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fifteen year old mariachi Sesay never thought you'd have to give up her right to an education but the low in her native Sierra Leone bonds pregnant girls from attending school so when she fell pregnant at fourteen with hassle to life became south , school is the only way we look at strong minus so we have to change the spot on whether or not they're pregnant girls have to go to school because education is very important , Africa has the highest adolescent pregnancy rates in the world and eighteen African countries require pregnant girls to drop out the band in Sierra Leone was adopted in twenty fifteen with teenage pregnancies rose amid the chaos of a mass of a bell outbreak and in part due to a surge in rape , women's rights group equality now fall to challenge the ban last year and a ruling is expected in November the government says allowing pregnant girls to attend regular schools with tire them out and encourage others to have babies , it's created part time senses where they can study , but for this pregnant fourteen year old girl in Freetown who was kicked out of school and her parents home and over ten of the band is the only solution neon I want the world to know that just because someone gets pregnant it doesn't mean her life is over that she could continue her education more room the