An Impact Evaluation of Nomadic Education Programme in Nigeria

  • Israel Olu Osokoya Department of Teacher Education, University of Ibadan
  • Ahmed Chiroma Aminu Federal College of Education Yola


This paper assessed the extent of the realization of the objectives of nomadic education programme in the northeast sub-region of Nigeria. The study showed that the programme performed satisfactorily and the impact on the nomads is significant. There are however some major problems militating against effective implementation of the programme. There is a need therefore for the federal government to enforce the 1965 grazing reserve law, make provision for nomadic secondary education programme and provide adequate fund for the successful implementation of nomadic education programme in Nigeria.

Nigerian Journal of Clinical and Counselling Psychology Vol.8(1) 2002: 25-42

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