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Poster Session 2

Wednesday, December 12
12:45 PM - 2:15 PM

Chair: Nyovani Madise, University of Southampton

  1. New approach to promote the SR/PF in rural areasFatima Abadlia, Caisse Nationale des Assurances Sociales (CNAS), Algeria

  2. Obstacles to the free movement of persons and goods and risk of spread of AIDS: the example of the Abidjan-Lagos corridor roadAlphonse M. Affo, Centre de Formation et de Recherche en matière de Population (CEFORP)

  3. A clash of civilizations or vicissitudes of history? Christian-muslim differentials in contraceptive use in Nigeria and TanzaniaVictor Agadjanian, Arizona State University; Scott T. Yabiku, Arizona State University; Lubayna Fawcett, Arizona State University

  4. Epidemiological transition of infant mortality in AfricaAlejandro Aguirre, El Colegio de México

  5. Health transition in AfricaAliyar Ahmadi, University of Tehran

  6. Assessing the impact of introducing the Standard Days Method of family planning in India, Peru and RwandaMarcos Arevalo, Georgetown University; Victoria Jennings, Georgetown University; Priya Jha, Georgetown University; Rebecka I. Lundgren, Georgetown University; Marie Mukabatsinda, Awareness Project- Rwanda; Luisa Sacieta, Georgetown University; Irit Sinai, Georgetown University; Trinity Zan, Georgetown University

  7. The impact of integration of family planning information and services into VCT sites in the Amhara region of EthiopiaMengistu Asnake, Pathfinder International; Yared Abera, Pathfinder International; Abadi Dagnew, Pathfinder International

  8. Expanding long term family panning through service based training: The experience of Pathfinder International in EthiopiaMengistu Asnake, Pathfinder International; Ambaw Damtew, Pathfinder International

  9. Repositioning family planning through natural methods experiences from Benin and Burkina FasoBernard K. Balibuno, Georgetown University; Jérémie Zoungrana, JHPIEGO, Burkina Faso

  10. More support or more rejection of persons living with HIV in Burkina Faso from 1993 to 2003?Banza Baya, Université de Ouagadougou; Idrissa Ouili, Institut Superieur des Sciences de la Population (ISSP) and Université de Ouagadougou

  11. Family planning in the context of polygamy: case of Burkina FasoBanza Baya, Université de Ouagadougou; Abdoulaye Maïga, Université de Ouagadougou

  12. Transitions epidemiological Maghreb: some salient featuresMohamed Bedrouni, Université Saad Dahleb Blida

  13. Ageing and its socio-economic problems in the era of HIV/AIDS in the North West province of South AfricaPaul W Bigala, North-West University, South Africa

  14. Religion and differential mortality by AIDS in Africa: the case of Muslim AfricaSofiane Bouhdiba, University of Tunis

  15. Youth and reproductive healthAmir A.B. Bouraoui, Office National de la Famille et de la Population, Tunis

  16. The effects of education on cross-national disparities in AIDS death ratesRebekah A. Burroway, Duke University

  17. Applying spatial analysis to socio-environmental interactions: Contamination of community drinking water in coastal GhanaJustin Buszin, Brown University and Population Services International (PSI)

  18. Improve the sexual behaviour of the military in Africa: results of three surveys of behavioural surveillance in TogoVirgile Capo-Chichi, Population Services International (PSI); Sethson Kassegne, Population Services International (PSI)

  19. Determinants of clients of standard days method of family planning in selected communities of Pathfinder International-Ethiopia operational areasBefekadu Demmissie, Pathfinder International; Mengistu Asnake, Pathfinder International

  20. Family planning in Algeria between the policy of the State and family strategiesFatima Drid, Université de Batna; Belkacem Ziani, Université de Batna; Kelthoum Bibimoun; Miloud Sefari

  21. Abortions and fertility in AfricaVictor Gaigbe-Togbe, United Nations; Barry Mirkin, United Nations

  22. College students in Nigeria underestimate their risk of contracting HIV/AIDS infectionKayode T. Ijadunola, Obafemi Awolowo University; Titilayo Abiona, Obafemi Awolowo University; Yinyinade Ijadunola, Obafemi Awolowo University

  23. Secluded, caged and neglected but at high risk: Inmates HIV/AIDS high-risky behaviour in selected prisons in NigeriaLanre Ikuteyijo, Obafemi Awolowo University; Joshua Aransiola, Obafemi Awolowo University; Olusina Bamiwuye, Obafemi Awolowo University; Rotimi Adewale, Obafemi Awolowo University

  24. Risk of HIV/AIDS among deaf adolescent school children in Uganda: A case study of Kampala School for the Deaf (KSD)James Kakooza, Makerere Institute of Social Research

  25. COMMUNITY Based Intervention in HIV/AIDS Treatment in the under Five Children in Zambia: A Sociological InvestigationFrederick Kaona, Mwengu Social and Health Research Centre

