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Teenage Pregnancy

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Let us act against teenage pregnancy and...

These are serious public health, human rights and social equity dilemmas that must be addressed

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MPs visit Arua to raise awareness on teenage...

Teenage pregnancy rate in Uganda stands at 24% according to UNICEF.

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Parents blamed for failing to provide sex...

Nasanga says her parents never wanted to discuss matters to do with sex.

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eSwatini MP proposes arresting underage children...

Masuku said teenage pregnancy should be a punishable offence for both boys and girls engaging in sexual activity.

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Uganda urged to address teenage pregnancy,...

Teenage pregnancy stands at 25% of girls ages 15-19 and is a leading cause of school dropout according to 2016 Uganda Demographic Survey.

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Miss World Africa Abenakyo cautions adolescents...

Uganda’s teenage pregnancy rates are still ranking high at 25% according to statistics from the Ministry of Health.

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Over 60,000 girls trained to make own sanitary...

25% of the girls and women in rural settings recycle old clothes while others use traditional materials like backcloth, banana fibers, papers ...

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Kitante Primary School pupils condemn child...

The children also condemned cultures and practices in certain communities in Uganda, which still allow girls below the consent age of 18

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Pupils to parents: protect girls’ rights,...

In a moving prayer, led by Isaac Wasajja, Primary Six Bright, the children prayed for themselves and their fellow children throughout the country for the...

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CSOs partner to fight child marriage, teenage...

It is also believed that in Uganda, 39% of women aged 20-49 give birth by 18

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