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How education for healthy well-being can reduce exacerbating teenage pregnancies

EDUCATION

The Sh6.97 million campaign contributes to the UNESCO program on ending early and unintended pregnancy (EUP) being implemented Africa wide.

How education for healthy well-being can reduce exacerbating teenage pregnancies

By Gerard Nyele | 5 months ago

Six shocking facts about teenage pregnancies in Kenya

Six shocking facts about teenage pregnancies in Kenya

According to the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), nearly 378,400 adolescent girls in Kenya aged between 10 and 19 years became pregnant between July 2016

Kelley Boss | 3 years ago

Of expectant campus girls and absentee fathers

Everyday along the campus streets you are most likely to bump into an expectant lady student not one, not two but several of them going about their daily routines as is expected of a focused student.

Vincent Murithi Kirimi | 5 years ago

Mt Elgon Deputy Principal fears for his life following pregnancy expose

Chelebei Secondary School Deputy Principal David Emachar now claims residents are threatening him for exposing the pregnancy of 20 girls at the institution.

Titus Oteba and Jackline Inyanji | 5 years ago

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