24.4
100.2

2011/12+
766.2
909.9
(143.7)
25.8
63.4

PUBLIC DEBT

Outstanding as at 30th June


External Debt
Domestic Debt
Total Debt

KSh bn
''
''

2008
413.5
335.0
748.5

2009
488.2
401.7
889.9

40

2010
548.7
534.0
1,082.7

2011*
697.8
624.8
1,322.6

TAX COLLECTION BY TAX REGIME


2008/09
Taxes on income, Profits and Capital
KSh bngains
194.2
Taxes on property
''
0.3
Value Added Tax (VAT)
''
126.9
''
93.1
Taxes on other Goods and services
Excise taxes
''
69.9
Custom duties
''
36.2
Non-tax revenue
''
36.2

41

2009/10
219.5
0.3
142.0
99.3
74.1
57.2
19.3

2010/11*
261.8
0.3
174.4
108.6
83.8
67.1
24.6

2011/12+
306.9
0.4
205.3
120.1
93.3
79.1
35.7

Public Finance

Kenya Facts and Figures 2012

CLASSIFICATION OF GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES BY MAIN FUNCTIONS OF GOVERNMENT (COFOG)

Unit
General public services
KSh bn
Defense
''
Public order and safety
''
Economic affairs
''
Environmental protection
''
Health
''
Education
''
Social protection
''

Recurrent Developme
Account nt Account
67.1
51.1
55.0
60.7
2.6
28.5
142.2
29.5

2011/12+

2010/11*

2009/10

38.0
2.6
4.9
92.7
3.0
8.9
17.1
3.9

42

Recurrent Development Recurrent


Account
Account
Account
80.3
51.5
66.9
61.8
3.0
34.2
170.9
29.1

39.7
0.8
5.2
113.1
5.2
13.7
15.4
2.6

85.6
67.0
84.9
74.7
3.3
41.2
192.9
35.7

Developme
nt Account
76.7
1.6
8.8
191.4
8.4
27.9
28.2
5.3

Energy
ELECTRICITY GENERATION BY SOURCE, 2008 - 2011

2008
3,267.0
2,145.4
1,039.0
4.0
0.2
25.0
6,480.6

Hydro
Thermal oil
Geo thermal
Cogeneration
Wind
Imports
Total

2009
2160.0
2997.0
1,293.0
50.0
7.2
39.0
6,546.2

Large & Medium(Commercial and Industrial)


Off-peak
Street Lighting
Rural Electrification
Total Domestic
Exports to Uganda
43

GWh
2010*
3,217.2
2800.5
1443.7
80.9
17.6
33.9
7,593.8

2008
2,000.8

2009
2,058.1

Million KWh
2010
2011*
2,169.3
2,433.9

3,019.8
66.2
26.3
239.1
5,352.2
41.0

3,058.1
36.8
21.3
254.4
5,428.7
27.0

3,204.9
69.2
20.5
290.8
5,754.7
29.6

ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION, 2008 - 2011

Domestic and Small Commercial

2010*
3,224.0
2201.0
1442.0
92.0
16.8
30.0
7,005.8

3,440.3
75.4
17.9
306.1
6,273.6
37.3

Energy

Kenya Facts and Figures 2012

ELECTRICITY GENERATION AND CONSUMPTION, 2008-2011


6,273.6

2011

7,560
5,754.7

2010

Year

6,976
5,428.7

2009

6,507
5352.2

2008

6455.6
0

1000

2000

3000

4000

5000

Quantity GWh
Domestic Consumption
44

Generated

6000

7000

8000

DOMESTIC CONSUMPTION OF PETROLEUM, 2008 - 2011

2008
84.4
381.3
2.5
559.2
244.7
1,141.1
30.0
690.0
3,133.2

Liquefied petroleum gas


Motor spirit (premium and regular)
Aviation spirit
Jet/turbo fuel
Illuminating kerosene
Light diesel oil
Heavy diesel oil
Fuel oil
TOTAL
Source: Ministry of Energy

