The National Council for Nomadic Education in Kenya (NACONEK) is a Semi-Autonomous
Government Agency (SAGA) under the Ministry of Education. The purpose of establishing the
council was primarily to bridge the education disparities, characteristic of the ASAL (purely
nomadic) regions, pockets of poverty (within the ASALs) areas and Urban Informal Settlements
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A well–educated population in the nomadic regions, pockets of poverty areas and urban informal settlements proactively engaged in the transformation of Kenya.
To coordinate and strengthen the management, administration and delivery of quality basic education to populations in the ASAL areas, pockets of poverty regions and urban informal settlements of Kenya.”
In carrying out its mandate, the Council upholds the following core values: Respect for the right of the child Integrity Team work Transparency and accountability Professionalism Respect of diversity Gender equity Continual learning
Launch of Operation Come to School – Phase 2 Project Launch | Kenya
PROJECT OVERVIEW Kenya’s population is estimated at 47.6 million, according to 2019 census data. Some 18.3 million of these people are children of school age.
NACONEK MULTI-SECTOR PARTNERS ENGAGEMENT WORKSHOP
The IMPReSSED (Integrated Mechanisms for Poverty Reduction Strategies for Sustainable Education & Development) Project is a scale up on lessons learnt from the NIWFESS Pilot
GARISSA AND MANDERA STAKEHOLDERS’ WORKSHOP TO VALIDATE FRAMEWORK FOR INTEGRATION OF DUKSI AND MADRASSA INTO FORMAL EDUCATION SYSTEM IN KENYA
The three-day workshop was organized and coordinated by NACONEK with support from UNICEF. The workshop was convened to validate the framework to integrate Duksi and