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In 2004 the Kenyan Ministry of Health announced that HIV/AIDS had surpassed malaria and tuberculosis as the leading disease killer in the country.Due largely to AIDS, life expectancy in Kenya has dropped by about a decade.The 2006 report ranked Kenya 152nd out of 177 countries on the HDI and pointed out that Kenya is one of the world's worst performers in infant mortality.Estimates of the infant mortality rate range from 57 to 74 deaths/1,000 live births.Since 1984 more than 1.5 million Kenyans have died because of HIV/AIDS. More than 700 people a day die of HIV-related illnesses.The prevalence rate for women is nearly twice that for men. AIDS has contributed significantly to Kenya's dismal ranking in the latest UNDP Human Development Report, whose Human Development Index (HDI) score is an amalgam of gross domestic product per head, figures for life expectancy, adult literacy, and school enrolment.Another significant feature of Kenyan geography is the Great Rift Valley, the wide, steep canyon that cuts through the highlands.

Khloe Kardashian reveals she and French Montana are abstaining due to his religious beliefs Too much information…Historical records not only from the travels of Johann Ludwig Krapf and Johannes Rebmann reveal that Kenyans had access to education as far back as 1728 with a Swahili manuscript Utendi wa Tambuka (Book of Heraclius) attesting to the fact.The CMS missionaries interacted with locals in the coastal town of Mombasa and set up one of the earliest mission schools in the country at Rabai in 1846.Estimates of the incidence of infection differ widely.Despite politically charged disputes over the numbers, however, the Kenyan government recently declared HIV/AIDS a national disaster.The highest point, at 17,058 feet (5,200 meters), is Mount Kenya.Kenya shares Lake Victoria, the largest lake in Africa and the main source of the Nile River, with Tanzania and Uganda.In the west are the highlands where the altitude rises from three thousand to ten thousand feet.Nairobi, Kenya's largest city and capital, is located in the central highlands.Tropical diseases, especially malaria and tuberculosis, have long been a public health problem in Kenya.In recent years, infection with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), which causes acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), also has become a severe problem.

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