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Session Overview
Date: Tuesday, 29/Nov/2011
4:00pm
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6:00pm
Opening Plenary
Location: Amphitheatre
Official Conference Opening by the President of Senegal, HE Abdooulaye Wade and Minister of Health, Hon. Modou Diagne Fada Statements by distinguished guests
6:00pm
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8:00pm
Opening Reception
Location: Pool
Date: Wednesday, 30/Nov/2011
8:30am
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9:20am
Plenary
Location: Amphitheatre
Chair: Amy Ong Tsui, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America
FAMILY PLANNING DIVIDENDS ACCUMULATED AND STILL BUILDING Plenary speakers: Scott Radloff, USAID; Bambang Brodjonagoro, Ministry of Finance, Indonesia; Adedoyin Soyibo, University of Ibadan, Nigeria; Gamal Serour, FIGO and Al Azhar University
8:30am
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1:00pm
P1: Poster 1 - Global Contraceptive Needs, Trends and Patterns
Location: A01
9:30am
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11:00am
1.1.01: Developments in Contraceptive Technologies
Location: Amphitheatre
Chair: Anne Burke, Johns Hopkins University, United States of America
Chair: Léonard Kagabo, Ministere de la santé, Rwanda
1.1.02: Faith-based Organizations Advancing Family Planning
Location: B05
Chair: Ali Zarzour, Assiut University, Egypt
Chair: Sara Seims, Hewlett Foundation (Packard Foundation as of July 1), United States of America
1.1.03: Meeting Family Planning Needs of High-Risk Populations
Location: B06
Chair: John Stover, Futures Institute, United States of America
Chair: Diene Keita, UNFPA, Benin
1.1.04: Household, Poverty and Family Planning
Location: C05
Chair: Eliya Msiyaphazi Zulu, African Institute for Development Policy, Kenya
Chair: Papa Sakho, IPDSR, Senegal
1.1.05: Community Mobilization for Family Planning Access
Location: C06
Chair: Easmon Otupiri, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology-School of Medical Sciences, Ghana
Chair: Ilene Speizer, University of North Carolina, United States of America
1.1.06: Trends in and Determinants of Contraceptive Use
Location: B12
Chair: Sharon E. Epstein, USAID/Nitgeria, Nigeria
Chair: Malcolm Potts, University of California, Berkeley, United States of America
1.1.07: Delivering Contraceptive Services: Clients and Providers
Location: C12
Chair: Mario Festin, World Health Organization, Switzerland
Chair: Perle Combary, IntraHealth International, South Africa
1.1.08: Contraception and Abortion: Perspectives from Ghana
Location: Salon Vert
Chair: James Franklin Phillips, Columbia University, United States of America
Chair: Sabrina Karklins, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America
1.1.09: Family Planning and Young People: What We Know and Where We Can Improve
Location: Salon Brun
Chair: Freya Sonenstein, JHSPH, United States of America
Chair: Imran Khan, Youth Advocacy network Pakistan, Pakistan
1.1.10: Private Meeting
Location: Flamboyant
1.1.11: PANEL: Family Size and Child Welfare
Location: C106
Chair: Alain Koffi, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America
1.1.12: Tackling the Challenges of Family Planning Access and Quality
Location: Salon Saint Louis
Chair: Catharine McKaig, Jhpiego, United States of America
Chair: Friday Okonofua, Women's Health and Action Research Centre, Benin City, Nigeria, Nigeria
1.1.13: PANEL: Reaching Out at Rio: Explaining Population Growth and Family Planning to Environmentalists
Location: Salon Ziguinchor
Chair: Geoffrey Dabelko, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, United States of America
         
11:00am
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11:30am
AM Break
11:30am
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1:00pm
1.2.01: Factors Influencing Vasectomy and Condom Use
Location: Amphitheatre
Chair: Roderick Larsen-Reindorf, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Ghana
