ALVIN MWANGI: Why sex education should be compulsory in Kenya

The cases of child sex abuse are increasing in Kenya, and as is the number of unwanted childbirths in the past few years.

In Summary

• With the increasing exposure to TV and the internet, children often pick up wrong information and get into trouble.

• Therefore, it becomes imperative that children are informed about their bodies and made comfortable with their sexuality when they attain puberty.

Sex education should be compulsory in Kenya Sex education is not only limited to the organs of reproduction.

It aims at teaching children the difference between a good touch and a bad touch...

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