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S. African School Gives Hope to Pregnant Teensi
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August 04, 2014 1:40 PM
A special school for pregnant teenagers in South Africa is trying to help end the cycle of poverty associated with early birth. South African researchers say around 30 percent of girls in the country get pregnant by the time they are 19 years old and only a third of them stay in school while they're pregnant or after their babies are born. Emilie Iob has more from Pretoria.

S. African School Gives Hope to Pregnant Teens

Published August 04, 2014

A special school for pregnant teenagers in South Africa is trying to help end the cycle of poverty associated with early birth. South African researchers say around 30 percent of girls in the country get pregnant by the time they are 19 years old and only a third of them stay in school while they're pregnant or after their babies are born. Emilie Iob has more from Pretoria.


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