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October 10, 2012
Nami, a 17-year old mother, cares for her one-day old baby at a hospital in Chiang Mai's Fang district...
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Nami, a 17-year old mother, cares for her one-day old baby at a hospital in Chiang Mai's Fang district...
Nami, a 17-year old mother, cares for her one-day old baby at a hospital in Chiang Mai's Fang district October 1, 2012. Thailand has the second highest rate of teenage pregnancy in the world, according to Thai government data. A World Health Organization (WHO) report shows the average number of pregnancies for every 1,000 girls in the 15-19 age group is 65 but that figure rises to 70 in Thailand. Teen pregnancy and early child marriage are among the major obstacles that deny the rights of 75 million adolescent girls worldwide to education, says Plan International, a development charity that works with communities in 45 countries to alleviate child poverty. The first U.N. declared International Day of the Girl will be marked on October 11, 2012 with a focus on rights of the girls around the world. Picture taken October 1, 2012. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: SOCIETY)
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