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Urban population trends, Kenya and Nairobi

As the total urban population of Kenya continues to grow, the capital of Nairobi still harbours the largest share of the country’s urban population. Between 1948 and 2009, Nairobi’s share of the country’s urban population increased from 5.2% to 32.4% and in 2009 the city had an estimated 3.1 million inhabitants.

Year: 2011

From collection: Green Hills, Blue Cities - an Ecosystems Approach to Water Resources Management for African Cities

Cartographer: Riccardo Pravettoni

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