Chair: Paul D Blumenthal, Population Services International, United States of America
1.2.02: Family Planning on the Move under Religious Conservatism
Location: B05
Chair: Henry Mosley, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America
Chair: MAIRO MANDARA, OSSAP-MDGs Nigeria, Nigeria
1.2.03: PANEL: Family Planning on the Frontlines: Implementing Family Planning Programs for Populations affected by War
Location: B06
Chair: Sara Casey, RAISE Initiative, Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, United States of America
1.2.04: Men Behind Family Planning
Location: C05
Chair: Oladosu Ojengbede, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Chair: Jill Sheffield, Women Deliver, United States of America
1.2.05: Communicating and Tracking Family Planning
Location: C06
Chair: Hannah Burris, FHI 360, United States of America
Chair: Siga Diop, FHI/Senegal, Senegal
1.2.06: Regional Perspectives on Contraceptive Use Patterns
Location: B12
Chair: Rose Gakuba, UNFPA, Senegal
Chair: Halida Akhter, Management Sciences for Health, United States of America
1.2.07: PANEL: Addressing Human Resources for Health Barriers to Achieving MDG 5b
Location: C12
Chair: Maurice Middleberg, Intrahealth, United States of America
1.2.08: PANEL: Post-Abortal Provision of Long-acting Reversible Contraception: A Review of the Evidence and its Implications
Location: Salon Vert
Chair: Matthew Reeves, WomanCare Global, United States of America
1.2.09: PANEL: Family Planning in a Digital World: Using Technology to Promote Family Planning Among Young People
Location: Salon Brun
Chair: Kate F. Plourde, FHI, United States of America
1.2.10: Private Meeting
Location: Flamboyant
1.2.11: PANEL: Achieving Equity in Family Planning: Getting Beyond the Rhetoric
Location: C106
Chair: Karen Foreit, Futures Group, United States of America
1.2.12: Meeting Family Planning Needs Among Persons with Disabilities
Location: Salon Saint Louis
Chair: Suzanne M. Reier, WHO, Switzerland
Chair: Cheikh Tidiane ATHIE, ONG ACDEV "Action Et Développement", Senegal
1.2.13: PANEL: Reaching the Hardly Reached: Delivering Family Planning through Population, Health, and Environment
Location: Salon Ziguinchor
Chair: Jason Lee Bremner, Population Reference Bureau, United States of America
         
1:00pm
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2:00pm
Lunch - Roundtables
2:00pm
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3:30pm
1.3.01: PANEL: Depo-subQ in Uniject: Long Road to a Game-Changer
Location: Amphitheatre
Chair: Jeff Spieler, USAID, United States of America
1.3.02: PANEL: Translating Contraception Research to Product Delivery
Location: B05
Chair: John Townsend, Population Council, United States of America
1.3.03: PANEL: Promoting family planning for post partum women: current recommendations; programme initiatives, and future directions
Location: B06
Chair: Nguyen-Toan Tran, IPPF, United Kingdom
1.3.04: Family Planning and Gender Issues
Location: C05
Chair: Anju Malhotra, International Center for Research on Women, United States of America
Chair: Allan G Hill, Harvard University, United Kingdom
1.3.05: mHealth for Family Planning
Location: C06
Chair: Christopher Purdy, DKT International, United States of America
Chair: MOJISOLA ADERONKE ODEKU, JHU/CCP, Nigeria
1.3.06: PANEL: The United States' Family Planning Program (Title X): Translating Research into Practice
Location: B12
Chair: Loretta Eileen Gavin, US Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, United States of America
1.3.07: Developing the Family Planning Workforce
Location: C12
Chair: Ron Magarick, Jhpiego, United States of America
Chair: Sandra Bass, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, United States of America
1.3.08: PANEL: Fostering Change, Community Mobilization, Decentralization...New Proven Methodologies for Strengthening Postabortion Family Planning
Location: Salon Vert
Chair: Carolyn Curtis, USAID, United States of America
