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Kenya External and Government Debt

Kenya National Debt Data

Indicator Data Period
Government Debt to GDP 67.3 % 2022
External Debt 5453 KES Billion | 36.608 B USD Jun/23
Government Debt 10190 KES Billion | 68.409 B USD Jun/23


Latest data on Government Debt to GDP (%)

Government Debt to GDP
                     Kenya - Historical Data (%)

What is Kenya Government Debt to GDP Ratio?

  • Government Debt to GDP in Kenya decreased to 67.3 % in 2022. The maximum level was 78.3 % and minimum was 38.2 %
  • Data published Yearly by Central Bank.

Historical Data (%) by years

Data
Period
Date
67.3 2022 18.04.2023
68.4 2021 04.04.2022
65.6 2020 28.03.2021
62.4 2019 04.12.2020
57 2018 25.06.2019
57.1 2017 11.04.2018
55.2 2016 11.08.2017
45.5 2015 31.12.2015


Historical Chart by presidents (%)

Government Debt to GDP in Kenya by presidents

Name Period Start Data End Data Max Value Min Value CHG% Start/End
Uhuru Kenyatta 09.04.2013 - 55.2000 55.2000 55.2000 55.2000 0.00%


Latest data on External Debt (KES Billion)

External Debt
                     Kenya - Historical Data (KES Billion)

What is external debt of Kenya?

  • External Debt in Kenya increased to 5453 KES Billion (36.608 B USD) in June 2023. The maximum debt was 3820 KES Billion and minimum was 362 KES Billion
  • Data published Monthly by Central Bank.

Historical Data (KES Billion) by years

Data
Period
Date
5453 Jun/23 27.09.2023
5137 May/23 19.09.2023
5092 Apr/23 14.07.2023
4851 Mar/23 25.05.2023
4681 Jan/23 08.04.2023
4673 Dec/22 01.03.2023
4463 Nov/22 14.01.2023
4335 Sep/22 21.11.2022


Historical Chart by presidents (KES Billion)

External Debt in Kenya by presidents

Name Period Start Data End Data Max Value Min Value CHG% Start/End
Uhuru Kenyatta 09.04.2013 - 2159.0700 2512.4300 2512.4300 2159.0700 16.37%


Latest data on Government Debt (KES Billion)

Government Debt
                     Kenya - Historical Data (KES Billion)

How much is National Debt of Kenya?

  • Government Debt in Kenya remained unchanged at 10190 KES Billion (68.409 B USD) in June 2023. The maximum volume was 7352 KES Billion and minimum was 724 KES Billion
  • Data published Monthly by Central Bank.

Historical Data (KES Billion) by years

Data
Period
Date
10190 Jun/23 26.09.2023
9687 May/23 31.08.2023
9635 Apr/23 28.07.2023
9391 Mar/23 25.05.2023
9183 Jan/23 04.04.2023
9146 Dec/22 25.02.2023
8899 Nov/22 28.01.2023
8701 Sep/22 15.11.2022


Historical Chart by presidents (KES Billion)

Government Debt in Kenya by presidents

Name Period Start Data End Data Max Value Min Value CHG% Start/End

Other budget indicators in Kenya

Index Updated Actual Previous
Fiscal Expenditure  Jul/23 1.343 B USD 21.026
Government Budget to GDP 2022 -6.5 % -8.1
Military Expenditure 2022 1.138 B USD 1.191

Government Debt to GDP in other countries

Country Updated Actual Previous
Egypt 2022 87.2 % 92
Kenya 2022 67.3 % 67.7
Madagascar 2022 57 % 52
Zimbabwe 20 92.6 % 66.9
Tanzania 2022 38.3 % 37.9
Togo 2022 55.9 % 61
Tunisia 2021 80 % 87.6
Nigeria 2022 38 % 36.5
Sudan 2021 182 % 264
Morocco 2022 71.6 % 69.5
Senegal 2022 75 % 73
Seychelles 2022 65 % 74
South Africa 2022 67.4 % 69.9
Uganda 2022 48.6 % 45.5
Rwanda 2022 64.4 % 66.6
Liberia 2022 51.3 % 49.4
Zambia 2022 56.2 % 71.5
Mozambique 2022 101 % 130
Namibia 2022 68.9 % 67.2
Ghana 2022 88.8 % 79.6
Swaziland 2022 19.06 % 15.98
Libya 2021 83 % 155
Algeria 2022 52.4 % 62.1
Angola 2022 56.1 % 85
Benin 2022 52.8 % 50.3
Botswana 2022 26.1 % 25
Burkina Faso 2022 54.3 % 48.2
Burundi 2022 14.5 % 16.8
Central African Republic 2022 50.7 % 47.6
Chad 2022 50.4 % 55.9
Comoros 2022 31.6 % 31.1
Republic of the Congo 2022 99.57 % 108
Djibouti 2022 47 % 43.2
Equatorial Guinea 2022 27.1 % 42.6
Eritrea 2022 164 % 175
Ethiopia 2021 31.4 % 34.1
Gabon 2022 55.1 % 65.8
Gambia 2022 80.8 % 82.9
Guatemala 2022 27.45 % 29.95
Guinea 2022 35.5 % 40.4
Guinea Bissau 2022 41.1 % 37.8
Lesotho 2021 52.1 % 52.2
Malawi 2022 66.7 % 60.1
Mauritania 2022 41.9 % 44.5
Niger 2022 51.2 % 50.9
Sao Tome and Principe 2021 88 % 96.9
Sierra Leone 2022 98.8 % 79.3