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Kenya ranks high with children not in school

13 November 2012, 17:45

Nairobi - Daily Nation reports that, Kenya is among 10 countries in the world with the highest number of children not enrolled in school, a United Nations report to be launched on Wednesday says.

But the number of children out of school has reduced by half to one million since 1999, the annual Education For All (EFA) Global Monitoring Report states.

Nigeria leads the list with 10.5 million children not attending school, while Kenya is in the ninth position after Pakistan, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Morocco and Ghana.

- For more information visit Daily Nation

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