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PLENARY
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 8:30am - 9:30am
Session Chair: David Serwadda, Makerere University, School of Public Health Location: Victoria Hall

Family Planning: From Concept to Consolidation
Amy Tsui, Johns Hopkins University

Research Needs for Contraceptive Technology Development
Laneta Dorflinger, Family Health International

Integrating HIV and FP Services: Evidence at Hand, Evidence Needed
Michael Mbizvo, World Health Organization

Estimating Family Planning Costs to Meet MDG 5b
Stan Bernstein, United Nations Population Fund

A01: FP and the MDGs
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 9:30am - 11:00am
Session Chair: Hasaan Mohtashami
Session Chair: Malcolm Potts Location: Sheena Hall

A01: 1
Achieving the Millennium Development Goals: The Contribution of Family Planning
Rachel Sanders, Scott Moreland, Thomas Goliber
Futures Group, United States of America

A01: 2
Prerequisites to meet Family Planning Unmet Needs in Sub-Saharan Africa
Jean-Pierre François Guengant1, John F. May2
1Institut de Recherche pour le Developpement, Burkina Faso; 2The World Bank Africa Region, AFTH2

A01: 3
Contraceptive use in urban sub-Saharan Africa: Recent trends and differentials set in the policy and program context
Jean Christophe Fotso1, Ilene Speizer2, David Guilkey2, Gwen Morgan1
1African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC), Kenya; 2University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC), USA

A01: 4
Promoting family planning within the context of environmental management yields higher MDG achievement: Evidence from the Philippines
Joan Regina Lupoyon Castro1, Leona Ann D'Agnes2
1PATH Foundation Philippines Inc, Philippines; 2PATH Foundation Philippines Inc, Philippines

B01: Measuring and Responding to Unmet Need
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 9:30am - 11:00am
Session Chair: Christopher Garimoi Orach
Session Chair: W. Henry Mosley Location: Meera Hall

B01: 1
When One Size Doesn’t Fit All: Using Client-Centered Market Segmentation Analysis to Tailor Family Planning Interventions in the Philippines
Wenjuan Wang, Rebecca Patsika, Ruth Berg, Sara Sulzbach
Abt Associates Inc., United States of America

B01: 2 (revised version uploaded 12/28/09)
Understanding unmet need: Changes in measurement over time in the Demographic and Health Surveys
Sarah E.K. Bradley, Joy Fishel, Trevor Croft
ICF Macro, United States of America

B01: 3
Building a balanced method mix: The potential sustainability of low-cost implants in family planning programs
Katherine Tumlinson1, Alice Olawo2, Marsden Solomon2, Markus Steiner1
1Family Health International, United States of America; 2Family Health International, Kenya
 
B01: 4
The short form (SF)-36 health survey questionnaire as an outcome measure in contraceptive research: Results of Phase 1 of the health related quality of life changes among users of depo-medroxyprogesterone acetate (DMPA) trial.
Sikolia Z Wanyonyi1, Evan Sequeira1, Yeri Kombe2
1Aga Khan University Hospital, Kenya; 2CPHC; Kenya Medical Research Institute, Kenya

B01: 5
Estimation of the total fertility rates and proximate determinants of fertility in North and South Gondar zones, Northwest Ethiopia: An application of the Bongaarts' model
Getu Degu Alene1, Alemayehu Worku2
1University of Gondar, Ethiopia; 2Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia

C01: FP for Vulnerable Populations
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 9:30am - 11:00am
Session Chair: Richard Kawooya
Session Chair: Shelley Snyder Location: New Hall #1

C01: 1
Innovative effective approaches for increasing family planning access in difficult to access settings
Molly Louise Fitzgerald1, Othello James2, Clarence Massaquoi3, Daniel Dalton4, Florence Davis5
1JSI Research&Training Astarte Project; United States of America; 2Children Smile Humanitarian Network, Liberia; 3PMU-Liberia; 4Paracom-Liberia; 5Merci-Liberia

C01: 2
Targeting public sector resources and efforts to improve access to FP services among the Poor in Peru
Suneeta Sharma, Gracia Subiria
Futures Group International, United States of America

C01: 3
Family Planning as a Basic Life-Saving Skill: Lessons from Africare’s Program in Rural Liberia
Rachel Louise Criswell, Marietta Yekee, Claudette Bailey
Africare-Liberia

C01: 4
Reproductive Health Commodity Security in post-conflict situations, a case of northern Uganda
Sarah Mbabazi, Dorothy Balaba
Program for Accessible Health, Communication and Education, Uganda

