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Kenya's current wildlife act caps punishment for the most serious wildlife crimes at a maximum fine of 40,000 Kenyan shillings (470 dollars, 365 euros), and a possible jail term of up to 10 years.
The Kenyan shilling has been volatile against the U.
According to a study commissioned by SNV, a Dutch NGO, an estimated 340mn litres of camel milk was produced commercially in 2007, valued at more than 8bn Kenyan shillings ($91mn) at the farm level.
Still, Novo Nordisk thinks it has cracked part of the problem in Kenya, where a project using churches and other local groups has reduced the number of middlemen in the supply chain and cut the cost of a month's supply of insulin to around 500 Kenyan shillings ($6).
Kenya has been seeing frequent falls in the Kenyan shilling exchange rate, and the bank has resorted to repos to stabilise it.
FTSE Group (FTSE) and the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) have announced the launch of the FTSE NSE Kenyan Shilling Government Bond Index, the world's first independently calculated benchmark index tracking the principal Kenyan government bond market.
4 billion Kenyan shillings, or about US$158 million, which would have translated into a raise of less than 4 percent.
Namulundu explained that per-pupil spending at the school was approximately 1,000 Kenyan shillings, or $12 per year.