Sample History Paper on Kenya is a good country

Kenya, an East African country bordered by Ethiopia, Uganda, Tanzania, Sudan and having Nairobi as the capital city. A country known for various captivating factors such as diverse tourist attractions. There are other significant aspects that contribute to the good nature of Kenya such as economically, politically and socially.

Political factor: Kenya practices democracy, the most efficient political systems used today by the most successful countries. It was also used effectively in the medieval times by Greeks and Romans. Democracy have granted the Kenyan people a vote on the major factors of the country including political economic and social issues through the representatives they designate to be in charge thus promoting change and stable administration.

Economic factor: A steady growth of the economic sector has been recorded in Kenya and according to the World Bank; the growth averaged 5.7% showing that Kenya’s economy is one of the fastest growing economies in Africa. This factor stability has aided Kenya in increasing the standard of living, the life expectancy of its people and heaves a strengthened fiscal setting that generates resources for better development in the future and environmental protection.

Social aspect: Kenya has worked its way up to the settling of some of the millennium development Goals (MDG) which was specifically set up by the United Nation to curb some of the socially related issues for example extreme poverty, women empowerment, improvement of maternal health and reduction of child mortality. This has been realized by revitalizing of various sectors such as the introduction of free primary school education in 2003, increment of annual allocation of funds to the National Women and Youth Enterprise fund and growing of the housing production at 200000 units per annum.

In conclusion, Kenya shows a high potential to both foreigners and its citizens regarding to the factors mentioned above and also the vision 2030 in place shows room for more progress.

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