PREVENT SCHOOL DROPOUT

ECHENJE MARTIN: CBC should introduce sex education

Society should positively and gradually implement and accept it

In Summary

•In Kenya, more than 2000 cases of teen and unwanted pregnancies are reported annually by pupils in lower primary schools.

•This needs to remain among the top agendas of every member of society.

Sex education can lead to better prevention of sexually transmitted diseases, unwanted pregnancy and also child mortality.

When sex education is delivered well, this knowledge will respond to ...

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