1.3.09: PANEL: Start a Revolution: Harnessing the Power of Social Media to Further the Abuja Call to Action
Location: Salon Brun
Chair: Joy Cunningham, FHI, United States of America
1.3.10: Private Meeting
Location: Flamboyant
1.3.11: Family Demand, Decision Making and Use in Africa
Location: C106
Chair: Laurie Zabin, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America
Chair: Modibo Maiga, USAID AWARE II, Ghana
1.3.12: Overcoming Conflict to Deliver Family Planning
Location: Salon Saint Louis
Chair: Arzum Ciloglu, Center for Communication Programs, United States of America
Chair: Ndola Prata, University of California Berkeley, United States of America
1.3.13: PANEL: Advocacy for Reproductive Health for the Urban Poor: Approaches in Africa and Asia
Location: Salon Ziguinchor
Chair: John Stover, Futures Institute, United States of America
         
2:00pm
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6:00pm
P2: Poster 2 - Family Planning Dynamics and Youth
Location: A01
3:30pm
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4:00pm
PM Break
4:00pm
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5:30pm
1.4.01: PANEL: Changing the Landscape: Innovative Approaches to Long-Acting and Permanent Method (LAPM) Services in Sub Saharan Africa
Location: Amphitheatre
Chair: Patricia MacDonald, USAID, United States of America
1.4.02: Family Planning in Francophone Africa
Location: B05
Chair: Anta Tall Dia, ISED, Senegal
Chair: Nancy Harris, John Snow, Inc., United States of America
1.4.03: Islam and Family Planning
Location: B06
Chair: Omaima El-Gibaly, Assiut University, Egypt
Chair: Ousmane Samb, Réseau islamique et Population, Senegal
1.4.04: Couple Dynamics in Family Planning
Location: C05
Chair: Stan Becker, Johns Hopkins University, School of Public Health, United States of America
Chair: ANJALI SEN, INTERNATIONAL PLANNED PARENTHOOD FEDERATION SOUTH ASIA REGION, India
1.4.05: PANEL: The Use of Mobile Technology (mHealth) Tools in Reproductive Health and Family Planning, and Measuring Impact
Location: C06
Chair: Garrett Livingston Mehl, World Health Organization, Switzerland
1.4.06: Contraceptive Use and the Poor
Location: B12
Chair: Karen Hardee, Hardee Associates LLC, United States of America
Chair: Baker Maggwa, FHI 360, United States of America
1.4.07: Task Shifting for Family Planning
Location: C12
Chair: Yolande Hyjazi, Jhpiego, Guinea
Chair: Cheikh Seck, IntraHealth International, Senegal
1.4.08: Issues on Post-Abortion Contraception
Location: Salon Vert
Chair: Janie Benson, Ipas, United States of America
Chair: Laura Rita Laski, UNFPA, United States of America
1.4.09: Early Marriage and Family Planning
Location: Salon Brun
Chair: Calleen Elizabeth Simon, Pathfinder International, United States of America
Chair: Syefa Ahmed, South Asia Regional Youth Network, Bangladesh
1.4.10: Private Meeting
Location: Flamboyant
1.4.11: PANEL: Investigating Policy-Relevant Outcomes/Effects of Reproductive Health and Family Planning
Location: C106
Chair: James Gribble, Population Reference Bureau, United States of America
1.4.12: Mobile Family Planning Services
Location: Salon Saint Louis
Chair: Isaiah Ndong, EngenderHealth, United States of America
Chair: Annette Anta SECK NDIAYE, Marie Stopes International sénégal, Senegal
1.4.13: PANEL: Enabling Africa's Highest Fertility Countries to Develop
Location: Salon Ziguinchor
Chair: Martha Campbell, Venture Strategies for Health and Development, United States of America
         
Date: Thursday, 01/Dec/2011
8:30am
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9:20am
Plenary
Location: Amphitheatre
Chair: Steve Sinding, Former Director General, IPPF, United States of America
FAMILY PLANNING AND HIV: STRANGE BEDFELLOWS NO MORE Plenary speakers: Hon. Stephen O'Brien MP, DFID; Michael Mbizvo, WHO; Judy Manning, USAID; Bocar Daff, Senegal MOHP, PSI video
8:30am
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1:00pm
P3: Poster 3 - HIV and Family Planning Service Integration
Location: A01
9:30am
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11:00am
