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Family Planning in Zimbabwe 

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H4+ Zimbabwe Country Programme Brochure 

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UNFPA Zimbabwe County Office Programme Brochure 

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This Booklet, based on the findings of the National Teenage Fertility Study:
• Presents the current status of adolescent pregnancy in Zimbabwe
• Explains the drivers and psycho-social, economic, development and health costs of adolescent pregnancy
• Offers recommendations for addressing adolescent pregnancy and leveraging demographic dividend in promoting socio-economic growth
 
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The National Study on Adolescent Fertility was conducted to have a better understanding of adolescent
pregnancy, which is on the increase. The objectives of the study were to: (i) assess the level of adolescent
pregnancies in Zimbabwe; (ii) assess the factors significantly contributing towards adolescent pregnancy in
Zimbabwe; (iii) establish the consequences of adolescent pregnancy; and (iv) to provide recommendations for
future programming on reducing adolescent fertility in Zimbabwe.
 
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When a girl reaches age 10, her world changes. 

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This booklet contains real stories of change from teeange girls in Zimbabwe who have been assisted in various ways through UNFPA's Sista2Sista Clubs, a unique girl's empowerment programme launched in September 2013, designed to create safe spaces for mentoring vulnerable adolescent girls, a space where they can speak with mentors and each other about their problems and receive information, counselling and support. 
 
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Fact sheet on Maternal Health from the Zimbabwe Demographic and Health Survey 2015 preliminary findings report

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Fact sheet on Gender-Based Violence from the Zimbabwe Demographic and Health Survey 2015 preliminary findings report

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Fact sheet on Adolescent Sexual & Reproductive Health from the Zimbabwe Demographic and Health Survey 2015 preliminary findings report

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