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Journal of Environmental Science and Public Health. Box 63 - Buea, Cameroon. Journal of Environmental Science and Public Health 3 : Background: The sexo-reproductive health of adolescent girls is a public health issue. Methods: This was a cross sectional study among adolescent girls target population carried out from April to May in the Kumbo West Health District. We used a two-stage cluster sampling design followed by a systematic random sampling technique to select participants.
Results: A total of adolescent girls with mean age Participants relied on school teachers The odds of reporting ever having had sex were lower among participants who had a higher number of years expected to continue schooling AOR: 0.
Proportion of participants who reported been sexually attracted to persons of the same sex was The proportion of participants reporting ever been forced to have sex was Conclusion: This study has explored current sexo-reproductive health determinants among adolescent girls and to address any barriers, a Mhealth sexo-reproductive health scheme that takes into account local socio-cultural contexts is urgently needed.
Introduction Adolescent girls in sub-Saharan Africa face various sexo-reproductive health risks such as unplanned pregnancy and sexually-transmitted infections STIs , including HIV . Adolescent girls are less likely than older women to access sexo-reproductive health care, including modern contraception and skilled assistance during pregnancy and childbirth [2, 3].
Many are poor, have little control over household income, have limited knowledge about sexo-reproductive health issues, and lack the ability to make independent decisions about their health [2, 4]. Moreover, they often do not have access to health care that meets their specific sexo-reproductive health needs. Most importantly, adolescent girls sexo-reproductive health needs often go unnoticed or are viewed through the lens of religious and cultural values, which in turn limit the possibility to provide highly needed care [5, 6].