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Sierra Leone Education: Pregnant girls get special government schools

One in three women who become pregnant in Sierra Leone is underage. The World Health Organisation says teenage pregnancy is the leading cause of maternal death in the country. Pregnant girls are also often forced to quit school, but the government has now found a way for them to continue their studies.

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