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Initiative for Learning and Evidence to Address Teen Pregnancy Among Girls in School in Malawi (I-LEARN)

In collaboration with the Ministry of Gender, Children, Disability and Social Welfare, the African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP) will undertake a study, I-LEARN, to provide an understanding of the major causes of teenage pregnancy in Malawi. It aims to identify best practices and interventions to prevent teenage pregnancy among girls and provide policy and programme recommendations to address these issues.

Project Manager

Claire Jensen
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Project Overview

Objectives 

The overall objective of this study is to generate evidence about the causes of teenage pregnancy among schoolgirls in Malawi that will inform policies and programmes to reduce the national school dropout rate due to teenage pregnancy. 

We seek to: 

  1. provide an understanding of the major causes of the increase in teenage pregnancy among schoolgirls aged 15-19 in Malawi; 
  2. identify best practices and interventions to prevent teenage pregnancy among girls drawing from regional literature, and;
  3. provide policy and programme recommendations. 

Information Sheet

I-LEARN Information Sheet

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