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Title: Kimasomaso : speaking boldly about sexual health; teenage sex, 14 March 2010
Other Titles: Kimasomaso : a weekly radio programme about sexual health
Authors: Abubakar, Amina
Kabiru, Caroline
Mutua, Patrick
Keywords: SEX EDUCATION
HIV
AIDS
KENYA
TEENAGE SEX
SEXUAL REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH
SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED INFECTIONS
Date: 2010
Publisher: BBC World Service Trust, London, GB
Abstract: This edition of Kimasomaso focuses on a seldom-discussed topic- teenage sex. According to a research conducted recently, teenage sex is widespread in Kenya. Teenagers are given a forum to explain why they engage in sexual activities. A local school teacher gives her views on an equally controversial issue of sex education, while a government health officer talks of solutions to bridge the communication gap between the youth and their elders.
Description: Contents: Transcript in English; audio in mp3 format and in Swahili language
Kimasomaso is co-produced and broadcast by the BBC Swahili Service. The programme is recorded, mixed and edited in Nairobi weekly.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/44222
Project Number: 104024
Project Title: Research Matters in Governance, Equity and Health - Phase II
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