Mundo 17-10-2017

The UN says that the decline of sex education in Latin America will increase inequalities

Latin America's decline in sex education may aggravate economic inequality and perpetuate the poverty of many adolescents in the region, as unintended pregnancies hinder their integration into the labor market, the UN Population Fund (UNFPA).

UNFPA director for Latin America, Esteban Caballero, explained in an interview with EFE that Latin America made important progress in the last decade, but in recent years is experiencing a "clear setback" in sex education.