Would you stick to a partner who can’t have kids?

“Yes I would as long as we discuss and agree on how to find another person to have children with.”Jeane Ndacyayishimira, Promoter of Local musicians “I would not stop the relationship especially if I realize it is a completely natural disadvantage. But I would make sure that we discuss with my partner on how we can move on without adverse effects.”Charles Gahima, Director General of the National Curriculum Development Centre
L-R: Jeane Ndacyayishimira; Charles Gahima; Bonne .N. Ineza; Jean Paul Tugirimana;
L-R: Jeane Ndacyayishimira; Charles Gahima; Bonne .N. Ineza; Jean Paul Tugirimana;

“Yes I would as long as we discuss and agree on how to find another person to have children with.”

Jeane Ndacyayishimira, Promoter of Local musicians  

“I would not stop the relationship especially if I realize it is a completely natural disadvantage. But I would make sure that we discuss with my partner on how we can move on without adverse effects.”

Charles Gahima, Director General of the National Curriculum Development Centre

“It would take me a great deal of time to decide on what exactly to do especially if I am really in love with this guy. But still, I have to look around so that I can have a child.”

Bonne .N. Ineza, Private Sector

“If my partner is unable to have children, I would try as much as possible to find out the real cause. However, I can never stop the relationship. As a man, there will always be a way out to solve such issues.”

Jean Paul Tugirimana, JICA staff

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