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Population Council to present more than 40 studies at International Conference on Family Planning
Date:11/4/2013

l Estradiol Contraceptive Vaginal Ring (NES/EE CVR): A 1-year cyclical re-useable vaginal ring" (George Creasy Second Level, Caucus Room 19)

  • 12:00-1:20 PM: "The effect of a voucher program on the uptake of long-acting and permanent methods of contraception (LAPMs) in Kenya: A quasi-experimental study" (Sam Wangila Wafula Second Level, Caucus Room 20)

  • 2:30-3:50 PM: ""The impact of a reproductive health voucher program on increasing uptake of long-acting and permanent family planning methods in Cambodia: Evidence from a difference in difference analysis" (Ashish Bajracharya Ground Floor, Briefing Room 4)

  • 4:20-5:40 PM: "Organizing the evidence on family planning voucher programs: A taxonomy of program implementation and studies" (Ben Bellows Second Level, Caucus Room 24)

  • 4:20-5:40 PM: "Determinants of contraceptive behavior and unmet need for family planning among rural young women in three states of India" (Daliya Sebastian and Mary Philip Sebastian Ground Floor, Briefing Room 4)

    Friday, November 15

    • 10:30-11:50 AM: "Men's gender equity ideologies, women's control of family planning and family size, and unmet need for contraception among married couples in rural India" (Mohan Ghule and Niranjan Saggurti Second Level, Caucus Room 18)

    • 12:00-1:20 PM: "Improving postnatal family planning uptake in Kenya: Evidence from facility-level integration of postnatal and HIV services" (James Kimani Second Level, Caucus Room 18)


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  • Contact: Sasha Gruber
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    760-351-6420
    Population Council
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