A Colombian teenager holds a robot baby
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Robotic babies aim to cut teen pregnancy in Bogota

Authorities in the Colombian capital Bogota are asking teenagers to look after robotic babies, to help them understand what it takes to be a parent.

It is part of a campaign which is reported to have helped reduce teen pregnancy rates by almost in 40% in some of the schools which have already taken part.

Arturo Wallace reports.

  • 23 Jun 2013
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