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Peace Corps suspended its volunteer activities in Kenya in July 2014.

More than 5,155 Peace Corps Volunteers have served in Kenya since the program was established in 1964. Working in the areas of education, health and community economic development during their service, Volunteers learned to speak the local languages, including: Kiswahili, Kenyan Sign Language, Kalenjin, Kikuyu, Luo and Luyha. 


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Vital Statistics

Population Average
45.5 million
Program Dates
Number of Volunteers
Total Volunteers to Date
Program Sectors

Education, Health, Community Economic Development

Languages Spoken
Kiswahili, Kenyan Sign Language, Kalenjin, Kikuyu, Luo and Luyha


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