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30 EDUCATION STATISTICAL ABSTRACT 2011 Table 3.2: Regional Distribution of Enrolment by Gender Region Male Female Total %Dist Central 35,098 35,700 70,798 33.0% East 20,790 21,576 42,366 19.7% N. East 6,889 8,013 14,902 6.9% North 21,024 21,788 42,812 19.9% S. West 6,187 6,209 12,396 5.8% West 15,440 16,083 31,523 14.7% National 105,428 109,369 214,797 100.0% Results show that the central region had the highest number number of pupils totaling to 70,798 (50.4% female share) a percentage share of 33.0% of the entire pupil enrolment whereas the south western region had the least enrolment figure of only 12,396 (50.1% female share) pupils a share of only 5.8% of the total enrolment. 3.3 Pupils with Special Learning Needs 3.3.1 SNE Pupils in Nursery/Community/Home based Centres World over there is an increasing demand for data on learners with special needs. Having collected this information on pre-primary schools during the 2011 ASC, the results were analysed as presented in figure 3.3 below. Figure 3.5: SNE Pupils by Impairment in Nursery/Community/Home Based ECDs Results from the annual school census 2011 reveal that a total of 4,347 (42.9% female share) pupils with disabilities were registered in all pre-primary schools, a proportion of 2.0% of the
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31 EDUCATION STATISTICAL ABSTRACT 2011 entire pupil enrolment within the centers. With regard to type of impairment, the highest share (27.1%) was affected by mental impairement while autism had the lowest share of 4.4%. 3.3.2 Distribution of SNE Pupils in Pre-primary by Region A regional analysis on pupils with special needs in pre-primary schools shows that the eastern region had the largest share of SNE pupils with 26.1% while south western region had the lowest share of only 5.6%. Note that the proportion of the Special needs pupils to the pupil enrolment was 2% however; the western region had the highest proportion of disabled pupils of 2.4% of the pupil enrolment in the region, while the central recorded the lowest with 1.5%. For more details please refer to table 3.3. Table 3.3: Distribution of SNE Pupils in Pre-primary Schools by Region Region Male Female Total Enrolment %Dist Proportion Central 584 443 1,027 70,798 23.6% 1.5% East 645 491 1,136 42,366 26.1% 2.7% N. East 177 134 311 14,902 7.2% 2.1% North 494 383 877 42,812 20.2% 2.0% S. West 151 93 244 12,396 5.6% 2.0% West 429 323 752 31,523 17.3% 2.4% National 2,480 1,867 4,347 214,797 100.0% 2.0% 3.4 Pre-Primary Teachers 3.4.1 Teachers in Pre-primary Schools A total of 8,479 teachers were registered in all Pre-primary schools with female teachers comprising a considerably bigger proportion of 82.6% (7,002). Majority of the teachers (4,800) were diploma holders in nursery teaching.
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32 EDUCATION STATISTICAL ABSTRACT 2011 Figure 3.6: Distribution of Nursery Teachers by Qualification and Gender 3.5 Water and Sanitation 3.5.1 Main Water Sources in ECD Centres Results indicate that 96.0% of the pre-primary schools have access to safe water sources which include; boreholes, piped water, and rain water tanks as illustrated in figure 3.7 below. Figure 3.7: Distribution of Main Water Sources in ECD Centres 3.5.2 Distance to Water sources Analysis on distance to the water sources indicated that 80.2% of the centers had water sources accessible within a radius of below 1km. This indicates that learners are in position to fetch water for use at the school campus.
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