Education is an essential human right that enables individuals to develop their own abilities and improve their quality of life.
However, gaining access to quality education remains a challenge to those vulnerable within the society, especially girls. There is the issue of limited infrastructures or very poor infrastructures compared to high number of children ready for school.
Furthermore, the long distance to get to a school in a given community, community cultural norms on girl’s education, early marriage and pregnancy, lack of school materials have been key barriers to children to access education. The access on clean water within the community or at school has also contributed to drop out or irregularity in school attendance as children would take more time to fetch water and being late or skip schools.