Traditional economic development theory advocates the development of infrastructur as the necessary conducive environment to attract foreign investment. In return for their investment in a developing country, foreign multinationals create employment. They contribute to the gross domestic product and pay taxes. They may even get involved in social responsibility projects as good corporate citizens.
Africa is a continent richly endowed with mineral resources, and yet remains underdeveloped. Many around the world, when asked about what they know about Africa, the first thing that comes to their minds is poverty.
Kenya has always had a problem when it comes to infrastructure. Poor roads among developing countries pose an obstacle to inclusive growth according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) Kenya at the moment is making great progress in terms of infrastructural development.
Welcome to Lake Nakuru National Park which is a protected area. It is located in the Great Rift Valley in Kenya. The park was established in the year 1961 as a bird sanctuary area. Later in the year 1968, it was gazetted as a National Park. The park has a lake, Lake Nakuru whose size varies according to the rainfall. At the moment the lake covers 73 square kilometers because of flooding. Lake Nakuru is famous for the vast numbers of flamingoes that feed off it's algae. The catchment area covers 1800 square kilometers.