One of the important provisions of the education policy in Kenya is that no Kenyan child should be denied access to primary school education on any basis. However, important as it is, it has several weaknesses one of these being the idea of lumping all children together as though they were a homogenous group with identical needs. In addition, there has been an expansion of school enrolment without equal expansion in other resources including qualified personnel. The foregoing has lowered the quality of education in general and that of the nomadic child in particular. In the spirit of societal integration, the Government of Kenya has come up with the Draft Policy on Nomadic Education to mainstream this segment of the population into the rest of the society. However, the implementation of this policy remains to be effected. This book analyses the education system in Kenya, elucidates the environment in which the nomadic children are born and live, spotlights their education concerns and suggest viable strategies for enhancing their access to education.