MWANGI ALVIN: Sex education should not be taboo

Comprehensive sexuality education involves giving age-appropriate and culturally sensitive sex education to adolescents

In Summary

•Most of these young people are engaging in sex without the required information. 

•They should however be protected and empowered to make informed choices about their bodies.

Last week, the National Council for Population and Development released new teenage pregnancies data that shows huge investments should be made to curb the issue. 

Some of the major drivers of ...

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