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Gaining insight into the magnitude of and factors influencing child marriage and teenage pregnancy in Malawi

Authors
Alister C. Munthali , Maryse C. Kok

YES I DO. is a strategic alliance of five Dutch organizations which main aim is to enhance the decision making space of young women about if, when and whom to marry as well as if, when and with whom to have children

The present report details the baseline study conducted in Malawi. The report draws on literature about child marriage and teenage pregnancy in Malawi, details the methodology used, presents the main results and provides general recommendations for policy and practice on child marriage and teenage pregnancy in Malawi.

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  • Yes I Do: Reduce Child Marriage, Teenage Pregnancies and Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting

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    This project aims to reduce child marriage, teenage pregnancies and female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) related practices. Its work covers seven countries: Pakistan, Indonesia, Ethiopia, Kenya, Mozambique, Zambia and Malawi. The Yes I Do project is a joint collaboration with Plan Netherlands in the lead, along with CHOICE, Rutgers and Amref. It is funded by the […]