45

2009
74.6
461.7
1.4
570.9
332.8
1,416.1
23.9
729.4
3,610.8

2010
87.8
597.2
2.5
539.6
316.0
1,517.3
25.0
680.3
3,765.7

'000 Tonnes
2011*
91.6
562.1
2.8
670.6
269.6
1,461.8
27.6
771.8
3,857.9

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Energy

SHARE OF PETROLEUM CONSUMPTION BY FUEL CATEGORY, 2010


Liquefied
petroleum
gas , 2.4

Motor spirit
(premium and
regular), 14.6

Fuel oil
, 20.0
Jet/turbo fuel
, 17.4

Heavy diesel oil


, 0.7

Light diesel oil


, 37.9

Aviation
spirit
, 0.1

Illuminating
kerosene , 7.0

46

NET DOMESTIC SALE OF PETROLEUM FUELS BY CONSUMER CATEGORY, 2008 - 2011

User
Agriculture
Retail pump outlets & road transport
Rail transport
Tourism1
Marine (excl Naval Forces)
Aviation (excl Government)
Power Generation
Industrial, Commercial and Other
Government
Balancing Item
TOTAL
Source: Ministry of Energy
*Provisional
1

2008
37.1
1,609.3
13.5
8.1
0.8
567.0
360.4
482.0
12.5
42.3
3,133.0

Comprises sales to tour operators

47

26.3
2,054.5
8.5

33.9
2,362.5
0.2

000 Tonnes
2011*
30.4
2,159.5
7.3

8.3
7.3
592.4
372.2
570.0
18.9
(47.5)
3,610.8

7.4
16.1
625.1
300.3
414.6
15.8
(10.2)
3,765.7

7.7
26.8
665.7
328.7
632.5
21.0
(21.7)
3,857.9

2009

2010

International Trade and Balance of Payments

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CURRENT ACCOUNT BALANCE 2008- 2011

KSh mn
2011*
(296,024)
(746,052)
173,912
620
275,497
349,701

Current Account Balance


Balance on goods
Balance on services
Net income flow
Net flow in current transfers
Capital and Financial Account Balance

2008
(136,598)
(390,235)
95,499
(3,127)
161,265
83,197

2009
(124,140)
(384,017)
85,478
(3,454)
177,853
190,485

2010
(187,677)
(498,563)
138,190
(11,697)
184,393
186,001

Net flow in capital transfers


Net change in financial non-reserve assets

6,535
-

20,178
-

19,030

20,861

3,585
(1,805)
74,882
33,161
20,240

5,336
(1,616)
166,587
(75,180)
8,835

13,984
(2,294)

28,936
(5,094)

155,282
(12,225)
13,901

244,937
(21,841)
28,225

Direct investment
Portfolio investment
Financial derivatives
Other investments
Net change in reserve assets
Net errors and ommissions

48

BALANCE OF PAYMENTS, 2008-2011

400,000

349,701

300,000
190,485

Value (KSh. Million)

200,000

186,001

83,197

100,000
(100,000)
(200,000)

2008
(136,598)

2009

2010

2011

(124,140)
(187,677)

(300,000)

(296,024)

(400,000)

Year

Current Account Balance

Capital and Financial Account Balance

49

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International Trade and Balance of Payments

AGGREGATE MERCHANDISE TRADE, 2008 - 2011

Type of trade
Imports (c.i.f)
Domestic export (f.o.b )
Re- exports (f.o.b )
Total exports (f.o.b )
Volume of trade
Merchandise trade balance
Exports as a percentage of imports (%)

2008

2009

2010

KSh million
2011*

770,651
322,660
22,287
344,947
1,115,598
(425,704)
44.8

788,097
323,571
21,378
344,950
1,133,047
(443,147)
43.8

947,382
385,441
24,353
409,794
1,357,176
(537,588)
43.3

1,315,671
482,944
28,094
511,038
1,826,709
(804,633)
38.8

50

Value (KSh Million)

MERCHANDISE TRADE, 2008-2011

2,000
1,800
1,600
1,400
1,200
1,000
800
600
400
200
2008

2009

2010
Year

Total Imports

Total Exports
51

Volume of trade

2011

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International Trade and Balance of Payments

EXPORTS BY BROAD ECONOMIC CATEGORY

FOOD AND BEVERAGES


Primary
Processed
INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES (Non-Food)
Primary .. .. ..
Processed .. .. ..
FUEL AND LUBRICANTS .. .. ..
Primary .. .. ..
Processed .. .. ..
MACHINERY & OTHER CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
Machinery & Other Capital Equipment ..
Parts and Accessories .. .. ..
TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT .. .. ..
Passenger Motor Vehicles .. .. ..
Other .. .. ..
Parts and Accessories .. .. ..
CONSUMER GOODS n.e.c ..
GOODS n.e.s ..
TOTAL .. .. ..

