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If you decide not to continue with your pregnancy, you can talk to a GP or visit a sexual health clinic to discuss your options. They can refer you for an assessment at a clinic or hospital if you choose to have an abortion. The Family Planning Association has more information about your pregnancy choices. What support is there for pregnant teenagers?
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Even though successive governments have made a push for girls education, those that fall pregnant are routinely expelled from school, and prevented from returning. Most recently this punitive approach was taken to the extreme when school girls were arrested and may now be forced to testify in court as to who got them pregnant. These harsh reactions are as a result of dated laws which bar teenage mothers from schooling. They are a drastic attempt to prevent pregnancy in a society where engaging in sex before marriage is seen as shameful, reckless and immoral. In , these laws were updated to not only exclude girls for becoming pregnant, but barred them from reentering school once they become mothers. Meanwhile, neighbouring Kenya has taken the opposite approach. Girls are actively encouraged to stay in school for as long as possible and steps are taken to support their re-entry after they give birth.
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Her world crashed when she discovered she was pregnant. Mohini had to deal with two entirely different worlds daily. Her family was of the lower middle class bracket and being the eldest was additional pressure to succeed.
Mission Coordinated community response to teen pregnancy and parenting that includes: Comprehensive sex education for teens including abstinence and contraceptive information Services, support, and education to pregnant and parenting teens Strong policies and programs that promote adolescent sexual health Our Guiding Principles Dedicated to making resources for teens and teen parents more transparent and easily accessible. Promote a non-judgmental community culture where teens have access to comprehensive reproductive and sexual health education. Promote strategies that focus on the needs youth of all genders may have Promote programs based on cultural competency, evidence, and best practices To learn more about MemTV Click Here Meeting Schedule The Memphis Teen Vision Coalition meets together on the last Tuesday of every month from to p. Lunch is generously provided for the group by Be Proud! Be Responsible!