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The UNCRC,1989, OAU 1990 and the government of Kenya in the constitution (2010) recognizes the right of every child to a standard of living adequate to its physical, mental, spiritual, moral and social development. Adequate and appropriate care to young children should be provided by caregivers since developmental deficiencies that occur during this stage are difficult to reverse. Early childhood development education centers have been accepted by contemporary societies world wide as an alternative childcare system. Research findings in Kenyan ECDE centers have identified inadequate nutrition and health support services as one of the challenges facing ECDE. Significant disparities in access to education and school enrollment exist and therefore expansion of current school feeding efforts is necessary.This book uses research based pedagogy to enlighten stake holders like the ministry of education, policy makers and interested parties on the need for financial support of the school feeding programmes to enhance learners' class participation.
Ghana School Feeding for Rural Poverty Reduction: A Qualitative Exploratory Case Study is second edition to Ghana School Feeding for Rural Poverty Reduction. The revision in title is to emphasize the scholarly orientation of the book to the academic community without compromising on its social policy appeal. The book reflects findings from the qualitative exploratory case study research into activities of the Ghana School Feeding Program (GSFP) at a designated rural community public basic school situated within the Greater Accra region of Ghana. Content analysis of data from the GSFP secretariat supported with interview data, confirmed steady improvement in school outcomes of enrollment, attendance, retention, and literacy (English Language and Mathematics test scores), and challenged realization of socioeconomic benefits of nutrition, food production, and security. Lack of community awareness and support for activities of the GSFP that undermine achievement of the objective of increased local food production and government's delayed payment to caterers were challenges identified by participants that needed to be addressed to ensure program success.
Each year thousands of students with limited English proficiency enter schools around the world. This enrollment brings the challenge of meeting students' educational needs in such a way that students gain a working knowledge of the English language and are able to use that knowledge in other academic and social settings. The process of learning English as a second or third language puts challenges in front of the student, including varied levels of anxiety in particular learning situations as well as how to individually cope with learning the language.
This phenomenological research examined sources available to students for funding education and their experiences within the six Ghanaian public universities. The research examined students use of social networks in social capital formation to meet challenges of cost sharing. It used qualitative methodology of structured, semi-structured, and open- ended in-depth interviews to collect data from 44 students and three administrators. Documents from the universities, Ministry of Education, GET Fund, and the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning were analyzed. Findings indicated that a number of qualified students could not have access to university education because of lack of funding. Students from lower-socioeconomic families were mostly affected. Government was gradually shifting more responsibilities of funding higher education to parents. Female students faced cultural factors that limited their access to higher education. Enrollment and accommodation policies as well as loans processing requirements needed close monitoring and evaluation.
This study compares, describes, and analyzes HIV/Aids and Primary Education in Kenya: Effects and Strategies in terms of enrollment, participation, completion and drop-out rates of pupils in selected urban and rural case study schools in two districts, Homa Bay and Murang a. Special attention has been paid to the gender perspectives, including traditional gender roles and the cultural patterns prevailing around the case school communities. A multi-disciplinary approach has been applied, combining qualitative and quantitative methods and techniques. Particular consideration has been given to the ethical matters related to this study. Information has been collected utilizing techniques such as focus group discussions (FGD), participant and non-participant observation, and interviews. Indications for research, policy, planning, and implementations have been analyzed. Findings suggest that the HIV/Aids pandemic has added numerous challenges to education both at the micro and the macro-levels but more at the micro-level where it affects the individual, a particular household, or a particular community.