Kenya is an East African country located at the equator. The economy, dependent on agriculture and tourism, is prone to boom and bust cycles, and about half of the workers in the agricultural sector (which employs three-quarters of the country) remain at the subsistence level, despite economic reforms that have otherwise put Kenya on a path of steady economic growth. Kenya has a significant drug problem, with widespread harvesting of marijuana for domestic use. The United Nations estimates that 5 to 10 percent of the population between the ages of 15 and 64 are annual marijuana users. In addition, a substantial number of youth, particularly in Nairobi, use inhalants. Kenya is also a transit country for South Asian heroin destined for Europe and North America ...

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