In Haiti, the vast majority of taboos related to sexual and reproductive health come from the religious sector. Religious leaders' moral, social, and spiritual influence has often been a barrier for young people seeking information on reproductive health. Religious leaders have feared, sometimes rightly, that this information was contrary to their principles. This has left many young people vulnerable to the problems of teen pregnancy. Pastor Sadrac Chery, adviser to Haiti's Protestant Network of Churches, noted that the prevalence of teenage pregnancy in his community was worrisome.