2.1.01: Special Panel: Hormonal Contraception and HIV Acquisition: What We Know, What We Need to Know and How We Need to Know
Location: Amphitheatre
Chair: Ward Cates, Family Health International, United States of America
Chair: Michael Takura MBIZVO, World Health Organization (WHO), Switzerland
Panelists: Chelsea Polis, USAID; Zeda Rosenberg, International Partnership for Microbicides; Emmanuel O. Otolorin, Jhpiego; Dusenge Ariane, Health Poverty Action; Sarah Boseley, The Guardian
2.1.02: Birthspacing, Contraception and Pregnancy Outcomes
Location: B05
Chair: Saifuddin Ahmed, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America
Chair: John May, World Bank, United States of America
2.1.03: Safe Abortion: Partners, Providers and Products
Location: B06
Chair: PATRICIA ATKINSON, MARIE STOPES INTERNATIONAL, United Kingdom
Chair: Ejike Oji, Ipas, United States of America
2.1.04: Gender Issues in Family Planning
Location: C05
Chair: Kathryn Yount, Emory University, United States of America
Chair: Hassane Yaradou, ASBEF, Senegal
2.1.05: PANEL: Accountability for Resources: Tracking Funding for Reproductive Health and Family Planning
Location: C06
Chair: An Huybrechts, International Planned Parenthood Federation European Network, Belgium
2.1.06: Family Planning in Senegal
Location: B12
Chair: Mamadou KANTE, UNFPA Burkina Faso, Burkina Faso
Chair: Jean Charles Moreau, CGO, Senegal
2.1.07: Advocacy and Supply of Family Planning Resources
Location: C12
Chair: Margot Fahnestock, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, United States of America
Chair: Akua Kwateng-Addo, USAID/Senegal, United States of America
2.1.08: Dynamics of IUD Delivery and Use
Location: Salon Vert
Chair: Anne Burke, Johns Hopkins University, United States of America
Chair: Tsigue Pleah, Jhpiego, United States of America
2.1.09: Adolescents, HIV/AIDS and Family Planning
Location: Salon Brun
Chair: Adama Ndoye, Bureau Pays UNFPA, Senegal
Chair: Nkurunziza Jean-Marie Vianney, Sonke Gender Justice Network, South Africa
2.1.10: IBP Interactive Knowledge to Action Session: Engaging Men in Family Planning
Location: Flamboyant
Chair: Victoria Jennings, Institute for Reproductive Health/Georgetown, United States of America
Chair: Nguyen-Toan Tran, IPPF, United Kingdom
2.1.11: PANEL: Adding It Up: Assessing the Costs and Benefits of Investing in Sexual and Reproductive Health Care
Location: C106
Chair: Jessica Malter, Guttmacher Instiute, United States of America
2.1.12: Satisfying Unmet Need
Location: Salon Saint Louis
Chair: Ian David Askew, Population Council, Kenya
Chair: Fitri Putjuk, Johns Hopkins University, Indonesia
2.1.13: Innovative Analytic Tools for Family Planning
Location: Salon Ziguinchor
Chair: Sarah E.K. Bradley, ICF Macro, United States of America
Chair: Vissého Adjiwanou, Université de Montréal, Canada
         
11:00am
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11:30am
AM Break
11:30am
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1:00pm
2.2.01: Family Planning and HIV/AIDS
Location: Amphitheatre
Chair: Fatou Nar Mbaye, CNLS, Senegal
Chair: Duff Gillespie, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America
2.2.02: PANEL: Timing is Everything: Integrating Family Planning in Services During the First Year Postpartum
Location: B05
Chair: Catharine McKaig, Jhpiego, United States of America
2.2.03: Contraception and Abortion
Location: B06
Chair: Akinrinola Bankole, Guttmacher Institute, United States of America
Chair: Fatim Tall Thiam, Organisation Mondiale de la Santé, Senegal
2.2.04: Contextual Influences on Family Planning
Location: C05
Chair: Jean Christophe Fotso, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC), Kenya
Chair: DAOUDA DIOUF, ENDA, Senegal
2.2.05: Social Franchising Models for Family Planning
Location: C06
Chair: Benjamin West Bellows, Population Council, Kenya
Chair: M.E. Khan, Population Council, India
2.2.06: PANEL: Aiming for 56% by 2015: Is Kenya's Contraceptive Target a Realistic Goal?
