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Promoting adolescent engagement, knowledge and health evaluation of PAnKH: an adolescent girl intervention in Rajasthan, India

Pranita Achyut, Alison Andrew, Madhumita Das, Abhishek Gautam, Mariana Huepe, Sonya Krutikova, Shreshtha Kumar, Sanjay Sharma, Ronak Soni, Hemlata Verma and Ravi Verma
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Adolescents make up a larger proportion of the population in lower and middle income countries than ever before. Given that adolescence is critical in determining later life opportunities and outcomes, this youth bulge brings both unprecedented risks and opportunities. This report presents baseline data for a large study assessing the effect of an integrated community-based programme, PAnKH, that aims to delay age at marriage, increase school retention and improve sexual reproductive health (SRH) of adolescent girls in India.

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