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

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Dr J. Anitha Menon , Dr Sidney O.C. Mwaba , Dr T. Kusanthan , Ingrid Zuleta , Dr 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. Funded by the sexual and reproductive health and rights policy framework of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands, the alliance is a partnership between Plan Nederland, Rutgers, Amref Flying Doctors, Choice for Youth and Sexuality and the Royal Tropical Institute. Led by Plan, the alliance members have committed to a five-year programme to be implemented between 2016 and 2020 in seven countries: Ethiopia, Indonesia, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Pakistan and Zambia

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