Age Limit Change For Access to Birth Control Angers Rwandans

While the debate on whether 15-year-olds should be allowed to access to contraceptives intensifies, teenage pregnancies are reportedly still on the rise, posing problems such as an increase in school dropouts, higher rates of poverty and some young mothers being denied access to medical services.

Packets of contraceptives (file photo).


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