D01: Integrating FP and HIV Programs I
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 9:30am - 11:00am
Session Chair: Olive Sentumbwe Mugisa
Session Chair: Michael Strong Location: Victoria Ballroom

D01: 1
Integrating Family Planning (FP) services into HIV Counseling and Testing (HCT) services in DRC
Charly Mampuya1, M. Mpingulu1, J. Kibungu1, E. Engetele1, L. Maluantesa2, J. Kiluba3, M.L. Mbo4, M. Mayala1
1Family Health International, Congo, Democratic Republic of the; 2CSR Mvuzi; 3HGR Kenya; 4PNSR

D01: 2
Strategies used facilities to integrate Family Planning into HIV Care: What works and what doesn`t
Ibrahim Kirunda1, Nigel Livesley2, Jacinto Amandua3, Zainab Akol4, Kenneth Kasule5
1University Research Co., LLC, Uganda; 2University Research Co., LLC, Uganda; 3Ministry of Health, Uganda; 4Ministry of Health, Uganda; 5University Research Co., LLC, Uganda

D01: 3
Integration of family planning services into community-based care for people living with HIV in Ethiopia
Medahnit Wube, Francesca Stuer
Family Health International, Ethiopia

D01: 4
Policy and Operational Barriers to Family Planning and HIV Integration in Kenya
Meghan Bishop, Beatrice Okundi, Carol Shepherd, Rachel Sanders
Futures Group International, United States of America

D01: 5
Without Strong Integration of Family Planning into PMTCT Services Clients Remain with a High Unmet Need for Effective Family Planning
Jennifer Asuka Leslie1, Emmanuel Munyambanza1, Susan E. Adamchak2, Thomas W. Grey2, Kyampof Kirota3
1Family Health International/Rwanda Country Office; 2Family Health International/North Carolina; 3National AIDS Control Commission of Rwanda

E01: Contraceptive Technology I
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 9:30am - 11:00am
Session Chair: Noah Kiwanuka
Session Chair: Anne Burke Location: New Hall #2


E01: 1
Quality Assurance Evaluation of Sino-implant (II): a low cost, safe and effective contraceptive implant
David Jenkins, Aida M. Cancel, Markus Steiner
Family Health International, United States of America

E01: 2
Expanding Contraceptive Options in South Africa: Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Surrounding the Intrauterine Device
Sarah A Gutin1,3, Chelsea Morroni1, Margaret Moss2, Regina Mlobeli1
1Women’s Health Research Unit, School of Public Health and Family Medicine, University of Cape Town; 2Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of Cape Town; 3Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences, University of California San Francisco

E01: 3
Feasibility of over-the-counter provision of the SILCS diaphragm: experience of women inserting and positioning the device after reading written instructions only in the pivotal trial
Jill L Schwartz1, Maggie Kilbourne-Brook2, Ron G Frezieres3, Mitchell D Creinin4, David Archer1, Lynn Bradley5, Kurt Barnhart6, Alfred Poindexter7, Christine Mauck1, Debra Weiner8, Marianne M Callahan1
1CONRAD/Eastern Virginia Medical School, United States of America; 2PATH, United States; 3California Family Health Council, United States; 4University of Pittsburgh, United States; 5Johns Hopkins Medical Service Corporation, United States; 6University of Pennsylvania, United States; 7Advances in Health, United States; 8Family Health International, United States

E01: 4
Development and Acceptability of the NES/EE CVR: A,Year-Long, User Controlled Contraceptive Method
Ruth Merkatz, Regine Sitruk-Ware, Irving Sivin, Barbara Mensch, Paul Hewett, Michael Cooney, Elena Hoskin
Population Council, Center for Biomedical Research, United States of America

E01: 5
Increasing access to injectable contraceptives: Introduction of depo-subQ provera 104™ in the Uniject® device
Sara Jane Tifft, Jane Hutchings
PATH, United States of America

F01: Effective Programming and Service Delivery
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 9:30am - 11:00am
Session Chair: Henry Kakande
Session Chair: Kathryn Panther Location: Albert Hall

F01: 1
Client and Provider Perspectives on Barriers to Family Planning Quality in Kenya: Assessment and Programmatic Implications
Constance Ambasa-Shisanya1, C Homan1, J Alaii1, C MacKenzie1, B Kigen2, A Njeru2, C Mutunga2
1Family Health International, Kenya; 2Division of Reproductive Health, Ministry of Health, Kenya

F01: 2
Evaluations of the impact of quality of care interventions on clients' behaviors in three countries
Ian David Askew
Population Council, Kenya

