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Nailab, a Kenyan firm that supports technology startups, behind the latest initiative, which targets entrepreneurs for their ideas on providing sex education through technology and social media in Nairobi.

"Where I come from, talking about the sex education with your girl is really difficult," Olale told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.NAIROBI, July 4 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Kenyan teenager Rosemary Olale found out she was pregnant, her guardians threw her out of their home in shame, despite the fact no one taught her about safe sex.She didn't dare tell them she was also HIV positive.Homosexuality in Kenya is still considered a taboo and unacceptable to the cultural values and morality of Kenyans.Despite various organizations working to protect and improve LGBT rights, same sex marriage is still not permitted in Kenya.