Sex education not a solution to teenage pregnancies

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Pregnancies • Rising teenage pregnancies have sparked the clamour for the introduction of sexuality education in schools, which Carol Rotich won’t buy. Says she: “I think greater emphasis should be on encouraging the parents to educate their sons and daughters on these issues. They also should be more vigilant so as to give them proper guidance.” Her contact is [email protected].


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