Educating the hard to reach nomads

The National Commission of Nomadic Education (NCNE) was established via an Act Cap N 20 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria (LFN) of 2004 with the mandate of providing qualitative and functional basic education to the educationally disadvantaged nomadic groups in the Country. These groups include:

  • Nomadic pastoralists
  • Migrant fisher-folk
  • Migrant farmers 

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Drillings & Procurement

Skills Acquisition

Skills Acquisition

OUR RECENT ACHIEVEMENTS

  1. Infrastructural Development through acquisition of a Permanent Head Office Complex for the Commission.
  2. In 2017, the government approved a permanent and befitting Head office accommodation complex for the Commission………………………

Our Statistics

Increased pupils’ enrolment from 590,511 in 2016 to 1,570,983 in 2022, number of teachers from 14,936 in 2016 to 26,660 in 2022 and number of Nomadic Schools (pastoralists, migrant fisher folk and migrant farmers schools) from 3,611 in 2016 to 7,314 in 2022.

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NCNE Main Plans

2023-2027 Road Map

A visualization of NCNE's major objectives and strategies between 2023 to 2027.

2024-2026 MTSS

Medium Term Sector Strategy 2024-2026

Strategic Plan

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2024 Workplan

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Our Clients

Nomadic Pastoralist

Migrant Farmers

Migrant Fisher-folks

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