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This document is about "effects of drought on school attendance among primary school pupils in Pokot Central District, Kenya".
It aims at assessing drought and to determine effects of drought on school among primary school children.Data was collected by use of questionnaire and interview schedule.
The study found out that there are long periods of dry spell leading to scarcity of water, food and pasture for people and livestock respectively in the District.
Consequently, during these periods most pupils miss school partially due to hunger and partially to assist their parents look for food by mining small amounts of gold and looking for pasture and water for their livestock.
The findings in this document are useful to all education stakeholders to devise ways of mitigating drought and sustaining children in school during such a drought.
Chepleting Sarah holds a Masters Degree in Educational planning (Moi University)Kenya.Post-Graduate Dip.in HRM and B(ED)from Moi University.Chepleting has a long experience in research and publication in areas of education, management and social science
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