52

2008

2009

2010

130,273
97,994
32,279
92,500
18,463
74,037
4,589
12
4,577
5,566
4,787
779
3,672
69
2,168
1,435
86,036
24
322,660

136,751
107,319
29,433
87,342
19,975
67,367
4,553
9
4,543
6,781
5,492
1,288
5,828
100
3,978
1,750
82,291
25
323,571

170,050
136,579
33,471
108,201
19,356
88,845
7,454
7
7,448
9,036
7,320
1,715
6,576
228
3,885
2,464
84,044
80
385,441

KSh million
2011*
197,888
152,167
45,721
142,722
30,762
111,960
8,091
13
8,078
11,195
9,001
2,194
7,544
160
4,356
3,028
115,386
117
482,944

IMPORTS BY BROAD ECONOMIC CATEGORY

FOOD AND BEVERAGES .. .. ..


Primary .. .. ..
Processed .. .. ..
INDUSTRIAL SUPPLIES (Non-Food) .. ..
Primary .. .. ..
Processed .. .. ..
FUEL AND LUBRICANTS .. .. ..
Primary .. .. ..
Processed .. .. ..
MACHINERY AND OTHER CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
Machinery and Other Capital Equipment .. ..
Parts and Accessories .. .. ..
TRANSPORT EQUIPMENT .. .. ..
Passenger Motor Vehicles .. .. ..
Other .. .. ..
Parts and Accessories .. ..
CONSUMER GOODS n.e.c
GOODS n.e.c .. ..
TOTAL .. .. ..
53

2008
53,614
26,207
27,407
238,926
15,489
223,437
206,642
82,945
123,697
127,872
106,133
21,739
89,103
22,485
41,587
25,031
53,715
779
770,651

2009
90,437
58,256
32,181
232,091
15,160
216,931
165,515
55,865
109,651
137,288
112,602
24,685
103,449
23,761
57,022
22,666
57,712
1,606
788,097

2010
70,449
31,695
38,754
299,270
20,270
279,000
209,223
74,849
134,374
177,242
150,931
26,312
116,904
28,478
61,992
26,435
70,948
3,169
947,206

KSh million
2011*
106,539
57,700
48,839
410,067
24,358
385,709
356,829
128,394
228,435
209,881
176,640
33,242
131,701
29,528
66,079
36,095
94,613
6,042
1,315,671

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International Trade and Balance of Payments

DOMESTIC EXPORTS OF PRINCIPAL COMMODITY

DOMESTIC EXPORTS
Fish and fish preparations .. .. .. ..
Horticulture .. .. .. .. ..
Coffee, unroasted ..
Tea .. ..
Tobacco and tobacco manufactures ..
Soda ash .. ..
Petroleum products ..
Essential oils .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Cement .. .. ..
Iron and steel .. .. .. .. ..
Articles of plastics .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Articles of apparel and clothing accessories
All other Commodities
GRAND TOTAL

2008

2009

2010

KSh million
2011*

5,131
71,182
10,126
63,812
9,053
13,185
4,223
6,427
7,253
10,824
6,136
17,452
80,843
305,646

4,391
65,220
15,309
68,766
10,411
8,305
4,466
8,231
7,766
9,073
5,916
13,948
71,172
305,646

5,027
72,092
16,244
91,617
10,562
7,265
4,706
9,625
7,399
12,124
6,895
15,561
126,324
385,441

4,955
83,331
19,296
102,235
18,633
12,371
6,101
13,821
8,898
18,161
9,350
22,260
163,532
482,944

54

HORTICULTURE AND TEA EXPORTS, 2008-2011


120
102
92

Value (KSh Billion)

100
80
64
60

71

69

83
72

65

40
20
0
2008

2009

2010
Year

Horticulture
55

Tea

2011

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International Trade and Balance of Payments

IMPORTS OF PRINCIPAL COMMODITY

IMPORTS
Crude Petroleum .. .. .. ..
Petroleum Products
Animal/vegetable fats and oils
Medicinal & Pharmaceauticals Products
Chemical Fertilizers
Plastics in primary & non-primary forms
Iron and Steel
Industrial Machinery
Road Motor Vehicles
All other Commodities .. .. ..
GRAND TOTAL