F01: 3
Impact of Exposure to Family Planning Interventions on use of Modern Family Planning Methods in Nigeria
Samson Babatunde Adebayo, Richard Fakolade, Chinazo Ujuju, Jennifer Anyanti
Society for Family Health, Nigeria

F01: 4
District Participation in the selection of Project target zones for delivering Family Planning Services in Uganda
Elke Konings1, Paul Hamilton1, Henry Kakande1, A. SK Nabatanzi1, Anthony Mbonye2
1Management Sciences for Health, Uganda; 2Ministry of Health, Uganda

F01: 5
Increasing Couple Years of Protection (CYP): Successful Strategies from a Community-Based Family Planning Program in Uganda
Heather Lukolyo, Paige Anderson Bowen, Pamela Mukaire, Laura C. Ehrlich, Diana K. DuBois
Minnesota International Health Volunteers, United States of America

A02: Reaching Youth: Programs for Adolescents
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 11:30am - 1:00pm
Session Chair: Robert William Blum
Session Chair: Abeja Apunyo Location: Sheena Hall

A02: 1
A Holistic Approach to Reproductive Health Interventions: Talk 2 Me Case Study
Oghenefego Onome Isikwenu1, Rachel Jacobson2, James Omokiti3, Dosunmu Nurudeen4
1Inspiro Communications & Media, Nigeria; 2Global Youth Coaliton on HIV/AIDS; 3Youth Network on Population & Development; 4PET NYSC, Delta State

A02: 2
Catalyzing Change: Lessons from DISHA: A program to promote Healthy Young people in India
Sushmita Mukherjee
International Center for Research on Women, India

A02: 3
Using private sector funded mass media campaign and NGO alliances to reach FP/RH underserved women and youth in Guatemala
Maria Teresa Ligorria
RTI International, Guatemala

A02: 4
Giving young women in Kenya an opportunity to use contraceptive implants instead of short-acting methods: preliminary results on acceptability
David Hubacher1, Alice Olawo2, Caroline Kemunto3, James Kiarie3
1Family Health International, United States of America; 2Family Health International, Kenya; 3University of Nairobi Institute of Tropical and Infectious Diseases

A02: 5
Knowledge,Perception and Attitudes of Refugee youths in Oru refugee camp,Nigeria towards contraceptive use
Kehinde Olaoluwa Okanlawon
Obafemi Awolowo University,Ile Ife,Nigeria

B02: Contraceptive Use: Levels and Trends
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 11:30am - 1:00pm
Session Chair: John May
Session Chair: Dorothy Byansi Balaba Location: Meera Hall

B02: 1
Contraceptive Use among at-risk women in the Kumasi metropolis of Ghana.
Baafuor Opoku
KNUST, Ghana

B02: 2
Niveaux, tendances et déterminants des besoins non satisfaits en planification familiale au Cameroun : une étude à partir des données de l’EDS 1991, 1998 et 2004
Kouassi De Syg Seke, Habibou Ouedraogo
Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques, Cameroon

B02: 3
Multilevel analysis of unmet need for contraception in Urban Nigeria
Latifat Ibisomi, Jean-Christophe Fotso, Michael Mutua
African Population and Health Research Center, Kenya

B02: 4
Unmet and met Need for Contraception in Ethiopia; levels and trends; Evidence from DHS
Solomon Shiferaw Yesuf, Genene Bizuneh, Yilma Melkamu
School of Public Health, Addis Ababa University, Ethiopia

B02: 5
Déterminants de l’utilisation des methodes contraceptifs moderne chez les femmes béninoises
Guy Franck Biaou Ale1, Amour Ayedelé Balogoun2
1Population Services International (PSI), Benin; 2Population Services International (PSI), Benin

C02: Psycho-social Aspects of FP
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 11:30am - 1:00pm
Session Chair: Anju Malhotra
Session Chair: Elly Mugumya Location: New Hall #1

C02: 1
Factors influencing family planning choices among women in the Hohoe district of Ghana.
Easmon Otupiri1, Charity Vivian Mote1, Harry Tagbor1, Ernestina Oforiwaa Alowuah2
1Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology-School of Medical Sciences, Ghana; 2Ghana Health Service, Hohoe, Ghana

C02: 2
Social Determinants for Sustained Use of Family Planning (FP)
Feven Tassew, Berissa Abdela, Yalemshet Mekonnen, Yosef Alemu, Anna Summer, Barbara Pose
CARE International in Ethiopia, SRH Program Unit, Ethiopia

