Adolescent Fertility in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Effects and Solutions
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KeywordsLow and Middle-Income Countries; Adolescent; Youth; Young Adult; Fertility; Child-Bearing; Education; Schooling; Human Capital; Productivity; Family Planning; Scholarship Program; Cash Transfer; School based intervention; Evidence based practice; educational opportunities; girls; schools; reproductive health; India; Pakistan; african countries;
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