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Teachers say conditions in Ecuador make it difficult provide sex education while early pregnancies cause hundreds of deaths

Published on September 07, 2021
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Experts say disseminating scientific information based on human rights without religious biases is one of the mechanisms to reduce early pregnancy. Over the last year, the lack of contact between teachers and students has limited the guidance of sexual education in the education establishments of the country. Adolescent pregnancy and the […]

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