Adolescent and Maternal Health

Human development is sensitive during the teenage years. It represents the passage from childhood to actual and intellectual adulthood. The Sub-Saharan region has the largest incidence of early childbearing practises, with birth rates among teens exceeding 200 per 1,000 women between the ages of 15 and 19. The Central African Republic, Niger, Chad, Angola, and Mali (with a rate of teenage births above 180) are the countries with the highest rates of teenage births. Maternal health is the condition of women prior to, during, and following childbirth. Healthcare for family planning, conception, pregnancy, labour, and delivery is all included. Discharge, unsafe abortions, and labour obstruction are the leading causes of maternal morbidity and mortality.

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