2008

2009

2010

KSh million
2011*

81,453
116,792
34,101
20,776
15,507
27,777
34,829
100,900
45,323
207,101
770,651

54,495
99,550
27,569
22,994
15,238
26,462
33,776
120,794
50,115
217,495
788,097

72,598
122,004
38,956
27,879
14,186
35,995
43,558
158,721
55,812
377,496
947,206

124,042
206,672
59,133
39,681
23,045
49,357
63,338
177,323
64,669
508,412
1,315,671

56

EXPORT AND IMPORT OF SERVICES BY MAJOR SERVICE GROUPS, 2008 - 2011


KSh. Million

Major service group


Export of services
Transportation
Travel
Insurance services
Other services
Total
Import of services
Transportation
Travel
Insurance services
Financial services
Other services
Total
Net export of services

2008

57

2009

2010

2011*

88,882
52,032
722
83,237
224,873

83,484
53,366
1,094
86,064
224,008

130,512
63,393
2,516
104,030
300,451

154,564
82,230
2,939
127,306
367,306

59,478
18,375
5,547
2,378
9,721
129,373
95,499

65,036
17,536
7,018
2,880
54,864
147,334
76,674

73,922
16,787
9,104
5,165
69,036
174,014
126,437

94,086
17,507
10,632
7,742
78,595
208,562
158,744

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International Trade and Balance of Payments

KENYAN EXPORTS BY DESTINATION


2008
Europe
European Union
Other European countries
Total Europe
America
U.S.A
Canada
Other American countries
Total America
Africa
EAC
COMESA
Other African countries

2009

2010

KSh Million
2011*

89,295
5,390
94,685

92,015
8,960
100,975

97,922
11,501
109,422

114,959
20,000
134,959

20,512
745
798
22,055

17,422
1,009
531
18,961

22,522
1,170
688
24,380

25,710
1,167
615
27,491

83,942
11,131
21,921

90,460
52,598
19,552

101,312
67,709
19,893

137,156
86,110
24,335

Total Africa1

116,995

162,732

188,914

247,601

Total Asia
All Other Countries
Total Exports

57,241
206
344,947

59,236
3,044
251,011

81,600
5,225
302,595

95,449
5,530
388,001

Total is not addition of EAC, COMESA and other africa


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KENYAN IMPORTS BY ORIGIN


DESCRIPTION
Europe
European Union
Other European countries
Total Europe
America
U.S.A
Canada
Other American countries
Total America
Africa
EAC
COMESA

Other African countries


2

Total Africa
Total Asia
All Other Countries n.e.s
GRAND TOTAL

2008

2009

2010

KSh Million
2011*

135,201
31,258
166,459

140,846
31,031
171,878

185,431
18,484
203,915

227,973
27,390
255,362

27,549
4,532
11,496
43,577

50,056
6,139
8,721
64,916

39,316
7,068
9,263
55,647

44,566
7,445
27,350
79,362

12,590

12,568

20,351

26,899

28,253

20,529

31,216

44,069

50,473

71,569

63,237

80,892

85,991

104,672

114,804

151,860

468,770
155
770,651

442,125
4,506
788,097

567,921
4,920
947,206

821,076
8,011
1,315,671

COMESA includes imports from Uganda

Total is not addition of EAC, COMESA and other africa


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International Trade and Balance of Payments

EXTERNAL MERCHANDISE TRADE INDICES

Unit value price index


Imports
Total exports
Quantum index
Imports
Total exports
Terms of trade index (TOT)

2008

2009

2010

2009=100
2011*

1,339
1,030

100
100

126
111

157
132

320
294
77

100
100
100

95
92
88

77
90
84

60

TOURISM INDICATORS, 2008-2011

Visitor Arrivals
Visitors to Parks
Visitors to Museum & historic sites
Tourism earnings
Hotel Accommodation
Hotel bed nights available
Hotel bed nights occupied
Rooms available
Rooms Occupied
Bed Occupancy rate
Room Occupancy rate

