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Prevalence Of Student Sexual Harassment In Secondary Schools In Nyamira And Kiambu Counties, Kenya
Student Sexual Harassment (SSH) has become a pervasive problem in institutions of learning worldwide. Thousands of students are affected daily, regardless of their gender. Reports from both the electronic and print media attest to the presence of diverse forms of SSH in Kenyan secondary schools. However, there seem to be no clear investigative reports of the actual forms of SSH in secondary schools that can provide data critical in guiding any intervention strategies. This study sought to describe and explore the prevalent forms of SSH in selected secondary schools in Nyamira and Kiambu Counties, Kenya. The study adopted a descriptive survey research design.
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