C02: 3
Offering Socially and Culturally Acceptable FP Methods: Who Accepts and What Were They Doing Before?
Caroline Mackenzie1, Katherine Tumlinson2, Marsden Solomon1, Rick Homan1, Kirsten Kruger2, Susan Igras3, Abdikadir Ore4, Abdullahi Mahat Daud4, Fatuma Iman5, David Adriance4
1Family Health International, Kenya; 2Family Health International, USA; 3Georgetown University, USA; 4APHIA II North Eastern, Kenya; 5Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation, Kenya

C02: 4
Variations in Unmet Need for Contraception over the Lifecourse
Susan M. Lee-Rife, Anju Malhotra
International Center for Research on Women, United States of America

C02: 5
Effects of economic status and family planning ideation on married women’s fertility intentions in Ghana and Kenya
Agbessi Amouzou, Stan Becker
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America

D02: Integrating FP and HIV Programs II
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 11:30am - 1:00pm
Session Chair: Bocar Diallo
Session Chair: Fredrick E Makumbi Location: Victoria Ballroom


D02: 1
Addressing the family planning needs of people living with HIV and AIDS through integration of family planning services at an ART center in Uganda
Grace Nagendi1, Charles Ngobi2, Betty Farrell3, Isaac Achwal1, Nalin Johri3, Henry Kakande1, Hannah Searing3, Laura Subramanian3
1Engender Health, Uganda; 2The AIDS Support Organization (TASO), Mbale, Uganda; 3EngenderHealth, New York, USA

D02: 2
Demand for Family Planning among women VCT clients: The need for Integration, Dessie town, Northeast Ethiopia
Dessalew Emaway Altaye1, Mesfin Addisse2, Yilma Melkamu2
1Engender Health, Ethiopia; 2Addis Ababa University School of Public Health

D02: 3
Service delivery characteristics associated with contraceptive use among youth clients in voluntary counseling and HIV testing clinics with integrated family planning services
Joy Noel Baumgartner1, Rose Otieno-Masaba2, Mark Weaver1, Thomas W. Grey1, Heidi Reynolds3
1Family Health International, United States of America; 2Family Health International, Kenya; 3MEASURE Evaluation, United States of America

D02: 4
The Need for Reproductive Health Services Among HIV-Positive Women in Zimbabwe
Lorrie Gavin, Galavotti Christine
US Centers for Disease Control, United States of America

D02: 5
Increasing support for family planning as HIV prevention: identification of influential individuals and stakeholder perceptions
Tricia Petruney1, Sarah V Harlan1, Lipika Nanda2, Mukesh Janbandhu2, Elizabeth T Robinson1
1Family Health International, United States of America; 2Family Health International, India

E02: Contraceptive Technology II
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 11:30am - 1:00pm
Session Chair: Paul Blumenthal
Session Chair: Bitra George Location: New Hall #2

E02: 1
Fertility Awareness-based Methods and Gender
Irit Sinai, Sujata Bijou
Georgetown University, Institute for Reproductive Health, United States of America

E02: 2
Increasing Access by Introducing a Low-Cost Contraceptive Implant in Resource Constrained Countries
Markus J Steiner1, Diane Luo2, Aida M Cancel1, David Jenkins1, David Asante1, Heather Vahdat1, Haizhen Meng1
1Family Health International, United States of America; 2Independent Consultant

E02: 3
Three Female Condoms: Which One Do South African Women Prefer?
Carol Joanis1, Mags Beksinska2, Jenni Smit2, Catherine Hart1, Katie Tweedy1
1Family Health International, United States of America; 2Reproductive Health and HIV Research Unit, Witwatersrand University, South Africa

E02: 4
Pattern of Vaginitis Among Intra-uterine Contraceptive Device Users In Ibadan, South- Western Nigeria
Stella-Maris Ngozi Okonkwo, Michael Abiola Okunlola, Adebowale Abimbola Olutayo, Akinlade Olawumi Adeleke, Oladosu Akanbi Ojengbede
University College Hospital, Ibadan, Nigeria, Nigeria

E02: 5
Expanding Contraceptive Options Through Incremental Improvement in Existing Technology and Developing Totally New Methods
Jeff Spieler
USAID, United States of America

F02: Promoting FP through Digital, Mobile and Wireless Technologies
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 11:30am - 1:00pm
Session Chair: Julie Wiltshire Location: Albert Hall


F02: 1
Mobile and Wireless Technologies in Support of Family Planning Programs: Present and Future Solutions for Faster Reporting without Sacrificing Data Quality
David Charles Cantor1, Virginia Lamprecht2
1ICF Macro, United States of America; 2USAID/GH/PRH/SDI