Unit
('000)
('000)
('000)
KSh billion

2008
1,203.2
1,633.9
493.2
52.7
14,233.6
3,699.0
8,142.6
2,618.6
26.0
32.2

('000)
('000)
('000)
('000)
%
%

61

2009
1,490.4
2,385.1
763.1
62.5
17,125.3
6,242.8
10,335.4
4,064.7
36.5
39.3

2010
1,609.1
2,764.9
942.0
73.7
17,161.8
6,662.3
10,190.0
3,702.2
38.8
36.3

2011*
1,822.9
2,664.1
843.4
97.9
17,419.6
7,015.2
10,552.2
4,787.7
40.3
45.4

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Tourism

TOURIST ARRIVALS, 2008-2011

1,822.9

Year

2011

1,609.1

2010

1,490.4

2009
1,203.2

2008
-

500.0

1,000.0

1,500.0

Number ('000)
62

2,000.0

TOURISM EARNINGS, 2008-2011

97.9

Value (KSh Billion)

100.0
90.0
80.0
70.0
60.0
50.0

73.7
62.5
52.7

40.0
30.0
20.0
10.0
0.0
2008

2009

2010
Year

63

2011

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Transport and Communication

TRANSPORT & COMMUNICATION


TRANSPORT & COMMUNICATION
Air Passengers handled

'000's

Air freight handled

Million Tonnes

Pipeline throughput

2008

2009

2010

2011*

6,376.0

6,888.2

7,516.4

8,721.7

321.8

282.7

248.8

306.0

3,848.6

4,326.2

4,203.7

4,257.4

Freight handled by Kenya Railways

'000 m
'000 Tonnes

Freight handled by Kenya Ports

''

Container Traffic at the sea port

TEUs

Ships Docking

No.

1,686

1,748

1,579

1,684

Mobile Telephone Capacity

'000's

25,965

29,000

46,629

47,350

No. of tel. exchange connections

'000's

527

696

460

278

Fixed line Tele-density

1.4

1.8

1.2

0.7

Tele-accessibilty

36.4

46.8

51.2

64

64

1,628

1,532

1,572

1,596

16,415
615,733

19,062
618,816

18,977
695,600

19,953
770,804

MOBILE PHONES & EXCHANGE CONNECTIONS, 2008-2011

278

2011

47,350
460.0

2010

46,629.0
696.0

29,000.0

Year

2009

527.0

2008

25,965.0
0

5,000

10,000

15,000

20,000 25,000 30,000


Number ('000)

No. of tel. exchange connections

65

35,000

40,000

45,000

Mobile Telephone Capacity

50,000

Transport and Communication

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REGISTRATION OF MOTOR VEHICLES

Type of Vehicle
Saloon Cars
Station Wagons
Panel Vans, Pick-ups, etc
Lorries/Trucks
Buses and Coaches
Mini Buses/Matatu
Trailers
Wheeled Tractors
Motor and Auto Cycles
Three Wheelers
Other vehicles
Total Units Registered

Unit
No.
''
''
''
''
''
''
''
''
''
''
''

2008
18,686
24,747
8,983
6,691
1,243
5,206
2,100
1,262
51,412
704
797
121,831

Source: Kenya Revenue Authority


* Provisional.

66

2009
16,930
27,599
7,120
6,037
1,057
4,483
2,883
1,115
91,151
863
2,575
161,813

2010
16,165
37,553
6,975
4,924
1,264
3,600
2,379
1,161
117,266
1,521
3,648
196,456

2011*
11,026
31,199
7,442
5,247
1,662
451
2,556
1,179
140,215
2,140
2,724
205,841

MOTOR VEHICLE REGISTRATION, 2008 -2011

196,456

250,000

205,841

161,813
200,000

Number

150,000

121,831

100,000

50,000

0
2008

2009

2010
Year
67

2011

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Manufacturing

QUANTUM INDICES OF MANUFACTURING PRODUCTION,2008-2011


Industry
Meat & Dairy Products
Canned veg fruits,fish,oils&fats
Grain mill products
Bakery products
Sugar and confectionery
Miscellaneous foods
Food manufacturing
Beverages
Tobacco
Beverages and tobacco
Clothing
Paper and paper products
Printing and publishing
Basic industrial chemicals
Petroleum and other chemicals
Rubber products
Plastic products
Clay and other products
Non metallic minerals
Metals products
Electrical machinery
Transport equipments
Miscellaneous manufactures
Total manufacturing

2008
142.9
649.7
244.9
194.6
248.6
277.2
258.8
335.1
323.9
337.0
428.4
522.6
240.7
52.2
1323.2
558.3
1513.9
1751.6
347.6
320.6
140.5
1106.7
1811.1
376.5

