Kenya is a country in East Africa and capital city Nairobi. Lying along the Indian Ocean, at the equator, Kenya is bordered by Ethiopia (north), Somalia (northeast), Tanzania (south), Uganda plus Lake Victoria (west), and Sudan (northwest).
Independent Kenya's first system of education was introduced by British colonists. After Kenya's independence on December 12, 1963, an authority named Ominde Commission was formed to introduce changes that would reflect the nation's sovereignty.
Kenya has numerous wildlife reserves, containing thousands of animal species, and Kenya is a diverse country, with many different cultures represented.
Notable cultures include the Swahili on the coast, pastoralist communities in the north, and several different communities in the central and western regions. Today, the Maasai culture is well known, given its heavy exposure from tourism, however, Maasai make up a relatively minor percentage of the Kenyan population. The Maasai are known for their elaborate upper body adornment and jewelry.

Oil exploration
Early in 2006 Chinese President Hu Jintao signed an oil exploration contract with Kenya; the latest in a series of deals designed to keep Africa's natural resources flowing to China's rapidly expanding economy.

The deal allowed for China's state-controlled offshore oil and gas company, CNOOC Ltd, to prospect for oil in Kenya, which is just beginning to drill its first exploratory wells on the borders of Sudan and Somalia and in coastal waters. No oil has been discovered yet, and there has been no formal estimate of the possible reserves.
Natural Gas Discovery
In the first quarter of 2010, China's CNOOC discovered unconfirmed but significant quantities of Natural Gas in North Eastern Kenya. An ongoing assessment will determine whether the gas quantities are commercially viable before a formal announcement is made. The gas discovery has raised hopes for that it is only a matter of time before Oil is discovered.

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Liwonde National Park Malawi (Southern) East Africa, is situated on the east bank of the Shire River, at the southern end of Lake Malombe. The park is long, thin and flat, with hills towards the southern tip.
To view animals, the best time to visit Liwonde is in the dry season when they come to the river to drink. Animals living in the park include: elephant, hippo, Burchell's zebra, black rhino (very rarely seen), warthog, greater kudu, vervet monkey, baboon, impala, water buck, bush buck, mongoose, crocodile and monitor lizard. In recent years some lions are known to have taken up residence in the park, but these are unlikely to be seen.
A wide variety of birds can be seen all year round. Among them, of course, is also the African Fish Eagle, Malawi's official bird. The birds are actually one of the main attractions of the park, for those who are somewhat knowledgeable in the field. The flora is dominated by mopane woodland, so named because the tswana word 'mopane' refers to the butterfly shape of the leaves. Other species includes the spectacular baobab trees and the poetic fever trees.
Lodge and Camp for safariChinguini Hills Camp, 5km into the park from the southern entrance, Mvuu Camp and Mvuu Lodge, Njobvu Cultural Lodge, Njobvu Cultural Village Njobvu Cultural Village is run by local villagers and is an important source of revenue for the community. Benefiting from Liwonde park tourism encourages communities to conserve their valuable natural and cultural resources. A percentage of the funds are used to support a nursery school. Visitors of the lodge experience the real Malawian life, by sleeping in the traditional mud brick hut in the village and meeting the villagers and their traditions.
Another Malawi national Park: Kasungu National Park, Lake Malawi National Park, Lengwe National Park, and Nyika National Park.