In Kenya, there is an infrastructure that supports economic development. To build a well-connected country, significant public and private contributions have helped create networks for ground transport and communication.
Kenya’s economy is distinguished from most African countries by the fact that it is one of the most diversified and advanced. Key sectors of the economy include agriculture, manufacturing, real estate and services. Although agriculture remains the mainstay of the economy at 30% of GDP, manufacturing’s share of GDP has been rising significantly over the years. At 10%, manufacturing is the second-largest contributor to GDP, with the processing of agricultural products a key factor in growth. (Source: invest.go.ke/kenyas-economy)