Nairobi County is leading in the rate of teen pregnancy of children between ages 10-14 years. During the last ten months alone, the county recorded 2,379 cases of teenage pregnancy. Homa bay county ranks second with 1,530 cases, Kajiado County recorded 1,496 and Mandera and Bomet with 1,370 and 1,041 cases respectively. The statistics identifying sexual violence, inadequate reproductive health information and services, forced marriage, poverty, lack of parental guidance and peer pressure as the drivers of the increasing number of children falling pregnant. Further the report by national aids control council shows that Kenya missed its target to reduce new HIV infections.