Teen pregnancy a society issue

It’s not just the responsibility of young girls, it’s a burden we all need to bear.

In Summary

• As the government plays its part, we the parents, guardians, aunts, uncles, siblings, mentors are the village required to push the needle on this conversation.

• We must engage in honest conversations around contraceptive use and access, age appropriate sex education and interrogate retrogressive culture.

Fifteen-year-old Victoria from Kangemi dropped out of school after falling pregnant and never returned.

Twenty years and five children later, Victoria struggles to make ends meet selling ...

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