OMONDI KEVIN: Educating teens on contraceptive use is key

This will ensure that young women are fully educated and there is increased population control

In Summary

•For the young generation to decide on their future, they need to have access to the tools they needed to protect their health.

•They need to first understand how various methods of birth control work, the benefits and challenges of using particular methods, and where to get them.

Access to voluntary family planning and reproductive health services for everyone, including our young generation, is vital for the future.

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