86 Memphis Frayser High School Girls Pregnant

Infokito (vivanews.com) - A women's organization is currently busy promoting the campaign against pregnancy and anti-sex at Frayser High School Memphis, Tennessee state, the United States. The organization also teaches the student to answer 'no' if there is a man who took them have sex.

This step was taken after last year, the school released a startling data. A total of 86 female students aged 15-19 found Frayser pregnant and giving birth out of wedlock.

The campaign called "Do not have a baby!"was designed to provide education to its students and students on how to prevent and cope with an unplanned pregnancy. This program focuses on instilling courage to the girls to say no to sex.

"Currently, student-student does not know how to say 'no ', they have sex when they do not want to, they just do not know how to say no," said chief organizer of the nonprofit organization Girls Inc., Deborah Hester Harrison as quoted from page Fox News, Friday, January 14, 2011.

In this campaign, the high school teachers in Frayser employ social workers to accompany the students. Caseworker is also supported by the parents.

Harrison said that the most worrying again the girls who get pregnant do not know how to cope with pregnancy. "A lot of student-student is not ready to become an effective parent, and it's effect on fetal development," said Harrison.

This was shared by Dr. Manny Alvarez of the University University Medical Center, New Jersey. He said that teenage pregnancy is susceptible disease. "Teenage pregnancy high risk. Some of these teens at greater risk for premature birth, high blood pressure, and often had a cesarean section because her pelvis is smaller than the fetus, "said Alvarez.

Last month, the U.S. Department of Health issued the official data which showed in 2009 there were 39 pregnancies of 1,000 women aged 15-19 years. This figure increased to 15 to 20 percent from previous years.

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