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How much does agriculture contribute to Kenya’s GDP?

As of 2022, the most recent year for which data is available, agriculture, forestry and fishing accounted for 21.2% of Kenya’s gross domestic product (GDP).

Agriculture contributed 18.9% distributed as follows, growing of crops (15.2%), animal production (3.5%) and support activities to agriculture (0.2%). Forestry and logging accounted for 1.6%, while fishing and aquaculture took 0.6%.

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