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The Situation of Child Marriage, Teenage Pregnancy, and FGM/C in Sukabumi, Rembang and West Lombok Regencies

Diana Teresa Pakasi , Reni Kartikawati , Fatimah Az Zahro , Amalina Azzahra , Ni Nyoman Sri Natih , Nadira Reza Chairani , Lusiana Rumintang , Tasneem Kakal , Anke van der Kwaak

This midline study aims to provide insight into the (interrelated) causes and effects of child marriage, teenage pregnancy and female genital mutilation/cutting (FGM/C) that are present in the intervention areas of the YES I DO programme in Indonesia. In addition, it aims to provide insight into different pathways of change and unravel why and how the YES I DO intervention’s strategies do or do not contribute towards improved outcomes related to the strategic goals of the programme since the baseline study in 2016.

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

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    • Project

    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 […]