One critical observation about studies on adolescent sexuality in Kenya is that most have been done on fertility, contraceptive use, with much emphasis on out of school adolescents. Moreover, there is miniscule observational information on the sexual behaviour of primary school adolescents(10-15 years) and the social contexts under which it occurs. This book seeks to bridge that gap and address to sexual behaviour of the adolescents – both in primary and secondary schools. The book also notes that there is very little literature on current sexual behaviour practices among the Akamba people of Kenya. This has left a lacuna which this study aims to fill. Moreover, sexuality research and studies in Kenya are a recent phenomenon, thus, there still exists a paucity of literature in the area. The findings of this study will aid in augmenting existing research and literature on adolescent sexuality in Kenya. Further, it endeavours to verify substantial evidences based on clinical observations about adolescents sexual involvement. Most of the statistics from sub-Saharan Africa especially on HIV/AIDS, teenage pregnancies and other complications are quite alarming, as perceived by NGOs.