First Lady Margaret Kenyatta has on Monday for the reintegration of teenage mothers back to school.
The first lady was speaking from Jamaica where she said teenage mothers should be given a chance to complete their education.
She continued by saying that early pregnancies should not mean an end of education for girls.
“First Lady Margaret Kenyatta on Monday advocated for the reintegration of teenage mothers into schools to give them a chance to complete their education, pointing out that early pregnancies should not mean the end to the education of girls.” Said the First Lady Margaret Kenyatta.
Margaret Kenyatta who was accompanied by Lady Allen Patrick and Minister Olivia Grange said there are many vulnerable girls across the world who need to achieve their dreams in education but hardly get the opportunity and support to achieve them.
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“The First Lady was speaking to a group of teenage mothers who have successfully been reintegrated back to school through a special programme for adolescent mothers at the Women’s Centre of Jamaica Foundation (WCJF) in Kingston.” Said State House