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EALA set to debate sexual health Bill

13 days ago, 10:39

By: Christabel Ligami

The East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) is preparing a law to prevent unwanted pregnancies, risky abortions and sexually transmitted infections in East Africa. The regional assembly is expected to debate and pass the Sexual Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) Bill 2017. The Bill states that EAC member countries will ensure that adolescents and young people get access to relevant, quality and youth friendly sexual and reproductive health services, including contraceptives. The Bill describ ...
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EALA set to debate sexual health Bill

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