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UGANDA: Sex Education to Become a Mandatory School Subject

New Vision in 16 August reported that sex education is to become compulsory in schools to curb unwanted pregnancies and school dropout rates. The article mentioned a UNFPA-organized youth debate on teen pregnancy and Wilfred Ochan, UNFPA country representative, who highlighted the fact that many youth do not have access to opportunities and investments to reach their full potential. Read in English: New Vision

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