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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 | 7 days ago

More than 400,000 did not return to school

More than 400,000 did not return to school

On the reporting rate, 84 per cent of girls and 92 per cent of boys re-enrolled.

Mercy Adhiambo | 13 days ago

Work towards ending deaths resulting from abortion

Mothers should be their daughters’ best friends such that whenever they are in crisis, they open up to them.

Sharon Tanui | 18 days ago

Tanzania to offer alternative education for school dropouts including pregnant girls –official

New President Samia Suluhu Hassan, who was Magufuli's deputy, has acted quickly to reverse some of his most controversial policies

Reuters | 1 month ago

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