|Elgeyo Marakwet County|
|Homa Bay County|
|Taita Taveta County|
|Tana River County|
|Tharaka Nithi County|
|Uasin Gishu County|
|West Pokot County|
|Summary and Quick Quiz|
Narok County has a population of 850, 920. Its capital and largest town is Narok.
Along with Kisii County, Narok County has been identified as having the highest level of practice of female genital mutilation in the country.
Areas of high population density
Areas of low population density
Traditional way of life of the people
Songs and dances
Traditional medical practices
When a Maasai child is born, he/she is not given an official name; rather, the child is given a temporary name, which is called the Embolet, meaning an opening. From the day of his birth, until the naming ceremony is held, the child will be referred to using the Embolet name. Maasai children are not all the same age when their naming ceremony is held.
The Eunoto ceremony marks the end of one age-set's period of active junior warrior, and their promotion as senior warriors (sometimes called junior elders). For those involved, the ceremony is the beginning of their acceptance into full adult life, which will culminate if they live long enough in their respected status as senior elders. Completion of the ceremony entitles them to take wives and raise families, although for many it also marks the end of the most privileged time of lives.
The Maasai generally don't use musical instruments when they are singing or dancing. All of their music is vocal, except for a large horn that is used for certain songs.
Main cash crops and food crops grown
Areas where the cash crops are grown
Types of livestock kept
Areas where fishing is practiced
The major forests
The types of wildlife
Game parks and reserves
Traditional industries and the products
The major trading centres