Exploring Challenges Faced by Teenage Mothers: A Comprehensive Analysis

Udoh Patricia I.

Department of Public Administration Kampala International University Uganda


The study examines growingly prevalent situation of teenage pregnancy and maternity, focusing on emergent social, economic, and health dimensional issues. The research is given in a careful analysis of global and regional trends, which showed a high rate of teenage births in industrialized countries, with four countries, namely the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and Australia, being at the top of the list. Sub-Saharan Africa is currently under the lightning of teenage mothers’ pregnancy which is a result of the early marriage and fertility customs of the region. The health concerns of teenage parenthood obviously are immediate, but can also influence the educational attainment, economic prosperity and marital patterns in future. While the newly conducted experiments show a gradual and narrowing in disparity in students’ performance, the hurdles of income position and employment opportunities setbacks for young mothers have a narrowing in the labor share and the economic welfare. In the study the health outcomes of adolescent mothers have been a focus point and the program talked about the impacts of poverty and bad prenatal care. Evaluation of the “sexuality” and the “pregnancy-reduction” programs published different levels of effectiveness, the need for integrated and multi-dimensional strategies to parent’s real concerns. Summing up, this particular research serves as a platform to share challenges that teenage mothers face and hence formulating an intelligent system which serves as a guide for targeted interventions necessary for reducing the fundamental consequences of teenage motherhood in a society and among individuals.
Keywords: Fourier analysis, Modern World, Social Impact, Education, Life Status and Measures of Prevention.

CITE AS: Udoh Patricia I. (2024). Exploring Challenges Faced by Teenage Mothers: A Comprehensive Analysis. NEWPORT INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CURRENT RESEARCH IN HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES,4(3):36-38. https://doi.org/10.59298/NIJCRHSS/2024/4.3.3638