Background

Background

The National Commission for Nomadic Education (NCNE) was established in 1989 by defunct Decree 41 now Nomadic Education Act, Cap N20 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria (LFN) 2004, to cater for the educational needs of the socially excluded, educationally disadvantaged migrant groups in Nigeria. These segments of the population have serious limitations of access to basic education through the conventional education system. This is as a result of certain occupational and socio-cultural peculiarities. The estimated 30 million migrant groups in Nigeria comprises of pastoralists Fulbe or Fulani found in 31 States of the Federation, Shuwa Arabs in Borno State, Koyan, Badawi, Buduma and Dark Buzu. All of these groups are found in the Lake Chad Basin. The figure also includes the Migrant Fisher Folk found in the atlantic coastline and riverine areas and the Migrant Farmers found in the North Central and Eastern States of Nigeria.

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