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Sierra Leone trials new ways to cut teen pregnancy

Every year, 21 million girls aged 15 to 19 become pregnant in developing countries. Image: REUTERS/Cooper Inveen

Nellie Peyton

Journalist, Reuters Foundation

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Fatmata, 20, holds her twin daughters outside her home in Susan's Bay, Freetown, Sierra Leone. Image: Reuters Foundation/Nellie Peyton
Fatmata, 20, is pictured with her aunt and two daughters outside their home in Susan's Bay, Freetown, Sierra Leone. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Nellie Peyton

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