Teenage Pregnancy Among Senior High School Children As A Public Health Issue
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Teenage Pregnancy Among Senior High School Children As A Public Health Issue In The Amansie West District Of Ghana
Introduction: Teenage pregnancy is slowly killing the fate of our youth and the future of our nations. Globally, about 16 million lasses between the ages of 15 to 19 and some 1 million girls below the age of 15 give birth every year especially in low- and middle-income countries. Method: A random sampling technique was devised in choosing Manso Adubia SHS, out of the three Senior High schools in the Amansie West district. Participants were randomly selected from forms one to three by their own free will. Purposive sampling was also employed because the target of the researcher was on SHS students. Results: One hundred and twenty-eight (128) students willingly participated DownloadViews: 44

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