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This briefing aims to show how effective programmes to tackle teenage pregnancy can
contribute to Local Strategic Partnerships (LSPs) achieving their key priorities and outcomes.

This briefing is intended primarily for those in LSPs with responsibility for achieving the public service agreement (PSA) target on neighbourhood renewal, and in receipt of Neighbourhood Renewal Funding (NRF)1. It asks LSPs to consider how they could assist partnerships working in their area to help tackle teenage pregnancy for mutual benefit in achieving targets. Because of their key linking role and responsibilities in relation to children and young people, it is also for the attention of Directors of Children’s Services (DCSs). More broadly, it also aims to be helpful to all those working on issues relating to young people and inequalities – especially education, worklessness, teenage pregnancy and infant mortality – within Government Offices (GOs), Strategic Health Authorities (SHAs), Local Authorities (LAs), Primary Care Trusts (PCTs) – including directors of public health.


  • Publication date30 May 2007
  • CreatorDH
  • ContributorJayne Herring

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