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Poster Session 4

Friday, December 14
12:45 PM - 2:15 PM

Chair: Nyovani Madise, University of Southampton

  1. Enrolment of girls in basic education and risk of tensions on the staff and school infrastructure in Benin: Klouekanmey a typical exampleAlphonse M. Affo, Centre de Formation et de Recherche en matière de Population (CEFORP); Léonie Tovo

  2. Perceptions, knowledge and health seeking behaviour about danger signs in pregnancy among women of reproductive age in Ife-Ijesha zone, NigeriaAbiola Alabi, Obafemi Awolowo University

  3. Urbanization and childhood mortality in NigeriaDiddy Antai, Karolinska Institutet; Gebrenegus Ghilagaber, Stockholm University; Joaquim Soares; Gloria Macassa, Karolinska Institutet

  4. The importance of parents for access to education: Findings from South AfricaSolveig Argeseanu Cunningham, Emory University; Victoria Hosegood, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM); Christopher R Cunningham, Syracuse University; Caterina Hill, Africa Center for Health and Population Studies

  5. Impact of ART rollout on sexual and fertility behaviour in UgandaJohn Bosco Asiimwe, Makerere University

  6. African women, employment and fertility behaviorFarah Asna-Ashari, Ministry of Education, Iran

  7. Crèche facilities and working (nursing) mothers in Akure southwest NigeriaOmotosho Babatunde, University of Ado-Ekiti

  8. School failure: realities and challenges: Spotlight on the Guinean caseAlhassane Balde, Université Paris Descartes

  9. Status of orphan and worker in the children in the car: analysis of the situation and research of determinantsAntoine Banza-Nsungu, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Demographiques (IFORD)

  10. Communities assuming responsibility for their own health careDina Bebawi, Pathfinder International; Gamal El Khatib, Pathfinder International; Andy Cole, Pathfinder International; Shahira Hussein, Pathfinder International

  11. The situation of children orphaned by AIDS in education in Africa: the case of Burkina FasoEsther Belemwidougou, Université de Paris X, Nanterre

  12. Using vouchers to pay for performance and reach the poor: The Kenyan Safe Motherhood initiativeBen Bellows, University of California, Berkeley; Richard Muga, National Coordinating Agency for Population and Development, Kenya; Francis Kundu, National Coordinating Agency for Population and Development, Kenya; Julia Walsh, University of California, Berkeley; Malcolm Potts, University of California, Berkeley

  13. Women’s health behavior in Ghana: Effects of education, residence, lineage, self-determination and social support networksJohn Boateng, Pennsylvania State University; Constance Flanagan, Pennsylvania State University

  14. The infant and child mortality in AlgeriaDr Boualem OUZRIAT, Association maghrébine pour les études de la population (AMEP)-Section Algérie

  15. The loss of antenatal care in ChadFranklin Bouba Djourdebbe, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Demographiques (IFORD)

  16. Regional inequalities in infant mortality in TunisiaIbtihel Bouchoucha, Institut national d'études démographiques (INED); Jacques Vallin, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  17. Uganda family planning programs: Lessons from the fieldPaige A Bowen, Minnesota International Health Volunteers; Jolene Mullins; Laura Ehrlich, Minnesota International Health Volunteers; Diana Dubois, Minnesota International Health Volunteers

  18. Reproductive risk: A 2007 assessmentNada Chaya, Population Action International; Sarah Haddock, Population Action International

  19. Re-examining living standards and childhood mortality in MalawiHenry V Doctor, Columbia University

  20. Population dynamics, poverty and child well-being in Africa: Comparative evaluation of the impact of population dynamics and poverty on the status of vulnerable children in Africa, the case of Khartoum, SudanYasir Elmubarak, University of Gezira, Sudan

  21. Child malnutrition in Cameroon: Does legitimacy of birth matter?Jacques Emina Be-Ofuriyua, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC)

  22. Unaccompanied minors from Morocco, migrating from the rural areas to Tangier to try to reach the European shoresNuria Empez, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Alejandro Muñoz, Independant Consultant

  23. Obstetric fistula: State of places in northern Cameroon.
 Knowledge, attitude, perception, behaviour and dailySebastien Mveing, Institut National de la Statistique du Cameroun; Félicien Fomekong, Institut National de la Statistique du Cameroun

  24. Economic inequality in preventive maternal and child health care: A study of rural IndiaAvishek Hazra, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Debabrata Bera, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Puspita Datta, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  25. The youth carry the burden of poverty is only that they do not know coz they depend on their parents / friendsOluoch Isaac

  26. Maternal health care seeking behaviour in RwandaAnuja Jayaraman, Independent Consultant; Tesfayi Gebreselassie, Macro International Inc.; S. Chandrasekhar, Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research

  27. Using the DHS to monitor the well-being of South Africa’s older personsJané D. Joubert, Medical Research Council of South Africa; Debbie Bradshaw, Medical Research Council of South Africa; Beatrice Nojilana, Medical Research Council of South Africa; Lindiwe L Makubalo, South African Department of Health

  28. Maternal mortality in Kinshasa: therapeutic routes and access to obstetric care in the structures of referenceEugénie Kabali Hamuli, Université Catholique de Louvain

