Abortion rampant in the country despite its illegal status


The public health sector is reeling under the huge costs of treating medical complications arising from thousands of abortions procured illegally in Kenya every year. And now, doctors argue that legalizing abortion could prove useful in saving women from the harmful consequences of a practice that is thriving in backstreets despite it is illegal status.

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Story By Anne Mawathe
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