Location: B12
Chair: Sheila Macharia, USAID Kenya, Kenya
2.2.07: Family Planning in Francophone Africa
Location: C12
Chair: Sahlu Haile, Packard Foundation, Ethiopia
Chair: Issakha Diallo, USAID AWARE II Project, Ghana
2.2.08: Issues in Hormonal Contraceptive Use
Location: Salon Vert
Chair: Laneta Dorflinger, FHI, United States of America
Chair: Aynina Cissé, UCAD, Senegal
2.2.09: PANEL: At the Nexus Between Child and Sexual and Reproductive Health: Foundational Programs for Very Young Adolescents
Location: Salon Brun
Chair: Susan Igras, Institute for Reproductive Health/Georgetown Univ, United States of America
2.2.10: IBP Knowledge to Action Session: Supporting Contraceptive Security: Data Visibility and Coordination
Location: Flamboyant
Chair: Sara Stratton, IntraHealth International, United States of America
Chair: Boniface Sebikali, IntraHealth International, United States of America
Chair: Bonnie Keith, PATH, Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition, United States of America
Chair: Jane Feinberg, UNFPA, Denmark
2.2.11: PANEL: "When I want a child I will come to the doctor and ask what to do': Fertility Preference and Family Planning Use Among Women Living with HIV in Kenya and Swaziland
Location: C106
Chair: Charlotte E Warren, Population Council, Kenya
2.2.12: Fertility Preferences: Realities and Prospects
Location: Salon Saint Louis
Chair: Susan Enea Adamchak, FHI, United States of America
Chair: Oumar Sarr, Ministère de la Santé, Senegal
2.2.13: Tools for Assessing Family Planning Program Impact
Location: Salon Ziguinchor
Chair: Lana Rae Dakan, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, United States of America
Chair: El Hadji Babacar Gueye, IntraHealth International, Senegal
         
1:00pm
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2:00pm
Lunch - Roundtables
2:00pm
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3:30pm
2.3.01: Family Planning and HIV Service Integration
Location: Amphitheatre
Chair: Ward Cates, Family Health International, United States of America
Chair: Abdoulaye Sidibe Wade, DLSI, Senegal
2.3.02: Family Planning Impact on Maternal Health
Location: B05
Chair: Kelly Blanchard, Ibis Reproductive Health, United States of America
Chair: Alassane Diouf, CEFOREP, Senegal
2.3.03: Abortion and Family Planning
Location: B06
Chair: Elizabeth Shires Maguire, Ipas, United States of America
Chair: Getachew Bekele, Marie Stopes International Ethiopia, Ethiopia
2.3.04: PANEL: Postponing the First Birth in Early Marrying Settings
Location: C05
Chair: Lana Rae Dakan, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, United States of America
2.3.05: PANEL: Total Market Initiative
Location: C06
Chair: Janet Vail, PATH, United States of America
2.3.06: Translating Results into Action
Location: B12
Chair: Beth Fredrick, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America
Chair: Baka Tambouri Ndiaye, IntraHealth International, Senegal
2.3.07: Advocating Family Planning in Senegal
Location: C12
Chair: Sarah Clark, Futures Group, United States of America
Chair: Guélaye Sall, IPDSR, Senegal
2.3.08: PANEL: Revitalizing the EC Agenda: Identifying Opportunities, Gaps and Barriers to Emergency Contraception Access in Developing Countries
Location: Salon Vert
Chair: Elizabeth Westley, International Consortium for Emergency Contraception, United States of America
2.3.09: PANEL: How Do You Know Success? Guidelines and Tools for Evaluating Youth Programs
Location: Salon Brun
Chair: Susan Igras, Institute for Reproductive Health/Georgetown Univ, United States of America
2.3.10: IBP Interactive Knowledge to Action Session: Effective Approaches to Increase Access and Expand Contraceptive Choice in Underserved Areas
Location: Flamboyant
Chair: Barbara Jones, EngenderHealth, United States of America
Chair: Nomi Fuchs-Montgomery, Marie Stopes International, United States of America
Chair: Maxine Ruth Eber, PSI, United States of America
Chair: JOHN DAMIAN YANULIS, EngenderHealth, United States of America
2.3.11: PANEL: What's in Your Toolbox? State-of-the-Art Planning and Advocacy Tools for Family Planning
Location: C106
Chair: Bashir Issak, FHI 360, United States of America
2.3.12: PANEL: "For Those Who Have Had Enough": the Importance of Ensuring that Limiters Have Access and Choice in Order to Meet Their Reproductive Intentions
Location: Salon Saint Louis
Chair: Patricia MacDonald, USAID, United States of America
2.3.13: PANEL: Improving Access and Use of Health Data, Information and Knowledge
Location: Salon Ziguinchor
Chair: Margaret A. D'Adamo, USAID, United States of America
         
2:00pm
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6:00pm
P4: Poster 4 - Vulnerable Populations, Men and MCH
Location: A01
3:30pm
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4:00pm
PM Break
4:00pm
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5:30pm
2.4.01: PANEL: Meeting the Contraceptive Needs of Women and Couples with HIV: Is Family Planning/HIV Integration the Answer?
