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Kenya: Quick facts

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Population in 2011: 41.6 million (Source: UN Human Development Report 2011) Capital city: Nairobi Official language/s: Kiswahili, English (Source: Lonely Planet) Currency: Kenya Shilling (KES) (Source: www.xe.com/ucc/) Famous for: The Maasai Mara and Mount Kenya (Source:…
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Uganda: Quick facts

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Population in 2011: 34.5 million (Source: UN Human Development Report 2011) Capital city: Kampala Official language/s: English, Luganda (Source: Lonely Planet) Currency: Uganda Shilling (UWS) (Source: www.xe.com/ucc/) Famous for: Source of the White Nile and gorillas…
Population in 2011: 10.9 million (Source: UN Human Development Report 2011)Capital city: KigaliOfficial language/s: Kinyarwanda, French, English (Source: Lonely Planet)Currency: Rwanda Franc (RWF) (Source: www.xe.com/ucc/)Famou...

Rwanda: Quick facts

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Population in 2011: 10.9 million (Source: UN Human Development Report 2011) Capital city: Kigali Official language/s: Kinyarwanda, French, English (Source: Lonely Planet) Currency: Rwanda Franc (RWF) (Source: www.xe.com/ucc/) Famous for: …
Population in 2011: 46.2 million (Source: UN Human Development Report 2011)Capital city: Dar es SalaamOfficial language/s: English, Swahili (Source: Lonely Planet)Currency: Tanzania Shilling (TZS) (Source: www.xe.com/ucc/)Famou...

Tanzania : Quick facts

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Population in 2011: 46.2 million (Source: UN Human Development Report 2011) Capital city: Dar es Salaam Official language/s: English, Swahili (Source: Lonely Planet) Currency: Tanzania Shilling (TZS) (Source: www.xe.com/ucc/) Famous for: The Serengetti, Mount Kilimanjaro and…

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