F02: 2
Family planning via mobile phones: Proof-of-concept testing
Katherine Sarah Lavoie1, Victoria H Jennings1, Meredith Puleio1, Priya Jha1, 2, Rebecka I Lundgren1
1Georgetown University, United States of America; 2Institute for Reproductive Health, India

F02: 3
Toll-free hotline spreads information on family planning services throughout the DRC
Jamaica Corker
Population Services International, United States of America

F02: 4
Digital Portraits of Changing Rural Masculinity in South Africa: Engaging Men in Family Planning and HIV Prevention By Producing and Sharing Personal Stories
Amy Lenita Hill1, Dean Peacock2
1Center for Digital Storytelling, United States of America; 2Sonke Gender Justice, South Africa

F02: 5
RH Interchange: An Online Tool to Support and Analyze Contraceptive Commodity Funding at the Global, Regional, and National Levels, 2004-2008
Dana Aronovich, Mimi Whitehouse, Jane Feinberg, Joy Kamunyori, Marie Tien
John Snow, Inc., United States of America

A03: Reaching Youth: Contraceptive Access and Use
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Session Chair: Eliya Zulu
Session Chair: Laurie Zabin Location: Sheena Hall

A03: 1
Predictors of contraceptive use among young women in urban northern Nigeria
Mu’awiyyah Sufiyan, Stella Babalola, Hadiza Babayaro
Johns Hopkins University Center for Communication Programs Ku Saurara Project, Nigeria

A03: 2
Changing Dynamics of Contraceptive Use among Young Adults in India
Usha Ram
International Institute for Populatio Sciences, India

A03: 3
Peer Educators and School Support: we need education and teachers to support our work on ASRH arena
Regina Benevides1, Ana Jacinto1, Arlindo Folige2, Åsne Aarhus Botillen3, Kari Cruz3, Carolyn Boyce1
1Pathfinder International, Mozambique; 2Ministry of Education and Culture, Mozambique; 3Indepent Consultant

A03: 4
Improving Contraceptive Access and Use Among the Youth in Lungwena and Makanjira Areas in Rural Malawi
Andrew Ngwira, Effie Chipeta, Linda Kalilani- Phiri, Frank Taulo
University of Malawi, College of Medicine - Centre for Reproductive Health

A03: 5
Assessment of the Straight Talk Foundation (STF) Peer Education Approach to sex education in Arua and Bugiri Districts in Uganda.
Julie Wiltshire, Catharine Watson, Jeralom Omach, Patrick Walugembe
Straight Talk Foundation, Uganda

B03: Contraceptive Use: Levels and Trends II
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Session Chair: Betty Kyaddondo
Session Chair: Anne R. Cross Location: Meera Hall

B03: 1
Strong Predictors of the Unmet Need for Limiting and Spacing Births in Sub-Saharan Africa
Keriann Schulkers, Issakha Diallo, Jennifer Litzow, Diana Silimperi
Management Sciences for Health, United States of America

B03: 2
How Can You Address the Sexual & Reproductive Health Needs of Clients - Including Unmet Family Planning Needs - if You Cannot Say the Word “Sex”
Caroline Mackenzie1, Marsden Solomon1, Alice Olawo1, Ruth Muia2, Diane Kamar2, Dorcas Kameta3, John Odondi4, Margaret Meme2, Peter Mwarogo1
1Family Health International, Kenya; 2Division of Reproductive Health, Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation, Kenya; 3National AIDS and STDs Control Program, Ministry of Medical Services, Kenya; 4Formerly Provincial Medical Officer’s Office, Rift Valley, Kenya

B03: 3
Wanted and Unwanted Fertility, Need for Family Planning and Contraceptive Use Dynamics in India
Hemkhothang Lhungdim1, Nikhilesh S. Parchure2
1International Institute for Population Sciences, India; 2Population Research Centre, Sagar, India

B03: 4
Retrospective case notes review of Minilaparotomy and No-Scalpel Vasectomy procedures performed at Dessie FGAE clinic, North East Ethiopia: a 10-year period review
Netsanet Fetene
Engender Health, Ethiopia

C03: Gender as a Social Determinant in FP
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Session Chair: Mubarak Mabuya
Session Chair: (Nora) Lynn Bakamjian Location: New Hall #1

C03: 1
Do contraceptives fail? Investigating Claims of Contraceptive Failure among Women of Reproductive Age in Nigeria
Oladipupo Banji Ipadeola, Samson B Adebayo, Jennifer O Anyanti
Society for Family Health, Nigeria

