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Research data: TEENAGE PREGNANCY
2017 Collaboration of stakeholders in the prevention of pregnancy amongst teenagers in secondary schools: a study of South Africa
The high pregnancy rate amongst teenagers in schools in the Libode District that has been experienced over years, followed by a sudden and s...
This exploratory qualitative study aimed to provide insight into the factors contributing to the high prevalence rate of teenage pregnancy i...
2015 Perceptions of HIV and sexual risk behaviours among community members in the Northern Cape province of South Africa
In South Africa, the key behavioural risk factors increasing vulnerability to HIV infection are age disparate sexual relationships, teenage ...
Background: Adolescent pregnancy, occurring in girls aged 10-19 years, remains a serious health and social problem worldwide, and has been a...Download this report