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Section 15
Ethical Issues in Adolescents Sexual Health and Roles of Counsellors
in Promoting Sexuality Education for In-School Adolescents

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-Folayan, Morenike Oluwatoyin ; Bridget Haire; Abigail Harrison; Morolake Odetoyingbo; Olawunmi Fatusi; and Brandon Brown. Ethical Issues in Adolescents Sexual and Reproductive Health Research in Nigeria. National Center for Biotechnology Information, December 2015, p. 1-15.

-Omeje, Joachim C. ; Eskay Michael; and Modebelu Josephine Obiageli. Roles of Counsellors in Promoting Sexuality Education for In-School Adolescents in Nigeria, Psychology Research, December 2012, p.1-8.
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QUESTION 15
The sexual and reproductive health needs of adolescents differ from those of adults in three
critical respects: Record the letter of the correct answer the Answer Booklet


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