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Table 3 Studies on adolescent pregnancy

From: Nature of, and responses to key sexual and reproductive health challenges for adolescents in urban slums in sub-Saharan Africa: a scoping review

Study Slum Name City Population Age group Study Type Design Sample size
Abebe, 2006 Teklehimanot Addis Ababa Girls & Boys 10–19 Obs. Quant 186
Austrian et al., 2015 Kibera Nairobi Girls 18–25 Interv Qual 128
Austrian et al. 2015 Kibera Nairobi Girls 11–14 Interv Quant 6000
Austrian et al. .2018 Kibera Nairobi Girls 11–14 Interv Quant 6000
Beguy, Ndugwa, and Kabiru 2013 Korogocho & Viwandani Nairobi Girls 15–19 Obs. Quant 897
Beguy, et al. 2013 Korogocho & Viwandani Nairobi Girls & Boys 12–22 Obs. Mixed method 4058
Beguy et al. 2014 Korogocho & Viwandani Nairobi, Kenya Girls 10–24 Obs. Quant 846
Brahmbhatt et al. 2014 Not specified Johannesburg, Ibadan Girls & Boys 15–19 Obs. Quant 1112
Erulkar et al. 2004 Merkato & Kazanchis Addis Ababa Girls & Boys 10–19 Obs. Quant 1076
Jayaweera et al. 2018 Not Specified Nairobi Girls 15–35 Obs. Qual 71
Kabiru et al. 2010 Korogocho & Viwandani Nairobi Girls & Boys 12–19 Obs. Quant 2134
Mphatso et al. 2015 Mbayani and Mtopwa Blantyre Girls & Boys 10–24 Obs. Qual 60
Mumah et al. 2014 Korogocho & Viwandani Nairobi Girls 15–19 Obs. Qual 31
Ngom, Magadi, and Owuor 2003 Korogocho & Viwandani Nairobi Girls 10–19 Obs. Quant 788
Renzaho et al. 2017 Makindye and Nakawa Kampala Girls & Boys 10–24 Obs. Quant 663
Zulu, Dodoo, and Ezeh 2002 Korogocho & Viwandani Nairobi Girls & Boys 15–49 Obs. Quant 1645
  1. Where: Obs.➔ Observational research; Interv➔ Intervention research, Qual➔ Qualitative; Quant➔ Quantitative