Living with parents and risky sexual behaviors among preparatory school students in Jimma zone, South west Ethiopia.

  title={Living with parents and risky sexual behaviors among preparatory school students in Jimma zone, South west Ethiopia.},
  author={Meskerem Abebe and A Tsion and Fetene Netsanet},
  journal={African health sciences},
  volume={13 2},
BACKGROUND Risky sexual behavior is any behavior that increases the probability of negative consequences associated with sexual contact. Family environment, peer influence, community factors and school attachment seem an important factor affecting sexual risk behavior and decision of in-school youths. OBJECTIVE To assess sexual risk behaviors and associated factors among students living with parents in Jimma zone preparatory schools. METHODS A cross sectional study designs both qualitative… CONTINUE READING
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