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Teen mums are between ‘Narok and a hard place’

REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH

Narok leads in the country in teenage pregnancies at 40 per cent, according to the 2014 Demographic Health Survey.

Teen mums are between ‘Narok and a hard place’

By Robert Kiplagat | 6 hours ago

Children are better off with educated mums

Children are better off with educated mums

A study published in Lancet linked educational level of parents with under-five child mortality, with mother education emerging as a strong predictor.

Mercy Kahenda | 20 days ago

More mothers prefer to give birth in hospitals

Statistics from KHIS indicate that skilled delivery increased from 52.4 per cent between July 2016 and June 201

Benard Lusigi | 1 month ago

Prisons are no daycare centres: The plight of inmates raising children behind bars

Besides exposure to psychological distress, children living with imprisoned mothers risk suffering from diarrhea, malaria, pneumonia, malnutrition.

Mercy Kahenda | 1 month ago

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