Scope and Delimitation. The study is delimited to students who have been pregnant at their teens years old and living in, Maramag, Bukidnon. The subjects were drawn to the students who have been pregnant and or have been a student on their teenager days and living in Maramag, Bukidnon. The study focused on the extent of major causes of teenage pregnancy which are family, peers, community, and church involvement, with the educational development of students and out-of-school youth in Maramag, Bukidnon.
Metrics details. Risk factors for teenage pregnancy are linked to many factors, including a family history of teenage pregnancy. The original cohort consisted of 17, women born in Manitoba between April 1, and March 31, , who stayed in the province until at least their 20 th birthday, had at least one older sister, and had no missing values on key variables. The adjusted odds of becoming pregnant between ages 14 and 19 for teens with at least one older sister having a teenage pregnancy were 3.
The principle aim of this study was to develop key learnings about teenage sex, pregnancy, contraception and STIs that could be transferred and utilised in a successful communications campaign. More specifically:. Following an enquiry in by the Social Exclusion Unit into the main factors associated with teenage pregnancy, a major initiative, the Teenage Pregnancy Strategy, was mounted in England to address this problem. The Teenage Pregnancy Unit was created to execute the strategy across all government departments and to work with different sectors. The strategy adopts a two-pronged approach, embracing the dual aims of preventing early teenage pregnancies and supporting young parents.