Therefore, many teenagers expose themselves to pregnancy risks and STIs (sexually transmitted infections) such as HIV/Aids, syphilis and many others. The cases of STIs have become higher than before among adolescents in the current years. Many of teen pregnancies evolve from socially and economically underprivileged backgrounds. The research survey indicates that about million teenagers ageing from 10 to 24 were diagnosed of gonorrhea and syphilis in the year 2006. Moreover, females aged 20 to 24 had HPV (human papillomavirus) infections (Preidit, 2009). Earlier teen pregnancies cause troubles to their parents because parents are the ones who take greatest responsibilities in supporting, and educating the child in case they decide not to abandon the child to orphanage. Furthermore, young parents, especially single mum, as well as child, sometimes suffers from mental and physical health problems due to the pressure associated with the early pregnancy. However, the research reveals that comprehensive sex education programs and access to varied teen programs are significant. This is essential because it can help teens to make effective decisions for avoiding unwanted pregnancies. As a result, preventing teenagers from getting pregnant is becoming a critical issue that cannot be ignored. Given the increasing prevalence of sexual behaviors from ages12 to 15, the Children’s Aid Society set up a program called Carrera Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Program (CAPP), which aimed at reducing the rate of early pregnancy.
The Children’s Aid Society (CAS) is a program that was established in 1970, but later expanded in1984. This program aims to provide sexual education programs to all teenagers across the US. The CAS educators aimed to change the behaviors of teens and influences of risk behaviors that may mislead teenagers to make ineffective decisions of engaging in immoral sexual behaviors. While teenagers received a