Location: Amphitheatre
Chair: Rose Wilcher, FHI, United States of America
2.4.02: PANEL: Improving Access to Birth-Spacing Services in Pakistan: Sharing Experiences and Lessons Learned
Location: B05
Chair: Ali Mohammad Mir, Population Council, Pakistan
2.4.03: PANEL: Determinants of Women's Contraceptive Use and Non-Use in Varied African Settings: Findings from the Consortium for Research on Unsafe Abortion in Africa
Location: B06
Chair: Friday Okonofua, Women's Health and Action Research Centre, Benin City, Nigeria, Nigeria
2.4.04: Men Advancing Family Planning
Location: C05
Chair: Amadou Baye Mbow, USAID/Senegal, Senegal
Chair: Julie Davanzo, RAND Corporation, United States of America
2.4.05: Innovating for Family Planning
Location: C06
Chair: Jose Oying Rimon, The Bill and Medlinda Gates Foundation, United States of America
Chair: Jennifer Woodside, IPPF, United Kingdom
2.4.06: PANEL: Influencing Policy at the Highest Levels: The Role of the Reproductive Health and Rights Alliance in Kenyan Constitutional Reform
Location: B12
Chair: Vanessa Brocato, International Division at Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA), United States of America
2.4.07: PANEL: Making the News in Senegal: How FP/RH Policy Issues Get Public Attention
Location: C12
Chair: Victoria Ann Ebin, PRB, United States of America
2.4.08: PANEL: Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (MPTs) for Sexual and Reproductive Health: What's on the Horizon, and how do we get there?
Location: Salon Vert
Chair: Judy Manning, US Agency for International Development, United States of America
2.4.09: Improving adolescent sexual and reproductive health: programs and services from a global perspective
Location: Salon Brun
Chair: Adesegun Fatusi, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Nigeria
Chair: Primrose Nanchani Manyalo, Restless Development Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe
2.4.10: IBP Interactive Knowledge to Action Session: Effective Approaches to Increase Access and Expand Contraceptive Choice in Underserved Areas
Location: Flamboyant
Chair: Barbara Jones, EngenderHealth, United States of America
Chair: Nomi Fuchs-Montgomery, Marie Stopes International, United States of America
Chair: Maxine Ruth Eber, PSI, United States of America
Chair: JOHN DAMIAN YANULIS, EngenderHealth, United States of America
2.4.11: Addressing Policy, Financing, and the Private Sector to Expand Family Planning Services
Location: C106
Chair: Pape Gaye, IntraHealth International, United States of America
Chair: Susan Rich, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, United States of America
2.4.12: Contraceptive Method Choice in West Africa
Location: Salon Saint Louis
Chair: Victoria Jennings, Institute for Reproductive Health/Georgetown, United States of America
Chair: Cheikh Ahmed Tidiane Cissé, CEFOREP, Senegal
2.4.13: PANEL: Meeting Health Information Needs in Family Planning and Reproductive Health: A Multi-Country Assessment
Location: Salon Ziguinchor
Chair: Tara Marie Sullivan, JHU/CCP, United States of America
         
Date: Friday, 02/Dec/2011
8:30am
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9:20am
Plenary
Location: Amphitheatre
Chair: Dana Hovig, Marie Stopes International, United Kingdom
SECURING THE RIGHT TO FAMILY PLANNING AND ITS BENEFITS Honorary Chair Mdm. Aida Mbodj, Minister of State, Family and Women's Organizations, Senegal Plenary speakers: Mdm. Aida Mbodj; Jagdish Upadhyay, UNFPA; Jill Sheffield, Women Deliver; Eunice Brookman-Amissah, Ipas
8:30am
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1:00pm
P5: Poster 5 - Family Planning Service Delivery and Financing Research for Action
Location: A01
9:30am
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11:00am
3.1.01: Family Planning: Working Through the Private Sector
Location: Amphitheatre
Chair: Betty Nakazzi KYADDONDO, Population Secretariat, Ministry of Finance, Planning and Economic Development, Uganda
Chair: Amy Ong Tsui, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, United States of America
3.1.02: Contraceptive Needs Among HIV-Infected Persons
Location: B05
Chair: Fredrick E Makumbi, Makerere University School of Public Health, Uganda
Chair: Ndella Diakhaté, Organisation Mondiale de la Santé, Senegal
3.1.03: PANEL: Integration of family planning services and HIV care: on the ground challenges, successes, and the need for rigorous evaluation