C03: 2
Trends in women's autonomy, sexual activity and contraceptive use in sub-Saharan Africa: A multi-country analysis
Carie J. Muntifering, Michelle J. Hindin
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America

C03: 3
Gender equitable teachers support contraception and small family norms: Findings from a school based intervention in India
Pranita Achyut, Nandita Bhatla, Ravi Verma
International Center for Reserach on Women, India

C03: 4
Gender Equity, Gendered Roles and Reproductive Health in Maasai Women in Northern Tanzania
Lauren Katherine Birks1, Yadira Roggeveen2, Jennifer Margaret Hatfield1
1University of Calgary, Canada; 2Endulen Hospital, Tanzania

C03: 5
Qualitative Research on Gender Norms and Family Planning Decision-Making in Tanzania
Sidney Schuler1, Elisabeth Rottach1, Peninah Mukiri2
1AED, United States of America; 2Steadman group

D03: Integrating FP and Maternal and Child Health I
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Session Chair: Hanifah Sengendo Naamala
Session Chair: Mario Festin Location: Victoria Ballroom

D03: 1
FP Use Among Postpartum Women in 15 Countries
Maria Raquel Borda1, Bill Winfrey2, Catherine McKaig3, Angela Nash-Mercado3
1Futures Group, United States of America; 2Futures Institute, United States of America; 3Jhpiego—an affiliate of Johns Hopkins University, United States of America

D03: 2
A literature review of the integration of family planning services with other health services
Anne Katharine Sebert Kuhlmann1, Christine Galavotti2, Lorrie Gavin2
1MANILA Consulting Group, Inc., United States of America; 2U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

D03: 3 
The fight for maternal and child health is won in the community
Feven Tassew, Frehywot Eshetu, Sara Buchanan, Barbara Pose
CARE International, Sexual reproductive Health Program Unit, Ethiopia, Ethiopia

D03: 4
Integrating Family Planning into Postpartum Care: A Postpartum Family Planning Needs Assessment in Cap Haitien, Haiti
Eva Lathrop1,2, Youseline Telemaque2, Peggy Goedken1, Carrie Cwiak1
1Emory University, United States of America; 2Konbit Sante NGO, USA/Haiti

D03: 5
A model of integration: Postpartum family planning through a community based maternal and newborn program
Salahuddin Ahmed1, Rasheduzzaman Shah1, Ishtiaq Mannan2, Angela Nash-Mercado3, Emma Williams2, Peter Winch2, Saifuddin Ahmed2, Ahmed Al-Kabir4, Catharine McKaig3, Abdullah Baqui2
1Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Bangladesh; 2Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD; 3ACCESS-FP of Jhpiego; 4RTM International, Bangladesh

E03: FP as a component of SRH
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Sponsor: UNFPA Location: New Hall #2

E03: 1
Prioritizing FP/SRH and working in the new aid environment
Makane Kane
UNFPA, Mali

E03: 2
Family Planning as part of comprehensive SRH
Berhanu Legesse, Helene Amdemikael
UNFPA

E03: 3
Financing FP/SRH programmes, and prioritizing them within National Plans and Budgets
Dia Timmermans
Independent Consultant

F03: Effective Programming and Service Delivery II
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Session Chair: Florence Maureen Mirembe
Session Chair: Frank Taulo Location: Albert Hall

F03: 1
An Innovative Approach to Increasing Uptake of Long-Term Family Planning Methods in Zambia
Josselyn Neukom1, Jully Chilambwe2
1Population Services International; 2Society for Family Health, Zambia

F03: 2
Contraceptive initiation simplified: Health providers experience using family planning checklists
Beatrice Atieno Ochieng1, Violet Bukusi1, Solomon Marsden1, Rick Homan1, Trinity Zan2, Eva Canoutas2
1Family Health International, Kenya; 2Family Health International, North Carolina, USA

F03: 3
Current Practices of IUD Insertion Among Physicians in Central America
Isolda Fortin1, Benjamin Nieto-Andrade2, Pedro Jaime3
1Population Services International, Guatemala; 2Population Services International; 3Population Services International

F03: 4
How well do national family planning guidelines from Africa adhere to international guidance?
Lucy C Wilson1, Erin McGinn2, Irina Yacobson1, John Stanback1
1Family Health International, United States of America; 2EngenderHealth, United States of America

