Kericho District


Kericho District
Kericho District
Basisdaten
Einwohner
- Bevölkerungsdichte
468.493 Einw. [1]
222 Einw./km²
Fläche 2111 km²
Koordinaten 0° 22′ S, 35° 18′ O-0.3666666666666735.3Koordinaten: 0° 22′ S, 35° 18′ O
Kericho District (Kenia)
Kericho District
Kericho District
Politik
Provinz Rift Valley
Teepflücker bei Kericho.

Kericho District ist ein Distrikt in der kenianischen Provinz Rift Valley. Die Hauptstadt des Distriktes ist Kericho. Im Distrikt lebten 1999 468.000 Menschen auf 2111 km². Im Kericho District wird hauptsächlich Tee angebaut. Kericho ist das Zentrum des bedeutendsten Teeanbaugebietes in Kenia. Im Kericho District sind die Kipsigis beheimatet, die zum Volk der Kalendjin gehören.

Gliederung

Der Distrikt teilt sich in Councils und Divisionen auf. Es gibt drei Wahlbezirke: Belgut, Ainamoi und Kipkelion.

Councils
Sitz der Behörde Typ Einwohner[2]
Kericho Gemeinde 85.126
Londiani Stadt 37.538
Kipkelion Stadt 36.324
Kipsigis County 309.505
Gesamt - 468.493
Divisionen
Division Einwohner[2] Hauptstadt
Ainamoi 119.696 Kericho
Belgut 100.325 Kabianga
Chilchila 36.983
Kipkelion 64.477 Kipkelion
Londiani 59.441 Londiani
Sigowet 61.778
Soin 25.793
Gesamt 468.493 -

Einzelnachweise

  1. statoids.com, abgerufen am 13. Februar 2010.
  2. a b Statistik auf cck.go.ke, abgerufen am 13. Februar 2010.

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