68

2009
178.2
680.1
257.5
207.0
264.8
261.7
271.6
322.2
293.1
321.5
328.5
427.1
210.5
50.7
1442.1
640.5
2063.4
1748.2
412.0
345.8
134.9
1047.4
3596.9
395.2

2010
199.6
697.9
301.0
224.3
253.4
315.0
292.0
332.3
304.6
331.9
334.4
415.0
183.5
60.2
1530.2
611.2
2282.0
1705.3
427.5
350.6
136.7
1119.1
5795.3
419.7

1976=100
2011*
211.0
719.2
293.7
221.0
239.4
303.1
285.3
365.9
340.7
366.2
397.5
373.5
161.9
65.5
1753.5
536.5
2247.8
1719.2
482.9
385.8
131.7
1181.4
6628.2
425.3

KEY AGRICULTURAL AND FORESTRY INDICATORS, 2008-2011


2008
2009
+
Per cent
22.7
23.9
Contribution of Agriculture to GDP
Major Commodities Marketed
Coffee1 .. .. .. ..

2010
22.1

2011*
24.0

000 tonnes

38.7

48.9

38.9

30.0

Tea .. .. .. ..

"

345.8

314.1

399.0

377.9

Wheat+ .. .. .. ..

"

82.1

123.1

190.2

100.9

"

Maize .. .. .. ..

340.5

191.0

294.6

405.8

mn. tonnes

5.1

5.6

5.7

5.3

ton

12.5

7.0

5.8

7.0

Milk

mn ltr

398.5

406.5

515.7

549.0

Forest Plantation area


1 Deliveries to boards and factories

000 ha

114.0

112.7

118.8

121.7

Sugar-cane .. .. ..
Pyrethrum (extract equivalent)

+ base year =2001

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MILK INTAKE BY PROCESSORS, 2008-2010

515.7

600.0

Quantity(Million Litres)

500.0

398.5

549.0

406.5

400.0
300.0
200.0
100.0
0.0
2008

2009

2010
Year
70

2011

TOTAL EXPENDITURE ON ROADS, 2008/09-2011/12

Ksh million
2008/09
Development
Trunk Roads
Primary Roads
Secondary Roads
Miscalleneous Roads
Total
Recurrent (Maintenance and Repair)
Total

20,126.6
7,433.8
7,770.7
948.4
36,279.6
10,163.8
46,443.3

71

2009/10
28,514.6
11,579.1
7,877.6
4,730.0
52,701.3
15,446.2
68,147.4

2010/11*

2011/12+

16,243.7
19,503.7
8,636.3
4,253.7
48,637.4
12,550.5
61,187.9

38,646.9
16,741.6
9,424.2
4,641.8
69,454.9
12,797.4
82,252.3

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NUMBER OF REGISTERED VOTERS BY PROVINCE AND GENDER1, 2011

Province

Male

2011*
Female

Nairobi
745,556
Coast
519,301
N/Eastern
115,419
Eastern
1,006,628
Central
974,413
Rift Valley
1,539,289
Western
656,613
Nyanza
833,154
TOTAL
6,390,373
Source: Independent Electoral Commission
1
Registered by IIEC in 2009

525,552
472,356
113,630
1,006,013
968,725
1,478,772
674,427
839,560
6,079,035

72

Total
1,271,108
991,657
229,049
2,012,641
1,943,138
3,018,061
1,331,040
1,672,714
12,469,408

Governance

ANNUAL CRIMES REPORTED TO POLICE STATIONS, 2008 - 2011


Number
Crime Category

2008

2009

2010

Homicide

2,037

2,214

2,239

2,641

Offences against morality

3,116

4,068

4,817

4,703

Other offences against persons

16496

20,539

20,012

20,144

Robbery

3,401

2,938

2,843

3,262

Breakings

6,626

7,053

6,453

7,325

Theft of stock

2,269

2,876

2,244

2,269

Stealing

2011*

11,435

11,972

11,986

13,797

Theft by servant

2,387

2,732

2,591

Dangerous drugs

4,407

5,541

5,081

2,889
4,649

Criminal damage

3,760

3,417

3,327

Economic crimes

1,898

2,324

2,662

Other penal code offences


Total

3,345
3,036

3,994

4,864

4,956

5,726

61,826

70,538

69,211

73,786

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DISTRIBUTION OF MAGISTRATES AND JUDGES IN LAW COURTS BY CADRE, 2008 - 2011