Location: B06
Chair: Craig R. Cohen, University of California, San Francisco, United States of America
3.1.04: PANEL: "Get Me the Data": Strengthening and Using the Evidence Base for Gender Equality and FP/RH Programs
Location: C05
Chair: Rose Wilcher, FHI, United States of America
3.1.05: PANEL: Scaling Up the Community-Based Access to Injectable Contraception: Different Paths for Increasing Access
Location: C06
Chair: Kirsten Kreuger, FHI 360, United States of America
3.1.06: Family Planning Vouchers and Private Providers
Location: B12
Chair: Stan Bernstein, Population Council, United States of America
3.1.07: Issues in Contraceptive Security
Location: C12
Chair: Julia Bunting, Department of International Development, UK, United Kingdom
Chair: Mona Sharan, World Bank, United States of America
3.1.08: Delivering Family Planning Post-Partum
Location: Salon Vert
Chair: Alain Damiba, JHPIEGO, United States of America
Chair: Trinity Zan, FHI 360, United States of America
3.1.09: Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health in West Africa
Location: Salon Brun
Chair: Jérôme Clouzeau, Coopération Française, Senegal
Chair: TIA Yake Stephane, IPPF, Arica Regional Office, Côte d'Ivoire
3.1.10: IBP Knowledge to Action Session: Integration of family planning within and beyond the health sector
Location: Flamboyant
Chair: Catharine McKaig, Jhpiego, United States of America
Chair: Nandita Thatte, USAID, United States of America
Chair: Timothy R Allen, Management Sciences for Health, United States of America
Chair: Irene Kitzantides, USAID, United States of America
3.1.11: PANEL: From Faith to Action: Leveraging Faith Networks in Repositioning Family Planning
Location: C106
Chair: Peter Kariuki Munene, German Foundation for World Population (DSW), Kenya
3.1.12: Family Planning, Fertility and Maternal Health
Location: Salon Saint Louis
Chair: Janine Barden-O'Fallon, MEASURE Evaluation PRH Associate Award, United States of America
Chair: Frank Taulo, University of Malawi, College of Medicine, Malawi
3.1.13: Communication Networks for Family Planning
Location: Salon Ziguinchor
Chair: Lilly Banda, USAID, Malawi
Chair: Placide Tapsoba, Population Council, Ghana
         
11:00am
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11:30am
AM Break
11:30am
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1:00pm
3.2.01: Innovations in Service Delivery
Location: Amphitheatre
Chair: Leslie Mancuso, Jhpiego, an affiliate of Johns Hopkins University, United States of America
Chair: Papa Ndiaye, Institut de Santé et Développement (ISED), Senegal
3.2.02: HIV, Reproductive Health and Family Planning Integration
Location: B05
Chair: Susan Krenn, Johns Hopkins University, United States of America
Chair: Paul Ametepi, ICF Macro, United States of America
3.2.03
Location: B06
3.2.04: Advancing Family Planning in West Africa
Location: C05
Chair: Jane T. Bertrand, Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, United States of America
Chair: Oumar Ndoye, Commission Santé du Parlement, Senegal
3.2.05: Increasing Uptake and Acceptability of New and Existing Family Planning Methods
Location: C06
Chair: John Stanback, FHI, United States of America
Chair: Susan Newcomer, National Institutes of Health, United States of America
3.2.06: Financing Family Planning: Everyone's Share
Location: B12
Chair: Michele Ooms, French Development Agency, France
Chair: Cheikh Mbacké, Consultant, Senegal
3.2.07: Policy Issues for Family Planning
Location: C12
Chair: Suzanne Ehlers, Population Action International, United States of America
Chair: Julio Pacca, Pathfinder International, United States of America
3.2.08: Family Planning in the Post-Partum Period
Location: Salon Vert
Chair: Katoba Irène Mukenga, UNFPA, Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Chair: Mamadou Lamine CISSE, UNIVERSITE DE DAKAR, Senegal
3.2.09: Factors Influencing Adolescent Family Planning in Latin America
Location: Salon Brun
Chair: Joseph E. Potter, University of Texas at Austin, United States of America
Chair: Daisy Magana, Public Health Institute, Belize
3.2.10: IBP Interactive Knowledge to Action Session: Promoting Investments in FP: Advocacy for National Policies and Development Plans
Location: Flamboyant
Chair: William Ratliff Finger, FHI, United States of America
