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Why women, girls are not accessing family planning services

REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

Most of the school-going girls aged between 14 and 17 are mainly introduced to contraceptives by their peers.

Why women, girls are not accessing family planning services

By Mercy Kahenda | 6 days ago

Teenage girls on contraceptives are either married, have steady partners

Teenage girls on contraceptives are either married, have steady partners

Many girls and women who fall victim to unintended pregnancies either lack information on sexual health or have low uptake of contraceptives.

Mercy Kahenda | 1 month ago

Men search contraceptives use on arms, then raise hell

The risk of children dying before their first birthday is significantly higher in West Pokot compared to Kiambu or Nyeri

Mary Muoki | 1 month ago

Women bribing medics to remove coils, implants

Women with expired devices, suffering intolerable side effects, or want a child, have to beg, plead, cajole or bribe health workers.

Gatonye Gathura | 2 months ago

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