F03: 5
Removing barriers to DMPA continuation: Field-testing a provider job aid in Senegal
Kate Rademacher1, Boniface Sebikali2, Lucy Harber1, Babacar Gueye2, Fatou Ndiaye2, Carol Cisse2, Joy Noel Baumgartner1
1Family Health International, United States of America; 2IntraHealth

A04: Reaching Youth: Programs for Adolescents II
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Session Chair: Adesegun Fatusi
Session Chair: Patricia Wamala Nansamba Location: Sheena Hall

A04: 1
Religiosity, Sexual Debut and Contraceptive Use among In-School Adolescents in Lagos State, Nigeria
Olayinka Yetunde Asubiaro, Adesegun O Fatusi, Uche Onwudiegwu
Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria

A04: 2
Evaluating programs reaching very young adolescents: Experiences and lessons from ‘My Changing Body,’ a body literacy and fertility awareness course for girls and boys entering puberty
Susan Igras, Rebecka Lundgren, Sujata Bijou, Marie Mukubatsinda, Elizabeth Salazar
Institute for Reproductive Health/Georgetown Univ, United States of America

A04: 3
Knowledge and use of methods to avoid pregnancy at first sex: patterns and influence of family and school factors among a school going sample, in Mukono Uganda.
Esther Babirye Kaggwa, Michelle Hindin
Johns Hopkins University, United States of America

A04: 4
Evaluation of Community- Based Youth Reproductive Health Communication Intervention in Bihar for Evidence Based Advocacy and Scale Up
Elkan Elijah Daniel, Rekha Masilamani, W. Sita Shankar
Pathfinder International, India

A04: 5
Adolescents living with HIV require sexual and reproductive health information and services
Harriet Birungi1, Francis Onyango1, Juliana Nyombi2, Hannington Nyinkavu2
1Population Council, Kenya; 2TASO, Uganda

B04: Assessing the Costs and Benefits of Providing Sexual and Reproductive Health Care
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Session Chair: Elizabeth Laura Lule Location: Meera Hall

B04: 1
Adding It Up: The costs and benefits of interventions in sexual and reproductive health in Ethiopia
Aparna Sundaram1, Michael Vlassoff1, Lisa Remez1, Akinrinola Bankole2
1Unknown; 2Guttmacher Institute, USA

B04: 2
The human and Economic impact of RH supplies and shortage and stock outs in Bangladesh
Abul Barkat
IPPF, United Kingdom

B04: 3
Adding It up: the costs and benefits of interventions in sexual and reproductive health in Uganda
Michael Vlassoff1, Aparna Sundaram1, Frederick Mugisha2, Lisa Remez1, Akinrinola Bankole3
1Unknown; 2Economic Policy Research Center; 3Guttmacher Institute, USA

C04: Psycho-social Aspects of FP II
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Session Chair: Janine Barden-O'Fallon
Session Chair: Marsden Solomon Location: New Hall #1

C04: 1
Contraceptive practice prior to female sterilization in Ghana: 1996-2005
Hilary Megan Schwandt1, Andreea Creanga1, Kwabena Antwi Danso2, Frank Ankobea-Kokroe2, Cornelius Archer Turpin2, Michelle Hindin1
1Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America; 2Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology School of Medical Sciences; Kumasi, Ghana;

C04: 2
"Pages of Life" - Research on the Impact of Social Merchandising
Marcio Ruiz Schiavo1, Scott Connolly2
1Comunicarte, Brazil; 2Population Media Center, US

C04: 3
Finding the right messages about the IUD
Claire Stokes, James Kajuna, Risha Hess
PSI Tanzania, Tanzania

C04: 4
Influence of Independent and Proximate Variables in Predicting Ever-use, Current-use and use of condom during last sex in Nigeria.
Akanni Ibukun Akinyemi, Funmi Banjo, Opeyemi Abiola Fadeyibi, Olusina Bamiwuye, Alfred Adeagbo Adewuyi
Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria

C04: 5
”Social Change to Increase Family Planning Use – Strategies and Impact Documentation”
Marcie Rubardt1, Arzum Ciloglu1, Doris Bartel1, Rob Stephenson2
1CARE USA, United States of America; 2Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University

D04: Integrating FP and HIV Programs III
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Session Chair: Manjula Lusti-Narasimhan
Session Chair: Grace Nagendi Location: Victoria Ballroom

