The Maasai, Pokot and Samburu are the pastoralist communities that have largely managed to remain outside of mainstream African culture and maintained their unique culture and cultural ways. These pastoralist communities continue to struggle to find teachers. It is estimated that less than half of children from these communities attend schools. Due to their thirst for education few of both children and adults, get a chance to learn at night since during the day they go searching for pasture for their livestock. There is a desperate need for adult education that has shown a great desire for it.
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