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Kenya

Tana River
The 1,000 kilometres (620 mi) long Tana River is the longest river in Kenya, and gives its name to the Tana River County. Its tributaries include the Thika, as well as several smaller rivers that flow only during the rainy season. The river rises in the Aberdare Mountains to the west of Nyeri. Initially it runs east before turning south around the massif of Mount Kenya. The river then runs into the Masinga Reservoir and Kiambere Reservoir, created by the Kindaruma dam. Below the dam the river turns north and flows along the north-south boundary between the Meru and North Kitui and Bisanadi, Kora and Rabole National Reserves.

Athi River
Athi
Awach River
Dawa River
Ewaso Ng'iro
Galana River
Gilgil River
Gnus crossing the Mara River
Gucha River (Kuja River)
Indian Ocean
Isiolo River
Itare River
Jipe Ruvu River
Jubba River (Somalia)
Kathita River
Kerio River
Kiama River
Kitare River (South Awach River)
Kururu River
Lagh Bogal
Lagh Dera
Lagh Kutulo
Lak Bor
Lake Baringo
Lake Naivasha
Lake Nate
Lake Turkana
Lake Victoria
Lokichar River (Lomenyangaparat)
Lumi River
Malewa River
Mara River
Mbagathi River
Mediterranean Sea
Migori River
Milgis
Mogonga River
Molo River
Muhuhi River
Mutonga River
Nairobi River
Naro Moru river
Nile
Njoro River
Nyando River
Nzoia River
Olarabel River (Ngusero River)
Pangani River (Tanzania)
Perkerra River
Ragati River
Riana River
Ruiru River
Seyabei River
Sondu River (Miriu River)
Southern Ewaso Ng'iro
Suam River
Suguta River
Tana River
Thiba River
Thika River
Tsavo River
Tudor Creek
Turasha River
Turkwel River
Umba River
Victoria Nile (Uganda)
Voi River (Goshi River)
White Nile
Yala River