D04: 1
Contraception continuation and initiation by newly diagnosed HIV-infected women in Malawi
Gretchen Sauer Stuart1, Rosalie Dominik1, Francis E. A. Martinson2, Kimberly A. Powers1, David A. Chilongozi2, Emmie D. Msiska2, Emma I. Kachipapa2, Chimwemwe D. Mphande2, Rob Stephenson3, Amy O. Tsui4, Mina C. Hosseinipour1, 2, Irving Hoffman1
1University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, United States of America; 2University of North Carolina Project, Lilongwe, Malawi; 3Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, USA; 4Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA

D04: 2
Improving integration of family planning into ART services: Experiences from development of a provider orientation module
Jane Alaii1, Solomon Marsden1, Tom Marwa2, Sharon Tsui3, Violet Ambundo4, Dickson Mwakangalu5, Mary Gathitu6, Margaret Gitau7
1Family Health International, Kenya; 2JHPIEGO; 3Family Health International, USA; 4USAID-AIDS Population Health Integrated Assistance (USAID APHIA II) – Rift Valley; 5USAID APHIA II Coast; 6Division of Reproductive Health (DRH) – Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation; 7National AIDS and STIs Coordinating Programme (NASCOP) – Ministry of Medical Services/Ministry of Public Health and Sanitation

D04: 3
Integrating HIV and Family Planning Services: Are Providers Ready?
Susan Patricia Enea Adamchak1, Barbara Janowitz1, Jennifer Liku2, Emmanuel Munyambanza3, Thomas Grey1, Rick Homan2, Emily Keyes1
1Family Health International, United States of America; 2Family Health International, Nairobi, Kenya; 3Family Health International, Kigali, Rwanda

D04: 4
Providing family planning in Ethiopian voluntary HIV counseling and testing facilities: Client, counselor and facility-level considerations.
Heather Bradley1, Duff Gillespie1, Aklilu Kidanu2, Yung-Ting Bonnenfant1, Sabrina Karklins1
1Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America; 2Miz-Hasab Research Center, Ethiopia

D04: 5
The Effect of VCT Acceptance and Uptake of Antiretroviral Treatment on Modern Contraceptive Use Among Women in Rakai, Uganda
Fredrick E Makumbi, Gertrude F Nakigozi, Tom Lutalo, Joseph Kagayi, Joseph Sekasanvu, Absalom Settuba, David Serwada, Maria Wawer, Ron Gray
Makerere University School of Public Health, Uganda

E04: Hormonal Contraception and HIV
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Sponsor: Family Health International Location: New Hall #2

E04: 1
Hormonal Contraception and HIV-1 Infectivity: an Overview
Ludo Lavreys, Jared Baeten
University of Washington

E04: 2
An Overview of hormonal contraception and HIV disease progression
Elizabeth M Stringer
University of Alabama at Birmingham

E04: 3
Hormonal Contraception and HIV Acquisition
Charlie Morrison
Family Health International, United States of America

E04: 4
Family planning for the prevention of vertical HIV transmission in Uganda
Wolfgang Hladik1, John Stover2, Godfrey Esiru3, Malayah Harper4, Jordan Tappero1
1CDC, Uganda; 2Futures Institute, Glastonbury, Connecticut, USA; 3AIDS Control Programme, Ministry of Health, Kampala, Uganda; 4UNAIDS, Kampala, Uganda

F04: Effectiveness of Community-based Distribution
Time: Monday, 16 November 2009: 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Session Chair: Nancy Pendarvis Harris
Session Chair: Wilfred David Ochan Location: Albert Hall

F04: 1
Improving family planning utilization by repositioning family planning/ reproductive health program through strengthening community based Health Service Extension Program (HSEP) in Ethiopia.
Dereje Ayele1, Biniyam Ayele1, Yemisirach Belaineh2
1Ethiopian Public Health Association, Ethiopia; 2Packard Foundation Country Advisor

F04: 2
What works in family planning interventions: A systematic review of the evidence
Lisa M. Basalla1, Ilene Speizer1, Anna Schurmann1, Fariyal Fikree2, Gwen Morgan3
1University of North Carolina, United States of America; 2Population Reference Bureau, United States of America; 3African Population & Health Research Center, Kenya

F04: 3
Scaling-up Community-based Distribution of Injectable Contraceptives in Uganda: Lessons Learned from Private and Public Sector Implementation
Angela Akol1, Amanda Abbott2, Kirsten Krueger2, Patricia Wamala1
1Family Health International Uganda, Uganda; 2Family Health International, North Carolina, USA

F04: 4
Findings from a Qualitative Study of a Pilot Community-Based Distribution of DMPA Program
Heather Lukolyo, Pamela Mukaire, Paige Anderson Bowen, Laura C. Ehrlich
Minnesota International Health Volunteers, United States of America

 
   
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