Nilotic teenagers likely to get repeat pregnancies
HEALTH & SCIENCE
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160,000 of girls got married when schools closed, did not resume learning
The report confirms government worries over the rise in cases of teenage pregnancies, early marriages, child labour and school dropouts.
Augustine Oduor | 1 month ago
Missing student found dead at university grounds
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