Chair: Carmen Tull, USAID, United States of America
Chair: Cynthia Green, Futures Group, United States of America
Chair: Alexandra Hervish, Population Reference Bureau, United States of America
3.2.11: PANEL: Key Elements of Successful Programmes Which Deliver Family Planning Services Through Community Health Programmes
Location: C106
Chair: Nuriye Ortayli, UNFPA, United States of America
3.2.12: Addressing Unmet Need
Location: Salon Saint Louis
Chair: CHINWE OGBONNA, UNITED NATIONS POPULATION FUND, Nigeria
Chair: Abdelylah Lakssir, Partners in Population and Development Africa Regional Office, Uganda
3.2.13: Action for Family Planning: From All Angles
Location: Salon Ziguinchor
Chair: Geoffrey Dabelko, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, United States of America
Chair: Edilberto Loaiza, UNFPA, United States of America
         
1:00pm
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2:00pm
Lunch - Roundtables
2:00pm
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3:30pm
3.3.01: PANEL: Sparking Change through Social Networks: Addressing Social Barriers to Family Planning Use
Location: Amphitheatre
Chair: Rebecka Inga Lundgren, Insitute for Reproductive Health, United States of America
3.3.02: Family Planning Roles and Challenges for Health Workers
Location: B05
Chair: Alice Payne Merritt, Johns Hopkins, United States of America
Chair: Galo Ba, Ministère de la Santé, Senegal
3.3.03
Location: B06
3.3.04: Factors Influencing Contraceptive Use in West Africa
Location: C05
Chair: Cathy Ndiaye, Consultant, Senegal
Chair: Monica Kerrigan, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, United States of America
3.3.05: Contraceptive Dynamics: Beyond Adoption
Location: C06
Chair: Angela Akol, Family Health International Uganda, Uganda
Chair: Agustin Conde-Agudelo, Extending Service Delivery Project - ESD, United States of America
3.3.06: Financing Models for Family Planning
Location: B12
Chair: Sono Aibe, Pathfinder International, United States of America
Chair: Alexandra Ruth Todd-Lippock, USAID, United States of America
3.3.07: Community-based Models for Family Planning Access
Location: C12
Chair: Yemeserach Belayneh Mengistu, David and Lucile Packard Foundation, Ethiopia
Chair: Carmen Tull, USAID, United States of America
3.3.08: Integrating Family Planning with Child Health Care
Location: Salon Vert
Chair: Brad Kerner, Save The Children, United States of America
Chair: Ousmane Ndiaye, Chaire de Pédiatrie, Senegal
3.3.09: Developing a Youth Engagement Model (YEM) for Effective Advocacy on Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights
Location: Salon Brun
Chair: Job Siekei Mogire, Africa Youth Taskforce on Reproductive Health Agenda (AyTHRA), Kenya
3.3.10: IBP Interactive Knowledge to Action Session: Getting HIP-ER: High Impact Practices in FP based on Evidence and Research
Location: Flamboyant
Chair: Karen Foreit, Futures Group, United States of America
Chair: Mihira Vedula Karra, USAID, United States of America
Chair: Matthew David Phelps, USAID, United States of America
3.3.11: PANEL: Expanding Choice, Expanding Access: Bringing Four New Contraceptives to Market.
Location: C106
Chair: Sara Tifft, PATH, United States of America
3.3.12: Contraceptive Needs Among Adolescents
Location: Salon Saint Louis
Chair: Cate Lane, GH/PRH/SDI, United States of America
Chair: Philippe Moreira, CGO, Senegal
3.3.13: PANEL: The Rocky Road to Scaling Up: Pitfalls and Lessons Learned
Location: Salon Ziguinchor
Chair: Nandita Thatte, USAID, United States of America
         
2:00pm
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6:00pm
P6: Poster 6 - Family Planning Dynamics: Individuals and Institutions
Location: A01
3:30pm
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4:00pm
PM Break
4:00pm
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5:30pm
Closing Plenary
Location: Amphitheatre
Chair: Modou Diagne Fada, Ministère de la Santé, Senegal
FAMILY PLANNING ON THE MOVE Honorary Chair: HE Souleymane Ndene Ndiaye, Prime Minister of Senegal Plenary speakers: Poonam Muttreja, Population Foundation of India; Guoqing Mi, China National Contraceptives Administration; Dusenge Ariane and Papa Magatte Ndiaye, Youth Leaders; Kesetebirhan Admassu, Ministry of Health Ethiopia; Werner Haug, UNFPA; Michael Klag, Johns Hopkins University

 
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