  26. Social and economic consequences of HIV/AIDS on children: A case study of an urban high density community in HarareJoshua Kembo, Human Sciences Research Council of South Africa

  27. Risk factors associated with HIV/AIDS infection among itinerant women entrepreneurs in Mbeya Region, TanzaniaJeremiah Kirway, Mzumbe University

  28. Reproductive health implications of street hawking in AccraStephen O. Kwankye, University of Ghana; Philomena E. Nyarko, University of Ghana; Cynthia A. Tagoe, University of Ghana

  29. Couple’s desire for HIV testing and counseling and its association with women’s empowerment in KenyaLi Liu, Johns Hopkins University; Michelle J. Hindin, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Stan Becker, Johns Hopkins University

  30. Using traditional birth attendants to increase access to family planning services in select communities in Northern NigeriaFatima Mamman-Daura, Pathfinder International; Sada DanMusa; Murtala Mai, Pathfinder International; Lawan Gana, Pathfinder International

  31. Correlates of Sexual Behaviour among barmaids in Morogoro Municipal, TanzaniaThecla Mendile, Sokoine University of Agriculture; Eleuther A.M Mwageni, Sokoine University of Agriculture

  32. Effects of HIV/AIDS intervention programmes on the sexual behaviour of youths in TanzaniaSwitbert Mkama, President's Office; Eleuther A.M Mwageni, Sokoine University of Agriculture

  33. The Takamol integrated reproductive health model: For now and the futureRannia Mostafa, Pathfinder International; Mohamed Abou Nar, Pathfinder International; Mohamed Afifi, Pathfinder International; Maged Yousef, Pathfinder International; Andy Cole, Pathfinder International

  34. Predictors of contraceptive use discontinuation among Malawian womenAngela Msosa, National Statistical Office, Malawi

  35. Risk factors associated with HIV/AIDS transmission in Mbarali District, Mbeya RegionEleuther A.M Mwageni, Sokoine University of Agriculture; Francis J Sichona, University of Dar es Salaam; Sylvester Ndile, Institute of Rural Development; Jeremiah Kirway, Mzumbe University

  36. NGOs on HIV/AIDS mitigation in Morogoro municipality TanzaniaEnedy O Mwanakatwe, Morogoro Municipal; David Mhando, Sokoine University of Agriculture

  37. HIV-related knowledge and social discrimination in selected local government areas of Lagos state, NigeriaChinwe Nwanna, University of Lagos

  38. Met and unmet needs for family planning: The real story for Rwanda and MadagascarFlorence Nyangara, Futures Group; Scott Moreland, Constella Futures

  39. Determinants of recovery time of diabetic patients in UgandaJonathan Odwee, Makerere University; Olive Buhule, Makerere University; Leonard Atuhaire, Makerere University

  40. Behaviour change project for HIV/AIDS prevention among out-of-school youths in Cross River State, Nigeria: A multi art approach.Edisua Oko-Offoboche, DreamBoat Theatre for Development Foundation

  41. Reproductive rights and reproductive health in developing countries: Focus on AfricaVijayan Pillai, University of Texas at Arlington; Rashmi Gupta, India association of North Texas

  42. Family planning and fertility: Estimating program effects using cross-sectional dataClaus C. Pörtner, University of Washington; Kathleen Beegle, World Bank Group; Luc Christiaensen, World Bank Group

  43. Contraceptive security and an integrated supply chainTim Rosche, USAID DELIVER Project; Leslie Patykewich, USAID DELIVER Project; Paul Dowling; Suzy Sacher, USAID DELIVER Project

  44. Understanding the slow pace of behavioral change in the face of HIV/AIDS in Uganda: Cross-sectional evidence from Kampala city surveyGideon Rutaremwa, Makerere University

  45. Current trends and future course of transmission dynamics of HIV/AIDS in South India: Projections from Asian epidemic (aem) / goals modelDayanand G. Satihal, Population Research Centre, Institute of Economic Research, Dharwad; Pradeep Kumar Bhargava, Population Research Centre, Dharwad, India

  46. Contraception and unmet needs in AfricaNancy Stiegler, University of the Western Cape

  47. The challenges of the pandemic of HIV/AIDS in the Togolese companiesKoffi Blewussi Tekou, Cabinet d'Expertise en Recherche et Action (CERA). Togo

  48. Awareness and the use of voluntary counselling and testing services: Panacea to HIV/AIDS pandemic in NigeriaElias O. Wahab, Lagos State University; Jubril Jawando, Lagos State University

  49. ART adherence in resource-poor settings in sub-Saharan Africa: A multi-disciplinary reviewEliud Wekesa, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); Ernestina E. Coast, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

  50. Comprehensive care for HIV/AIDS in urban informal settlements: What are the needs and challenges?Abdhalah K Ziraba, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); John Kebaso, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Chi-Chi Undie, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Nyovani Madise, University of Southampton