- Kenya Facts... Storytellers in Kenya are highly respected. Children learn traditions, history and lessons by listening to people tell the many different folktales, legends and myths... Learn More
Eating and Recipes...
Afternoon tea is a daily custom throughout the country. Depending on the type of food, people may eat their food utensils or the right hand.... Learn More
- In their Language... English is an official language and is widely used, especially for business and official purposes. However, Kiswahili (also called Swahili) was proclaimed the national language... Learn More
- Family... The family unit usually includes the extended family. There is much interaction between uncles, aunts, and cousins. In fact, children call their maternal aunts, “mother”,... Learn More
Kenyans generally are modestly dressed. Shorts (for women) are generally only appropriate in resort areas. Women usually wear dresses, but many young urban women... Learn More