  29. The factors of the medical management of pregnancy and childbirth in Burkina Faso.Mahamoudou Kabore

  30. Will young Africa survive the impact of ageing Europe? Analysis of the uncertaintyLwechungura C Kamuzora, University of Dar es Salaam

  31. Gender dimension of poverty and the Millennium Development Goals in NamibiaMaria Bernadethe Kaundjua, University of Namibia

  32. Middle Africa is demographically trappedMaurice King, Leeds University

  33. Household environment’s association with math and reading test scores in GhanaPearl Kyei, University of Pennsylvania

  34. Using the Bongaarts model in explaining fertility decline in Urban areas of UgandaYovani Moses A Lubaale, Makerere University; Joseph B Kayizzi, Makerere University

  35. Improving maternal and child health: the experience of a Community intervention in Burkina FasoAbdoulaye Maïga, Université de Ouagadougou; Banza Baya, Université de Ouagadougou; Gabriel Sangli, Université de Ouagadougou

  36. “But what happens to the poor?”- Economic inequality in preventive aspects of maternal and child health care in rural NigeriaSumit Mazumdar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Papiya Guha Mazumdar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  37. Differentials in treatment seeking for common childhood illnesses in Tanzania: Does economic status matter?Sumit Mazumdar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Papiya Guha Mazumdar, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  38. HIV AIDS and the work of children in Congo-BrazzavilleEric Armel Mbalamona, Centre d'études et de recherche sur les analyses et les politiques économiques (CERAPE)

  39. The Determinants of the school for girls in Yaoundé (Cameroon).Louise Moyo; Samuel Kelodjoue, Université de Dschang

  40. Factors affecting the chance mechanism of maternal deaths in AfricaDilip C. Nath, Gauhati University

  41. Income inequality in South Africa: The possible negative effects of decreasing discriminationEmily Nix

  42. Fancy things, education and variability in self-reported morbidity: The case of adult women in Accra, GhanaMaame Nketsiah, Harvard School of Public Health

  43. Managing migration in Sub-Saharan Africa with particular reference to GhanaMichael Kofi Nsiah, Sunyani Polytechnic

  44. Inequalities in access to maternal health in GabonNicole Ntsame Ondo, Ministère de la Planification et du Développement, Gabon; Edwige Nfoume Ella, Direction Générale de la Statistique et des Etudes Economiques (DGSEE)

  45. Evaluating four approaches to community-based programming for orphans and vulnerable children in Kenya and TanzaniaFlorence Nyangara, Futures Group; Minki Chatterji, Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.; Tonya Thurman, Tulane University; Timothy Wakabi, Axios Foundation; Zaharani Kalungwa, Axios Foundation; Lawrence Ikamari, University of Nairobi; Nana Koran, Tulane University; Kathy Buek, Futures Group Europe

  46. How are the children? Community-based approach to monitoring and evaluation of child well-being in Sub-Saharan AfricaFlorence Nyangara, Futures Group; Karen O’Donnell, Duke University; Robert Murphy, Duke University; Beverly Nyberg

  47. Exploring the link between non-marital childbearing and entry into conjugal unions among South African women: Competing alternatives?Nompumelelo Nzimande, University of KwaZulu-Natal

  48. The social and economic determinants of maternal morbidity and mortality in NigeriaOlasupo P. Ogunjuyigbe, Obafemi Awolowo University; Ayotunde Titilayo, Obafemi Awolowo University

  49. Socio-cultural factors that determine actions that constitutes elder abuse among NigeriansUzoma O Okoye, University of Nsukka, Nigeria; Pepertua L Tanyi, University of Nsukka, Nigeria

  50. Adolescents transition: The challenges and the way out (the African perspective)Olukunle Omotoso, University of Ibadan

  51. Fertility levels, trends, and differentials in Kenya: How does the own children method add to our knowledge of the transition?Collins Opiyo, University of Pennsylvania; Michael Levin, Harvard University

  52. Growth of the population in Africa and its links with poverty. Case of universal schooling in 2010 in Mauritania?Ahmede Ould Dih, Ministère de l'Economie et des Finances

  53. Determinants of fertility decline in Malawi: An analysis of the proximate determinantsMartin E. Palamuleni, North-West University, South Africa

  54. Changing age-sex structure in selected African countries and their implication on socio-economic development, 1950-2030Martin E. Palamuleni, North-West University, South Africa; Moses Kibet, North-West University, South Africa

  55. Levels, Patterns and Determinants of Marital Fertility among Low Contraceptive Communities of Southern Ethiopia: Experience of Resistant to Fertility DeclineNigatu Regassa, Hawassa University

  56. Fostering children orphaned by AIDS in contemporary UgandaChina R Scherz, University of California, San Francisco

  57. Poverty, health and territorial governanceAbdoulaye Tall, Ministère du Plan et du Développement Durable

  58. Maternal health care in five Sub-Saharan African countriesEmmanuel O. Tawiah, University of Ghana

  59. Child mortality and socioeconomic differentials: An analysis of disparities by migration statusKevin J A Thomas, Pennsylvania State University