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In the northern town of Makeni, Jane [NAME CHANGED] describes being rejected from her family home after becoming pregnant. Now eight months pregnant, she lives with her grandmother, who also supports the baby’s father. Neither young parent attends school. Fifty-four per cent of girls in Sierra Leone marry before age 18, and pregnancy is the third most common reason for students to drop out of primary school.   

Sierra Leone © UNICEF/NYHQ2009-0488/Asslin

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