Kenya, located in East Africa, has an area of 580,370 km2. Kenya, with a population of 47,600,000 people, is ranked 29th in the population table of 196 countries and has a moderate population density of 82 inhabitants per square kilometer.
Its capital is Nairobi and its currency is Kenyan Shillings. Kenya is the 63rd largest economy by GDP. Its public debt in 2019 was €52,956 million, with a debt of 62.14% of GDP. Its debt per capita is €1,113 per capita. The latest published annual rate of change of the CPI in Kenya is from April 2021 and was 5.8%.
There are some variables that may help you to know something more if you are going to travel to Kenya or just want to know more about the standard of living of its inhabitants.
The GDP per capita is a very good indicator of the standard of living and in the case of Kenya, in 2019, it was €1,790, so you find with this figure it is at the bottom of the table, in the 146th place. Its inhabitants have a very low standard of living in relation to the 196 countries in the ranking of GDP per capita.
As for the Human Development Index or HDI, which is prepared by the United Nations to measure the progress of a country and ultimately shows us the standard of living of its inhabitants, indicates that Kenyans have a poor quality of life. If the reason for visiting Kenya is business, it is useful to know that Kenya is ranked 61st out of 190 in the Doing Business ranking, which classifies countries according to the ease of doing business.
As for the Corruption Perception Index of the public sector in Kenya, it was 31 points, so its inhabitants believe that there is a lot of corruption in the public sector. In the tables at the bottom of the page you can find more information about the economy and demographics of Kenya and if you want to see information about any other country you can do it from economy countries.