REDUCE UNINTENDED PREGNANCIES

MBUGUA JOHN: Make contraceptives accessible to young people

They have the right to make free and informed decisions on bodily autonomy and sexual reproductive health

In Summary

•According to the Kenya data and health survey 2014, one in every five girls aged 10-19 years are pregnant or have had their first child.

•Failure to implement peer-to-peer sexuality education in and out of school contributes to the inaccessibility of contraception even though many are sexually active. 

Access to contraceptives is a crucial sexual reproductive health and right for men and women of their reproductive age.

Availability of contraceptives reduces the chances of unintended ...

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