Implementation of Almajiri Education Program: The Role of International Development Partners and Civil Society Organizations in Nigeria

Muhammad Alkali


This paper observes the roles of development partners and civil societies in the implementation of Almajiri (out of formal school children found on the street begging) Education, Access to quality of basic education is very poor, leading to low demand and unacceptably low academic performance in facts that’s why some development partners endeavor to supports Almajiri child formal out of school children in Nigeria by creating much access to quality basic education to formal and non-formal education. About 13.5 million are not enrolled in formally recognized schools. Accordingly, four notable development partners and two civil society organization were identified and the numerous support they offered in Nigeria.

Keywords: Implementation, Almajiri, Development Partners, Civil Societies.

DOI: 10.7176/JEP/10-2-10

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