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Feature | Kenya: Desperate measures

Kenya: Desperate measuresIn countries in which abortion is illegal, women continue to seek it out. The consequences can be devastating. Winnie Onyimbo reports from Nairobi where hospitals deal with thousands of women suffering the effects of incomplete or unsafe abortions.

Feature | Zambia: Being a man in risky times

Zambia: Being a man in risky timesMen are less likely to visit health providers than women and far less likely to seek diagnosis for sexually transmitted infections. Arnold Tutu investigates what is stopping men from using services in Zambia.

Feature | Uganda: Love is not evil

Uganda: Love is not evilYoung people’s sexuality is an uncomfortable subject for many. In Uganda opinion is divided on whether it is better to teach them to abstain from sex or to give them contraceptive advice. Machrine Birungi visited a sexual health clinic for teenagers in Naguru, a suburb of Kampala.

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Sexual and reproductive health services are vital in preventing unnecessary deaths, of both men and women. Yet - as World Health Day approaches - it's clear that governments and health organisations are still failing to prioritise spending on these services.

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