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A bill to teach sex education and provide access to contraceptives in schools was introduced into Kenya's upper house of parliament in 2014, provoking a national outcry."People are fearing that when you're speaking about sex or when you're speaking about sex education, it's like losing your values," said David Opoti Inzofu a pastor at Nairobi's Riruta Christ Bible Church, who openly discusses family planning with his congregation."There is no day I can remember where my mother or my father sat with me and discussed with me about sex.

Never."Sex education and family planning are critical in delaying motherhood, reducing HIV rates and deaths from unsafe abortions, UNFPA says.

These stretch from banking services to agricultural advice and, now, dating.

With 20% of Africa’s 1.1 billion-strong population now online, and 70% of internet users using mobile phones, the impact of applications is set to reverberate across social, political and economic spaces.

Ask any expert this question and they will unanimously point to Kenya. Even when judged by the standards of recent technology revolutions, M-Pesa is a tremendous success story.

In 2006, only 14% of Kenyans had a bank account, and close to 40% had no access to any financial services whatsoever.

After dessert, the gentleman pays for the meal and then drives the lady home.

Accompanying her to her door, he thanks her with a warm smile and departs.

This may be repeated on a regular basis, and could eventually lead to courtship and marriage as the two get to know one another through hours of conversation, spread over months.

The uptake of apps across the continent has been surprisingly high, in Kenya 99% of internet access is from a mobile device, 61% of views on BBC’s mobile site are from Nigeria and in South Africa 84% of mobile users have downloaded a mobile app.

According to Mobi Thinking Africa, the top mobile activities for mobile-only users are related to apps: downloading games (55%), downloading music (54%) and social networking (52%).

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