Scale varies. (E 33°54'00"--E 41°54'00"/N 5°02'00"--S 4°40'00").
This dataset is a collection of vector and raster data, allowing for analysis on poverty and ecosystem services within Kenya. Many of these data layers were used in generating map products contained in "Nature's benefits in Kenya: an atlas of ecosystems and human well-being." Included are data layers covering a wide-range of topics including: administrative boundaries, population, pverty, agriculture, land cover, elevation, rainfall, biodiversity, wildlife, tourism, water, irrigation and hydropower.
Title taken from World Resources Institute website: http://www.wri.org/resources/data-sets/kenya-gis-data (viewed on 10/31/2014).
System requirements: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) software that reads ESRI shapefile format.