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Reproductive health

20, Aug 2012

Special programmes minister esther murugi says Kenya still lags behind in promoting reproductive health. More and more children continue to be born with HIV virus despite intensified campaigns on mother to child HIV prevention. Murugi was speaking in Nyeri at a workshop organized by Kenya women parliamentary association and UNFPA to sensitize women on matters of reproductive health where concern was also raised over the number of women who continue to die daily from avoidable birth related complications. Angel katusia with this story.