The Kenya Primary Equity in Early Learning (KPEEL) Programme
The Kenya Primary Equity in Early Learning (KPEEL) Programme is a 5 years’ (2022- 2027) initiative being implemented by the MoE with support from the World Bank and the Global Partnership for Education (GPE). The Programme Development Objective (PDO) is to reduce regional disparities in learning outcomes, improve the retention of girls in upper Primary Education, and strengthen systems for delivering equitable education outcomes. Here- in, the MoE provides the overall strategic leadership and programme oversight while various entities affiliated to the MoE support the implementation of activities that align with their mandates. The Programme adopts two funding models; the Disbursement Linked Indicator (DLI) or Programme for Results model and, the Investment Project Financing (IPF) model.
Under this arrangement The National Council for Nomadic Education in Kenya (NACONEK) is implementing Result Area 1 of DLI 2: Equalize learning opportunities: improve learning outcomes in target Counties and for refugee populations. Under the IPF component, NACONEK is implementing interventions addressing the Out of School Children (OOSC) and clean energy. Each funding model requires its own distinct budget and workplan.