Nutrition International (ENRICH), and Girl Effect.

Published: January 1, 2021

Overview

In 2019-2020, Nutrition International partnered with Girl Effect to conduct in-depth qualitative research to understand experiences and decision-making of pregnant adolescents in Bangladesh related to antenatal care and nutrition practices. Peer interviewers were trained to conduct qualitative interviews with pregnant adolescents, adolescent mothers, adolescents’ family members, and health service providers. This brief highlights key findings which can be used guide stakeholders on improving accessibility to—and quality of—health care and nutrition services for this population.

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In 2019-2020, Nutrition International partnered with Girl Effect to conduct in-depth qualitative research to understand experiences and decision-making of pregnant adolescents in Bangladesh related to antenatal care and nutrition practices. Peer interviewers were trained to conduct qualitative interviews with pregnant adolescents, adolescent mothers, adolescents’ family members, and health service providers. This brief highlights key findings which can be used guide stakeholders on improving accessibility to—and quality of—health care and nutrition services for this population.

Tags

Locations

Bangladesh

Populations

Adolescent Girls

Partners

Girl Effect

Resource Type

ResearchBriefs