Young mothers’ clubs to help fight teen pregnancy in Kakamega

Pregnant teenagers taught about family planning and use of contraceptives

In Summary

• Statistics released by the department show that 8,000 cases of teenage pregnancy were recorded in the county between January and June.

• According to the report, 960 girls aged between 10 and 14 were impregnated in six months.

The sexual and reproductive health department in Kakamega has established a young mothers' club at the county general hospital in the fight against rising teenage pregnancies.

Young mothers’ ...

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