Category
Magistrates
Chief Magistrate
Senior Principal Magistrate
Principal Magistrates
Senior Resident Magistrates
Resident Magistrates
District Magistrate (II)
Sub-total
Judges
Court of Appeal Judges
High Court Judges
Supreme court judges
Sub-total
Total

2008

2009

2010

Number
2011*

14
17
35
100
116
5
287

22
25
52
87
95
0
281

22
26
69
93
74
74
358

15
22
69
89
74
69
338

10
48
0
58
345

11
46
0
57
338

11
45
0
56
414

10
70
7
87
425

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Governance

NUMBER OF NATIONAL IDENTITY CARDS ISSUED AND REPLACED, 2009 2011


Application
Applications processed
Identity cards collected
2009
2010
2011*
2009
2010
2011* 2009
2010
2011*
CENTRAL
75,849 112,699 91,509 71,408 87,989 113,941 67,835 82,212 51,277
COAST
50,085 62,960 68,339 67,052 41,205 68,531 53,612 40,024 26,367
EASTERN
100,897 178,881 114,876 93,004 104,985 142,195 92,528 96,927 68,413
NAIROBI
62,681 69,950 49,982 60,926 65,204 53,185 62,742 55,878 33,587
N/EASTERN
1,691 17,745 10,376
5,169
7,669 33,414
4,424
6,254 12,754
NYANZA
85,873 162,588 131,232 83,033 104,765 123,603 84,570 103,306 57,389
RIFT VALLEY
151,346 240,768 184,530 131,394 149,273 180,942 115,827 175,205 97,523
WESTERN
83,320 131,380 105,564 66,548 71,129 98,595 65,560 79,538 51,063
TOTAL.
611,742 976,971 756,408 578,534 632,219 814,406 547,098 639,344 398,373
Source: National Registration Bureau

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OTHER STATISTICAL PUBLICATIONS


OTHER STATISTICAL PUBLICATIONS
1. Economic Survey (Annual)

15. Kenya Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey

2. Statistical Abstact (Annual)

( MICS) 2002

3. Leading Economic Indicators ( Monthly)

16. Geographical Dimensions of the well being

4. Consumer Price Index (Monthly)

in Kenya. Where are the poor? Vol I and II

5. Reports on Poverty in Kenya (3 Vols)

17. Fact Sheet on 1999 Census and other

6. 2009 Kenya Population and Housing Census

Development Indicators

Basic Reports Volume IA, IB, IC and Vol. II

18. The 1999 Population Census highlights

7. 1999 Population Census Analytical

19. The Kenya Demographic and Health

-Reports (12 Vol 5)

Survey (Basic report) 2003

8. Welfare Monitoring Reports

20. Basic Report on well-being

Vol 1 (1994) & Vol 11 (1997)

in Kenya 2005/2006

9. National Micro and small Enterprise

21. National Food Balance Sheet 2000-2005

Baseline Survey 1999 (05)

22. Kenya National Adult Literacy

10 Child Labour Report

Survey report 2007

11 UHBS 1993/94 Report

24. Atlas of population and development

12 New CPI users' Guide

Indicators

13. A Popular version of 1998/99

25. Basic Report. Kenya Integrated Household

Child Labour Report

Budget Survey 2005/06 (Revised Edition)

14. Geographic Information Maps of 1999

26. Nature's Benefits in Kenya: An Atlas of the

Census.

Ecosystems and Human Well- Being


27. Catalogue of KNBS Publications 2011

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Kenya Facts and Figures 2012

OTHER STATISTICAL PUBLICATIONS


28. Constituency Report on well-being in Kenya base on KIHBS 2005/06
29. Well being in Kenya- A socio Economic Profile- 2008
30. Labour Force Analytical Survey- Based on KIHBS 2005/06
31. Food Insecurity Assessment in Kenya- Based on KIHBS 2005/06
32. The 2008 Consumer Price Index (CPI)
33. KIHBS 2005/06- Child Labour Analytical Report
For detailed information, please refer to the Economic Survey 2012 Edition

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For Enquiries & Clarifications


Contact
Director General
Kenya National Bureau of Statistics
P.O. BOX 30266, 00100 - GPO
Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254-20-317583/6/8.
website: www.knbs.or.ke
Email: directorgeneral@knbs.or.ke
Fax: +254-20-315977