Session 22:
Strengthening Reproductive Health Programs in Developing Countries

Thursday, May 1
10:15 AM - 11:45 AM
Salons H-I
4th Floor

Chair: Vinod Mishra, United Nations Population Division
Discussant: Jacob A. Adetunji, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)

  1. The Same Contraceptive Method but Different Stories: A Comparative Qualitative Study of the Misconceptions Associated with Contraceptive Use in Southern and Northern GhanaPhilip B. Adongo, Navrongo Health Research Centre; James F. Phillips, Columbia University; Placide Tapsoba, Population Council; Allison Stone, Columbia University; Philip Tabong, University of Ghana

  2. Trends in the Private Sector as a Source for Modern ContraceptionJorge I. Ugaz, Abt Associates; Jay Gribble, Futures Group International; Minki Chatterji, Abt Associates; Susan Mitchell, Abt Associates

  3. The Challenges of Integrating Family Planning and HIV Services: An Analysis of Programmer and Policymaker Opinions in Malawi, Nigeria, and SenegalRachel S. Robinson, American University

  4. Role of Voucher Scheme in Reducing Inequalities in the Utilization of Delivery Care Services: Evidence from Rural BangladeshKaji Tamanna Keya, Population Council; Md. Noorunnabi Talukder, Population Council; Ubaidur Rob, Population Council

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