What is it about?
We need policies that support girls' education, especially in rural and poor areas. We should also use media campaigns to make sure all girls have access to important information. This can help girls make better choices about when to get married. This study can guide stakeholders and policymakers in crafting targeted policies and interventions to address early marriage among teenage girls in Indonesia.
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Why is it important?
Our study's insights can guide stakeholders and policymakers in crafting targeted policies and interventions to address early marriage among teenage girls in Indonesia. By offering concrete evidence and actionable recommendations, our work has the potential to make a significant difference in improving the lives and prospects of these girls. This timeliness and practical relevance make our research essential reading for anyone interested in the welfare of Indonesian adolescent girls and can help drive positive change.
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This page is a summary of: Determinants of early marriage among female adolescent in Indonesia, International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health, November 2018, De Gruyter,
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