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Teen pregnancies have declined for years, but latinas still have the highest rate. Health expert jane delgado explains, along with teacher and former teen mother christina martinez. More than half (53) of latinas in the united states become pregnant at least once before age 20. 1 3 in 2006, the pregnancy rate among adolescent latinas was nearly double the national average (127 vs. 72 pregnancies per 1,000 women aged 1519), 4 and latina teenagers were twice as likely as others to give birth (83 vs.). The birth rate (per 1,000 girls) for white teens in california is nine, compared to a rate of 29 for hispanic teens, according to the national campaign to prevent teen and unplanned pregnancy. Evidence-based teen pregnancy prevention programs have been identified by the us department of health and human services (hhs) tpp evidence review external, which used a systematic process for reviewing evaluation studies against a rigorous standard. Currently, the evidence review covers a variety of diverse programs, including sexuality education programs, youth development programs. teen birth rates plummet among blacks, latinas cdc teen pregnancy rates have fallen for blacks and hispanics, but are still higher than for whites. Teen pregnancy is a major problem in the united states that has economic, educational, and health implications all across society. The prevalence of teen pregnancy, or adolescent pregnancy can be stated using teen birth rate. This is defined as the number of live births to women ages 13- women. A practical guide for engaging hispanic youth in teen pregnancy prevention programs 2. Hispanic teen birth rates in 1990, for every 1,000 hispanic female youth between the ages of 15 and 19, 100 experienced a birth the prevalence of teen births among hispanic youth dropped to 38 births per 1000 female youth in 2014. its individual behavior going against a tide of cultural behavior that says not only is teen pregnancy okay, its kind of expected. Its simultaneously expected but shameful so it puts the girls in a very difficult position. From 2010 to 2015, cdc, the federal office of adolescent health (oah), and the office of population affairs collaborated to demonstrate the effectiveness of innovative, multicomponent, communitywide initiatives in reducing rates of teen pregnancy and births in communities with the highest rates, with a focus on reaching african american and latino or hispanic young people aged 15 to 19 years.