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A total of 51% of Nairobi County residents have a secondary level of education or above. Embakasi West constituency has the highest share of residents with secondary level of education or above at 63%. This is 23 percentage points above Kamukunji constituency, which has the lowest share of residents with a secondary level of education or above. Embakasi West is 12 percentage points above the county average. Kileleshwa ward has the highest share of residents with secondary level of education or above at 71%. This is almost three times Korogocho ward, which has the lowest share of residents with a secondary level of education or above. Kileleshwa ward is 20 percentage points above the county average.

A total of 38% of Nairobi County residents have a primary level of education only. Mathare constituency has the highest share of residents with a primary level of education only at 48%. This is 20 percentage points above Embakasi West constituency, which has the lowest share of residents with a primary level of education only. Mathare constituency is 10 percentage points above the county average. Korogocho ward has the highest share of residents with a primary level of education only at 60%. This is almost three times Kileleshwa ward, which has the lowest share of residents with a primary level of education only. Korogocho ward is 22 percentage points above the county average.

Just 11% of Nairobi County residents have no formal education. Kamukunji constituency has the highest share of residents with no formal education at 24%.This is three times Makadara constituency, which has the lowest share of residents with no formal education. Kamukuni constituency is 13 percentage points above the county average. Eastleigh North ward has the highest percentage of residents with no formal education at 46%. This is seven times Kileleshwa ward, which has the lowest percentage of residents with no formal education. Eastleigh North is 35 percentage points above the county average

A total of 23% of residents in Nairobi County use liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), and 54% use paraffin which is the most cooking fuel. Just over 1% of Nairobi residents use firewood and 17% use charcoal. The most common cooking fuels among male headed households is paraffin at 56% while the most common cooking fuels for female headed households is also paraffin at 47%.

Embakasi West constituency has the highest level of LPG use in Nairobi County at 49%. This is six times Mathare constituency, which has the lowest share at 8%. Embakasi West constituency is 26 percentage points above the county average. Lower Savanna ward has the highest level of LPG use in Nairobi County at 74%. This is nearly 74 percentage points above Kwa Reuben ward, which has the lowest share. Lower Savanna is 51 percentage points above the county average.

Embakasi North constituency has the highest level of paraffin use in Nairobi County at 82%.This is twice Langata constituency, which has the lowest share at 34%. Embakasi North is 28 percentage points above the county average. Dandora Area IV ward has the highest level of paraffin use in Nairobi County at 87%.This is almost nine times Kileleshwa ward, which has the lowest share at 10%. Dandora Area IV is 33 percentage points above the county average.

Dagoreti South constituency has the highest level of firewood use in Nairobi County at 4%. This is 4 percentage points higher than the lowest three constituencies that have less than 1%, namely: Embakasi North, Embakasi Central, and Mathare. Dagoreti South is 3 percentage points above the county average. Mutuini ward has the highest level of charcoal/firewood use in Nairobi County at 73%. This is 24 times the Kileleshwa ward, which has the lowest share at 3%.Mutuini ward is 55 percentage points above the county average of charcoal/ firewood use in Nairobi County.

Embakasi Central constituency has the highest share of brick/stone walls at 90%.That is five times Kibra constituency, which has the lowest share of brick/stone walls. Embakasi Central constituency is 29 percentage points above the county average. Kileleshwa ward has the highest share of brick/stone walls at 98%.That is more than 97 percentage points above Lindi ward, which has the lowest share of brick/stone walls. Kileleshwa ward is 37 percentage points above the county average.

Kibra constituency has the highest share of mud with wood/cement walls at 71%.That is 71 times Embakasi South constituency, which has the lowest share of mud with wood/cement. Kibra constituency is 62 percentage points above the county average. Lindi ward has the highest share of mud with wood/cement walls at 95%.That is 95 percentage points above Nairobi Central, Viwandani, Kwa Reuben, Imara Daima and Kileleshwa wards that have the lowest share of mud with wood/cement walls. Lindi ward is 86 percentage points above the county average.