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Performance Monitoring and Accountability 2020 at the 2018 International Conference on Family Planning

Please join PMA2020 at the 2018 International Conference on Family Planning in Kigali, Rwanda. The Conference brings together the international family planning community to reflect on progress, discuss best practices, and consider how to achieve the goal of empowering an additional 120 million women to voluntarily access quality contraception by 2020. PMA2020 will be sharing data that are tracking progress made to reach this goal.

Stop by our booth (#19) during the conference to learn about new data, play The Family Planning Data Game (for a prize!), and to speak to family planning experts from around the world.

While at the conference, please participate in the Real-time ICFP Feedback Survey that PMA2020 is conducting. Make your voice heard! Find a PMA2020 woman data collector (they are wearing white PMA2020 shirts), participate in the interview to provide conference organizers feedback on the logistics and technical content of the conference, and enter for a chance to win an iPad.

Throughout the week, PMA2020 will share new research at presentations and panels, highlighting how PMA2020 data can be used to understand the current state of family planning, as well as inform program and policy development in the future.

See below for a schedule of PMA2020-affilitated events, including presentations, and panels.

Tuesday, November 13

Poster Presentations

Poster Session 2
11:30 AM-2:30 PM

Missed Opportunities for Family Planning among Postpartum Women in eleven counties in Kenya
Authors: Peter Gichangi, Hesbon Onyancha, Mary Thiongo, Michael Waithaka
Location: Auditorium Terrace

Flash Presentations

11:55 AM-1:15 PM
Does health workers’ home to home visit influence women’s modern contraceptive use in Ethiopia? Analysis of PMA2020 Survey
Authors: Assefa Seme Deresse, Solomon Shiferaw, Ayanaw Amogne, Selamawit Desta, Scott Radloff, Amy Tsui
Location: MH 3

Oral Presentations

10:25-11:45 AM
Is receipt of contraceptive method information associated with women’s perspectives on providers? Evidence from PMA2020 surveys in eight sub-Saharan African countries
Author: Yoonjoung Choi
Location: AD6

10:25-11:45 AM
Methodological Advances in Survey Based Abortion Estimation: Promising Findings from an Ongoing Survey in Nigeria
Authors: Suzanne Bell, Elizabeth Omoluabi, Funmilola OlaOlorun, Mridula Shankar, Caroline Moreau
Location: Auditorium Club B

Panels

10:25-11:45 AM
Meeting the needs of women and men in achieving their reproductive intentions: identifying priority data and research gaps in scaling up four new and under-utilized FP
Led by Linnea Zimmerman
Location: AD4

Approaches to estimate use of Emergency Contraception
Beth Larson, Antonia Morzenti, Georges Guillea, Peter Gichangi, and YJ Choi

Wednesday, November 14

Poster Presentations

Location: Auditorium Terrace

Poster Session 4
8:00-11:00 AM

Bridging the gap: Unintended pregnancies, fertility behaviours and unmet need for family planning among adolescents and young women in 11 counties in Kenya
Authors: Hesbon Onyancha, Peter Gichangi, Mary Thiongo, Michael Waithaka

Trends in Sexual behaviors, contraceptive use and unmet need for modern Family planning among female youths (20-24 years) in Uganda
Authors: Vivian Zalwango, Fred Makumbi, Ronald Ssenyonga, Mary Nakafeero, Hassard Sempeera, Sam Kagongwe, Simon Peter Kibiria

Poster Session 5
11:30 AM-2:30 PM

The exploration of sexual health outcomes through the application of a Women’s and Girl’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Empowerment Framework across four settings
Authors: Shannon Wood, Celia Karp, Amy Tsui, Simon Peter Kibira, Selamawit Desta, Hadiza Shehu Galadanci, Fred Makumbi, Elizabeth Omoluabi, Solomon Shiferaw, Assefa Seme Deresse, Caroline Moreau

Poster Session 6
3:00-5:00 PM

The Positive Effect of Promoting Method Information Indeks (MII) on Long Acting Reversible Contraceptive (LARC) Use in PMA2020 countries
Authors: Anggriyani Wahyu Pinandari; Mustikaningtyas Mustikaningtyas; Siswanto Agus Wilopo

Flash Presentations

2:35-3:55 PM
Women’s dilemmas regarding family planning decisions: results from a three-country qualitative study
Authors: Caroline Moreau, Shannon Wood, Celia Karp, Amy Tsui, Simon Peter Kibira, Selamawit Desta, Hadiza Shehu Galadanci, Fred Makumbi, Elizabeth Omoluabi, Solomon Shiferaw, Assefa Seme Deresse
Location: MH3

4:20-5:40 PM
Do Maternal Care Contacts Improve Postpartum family planning? Evidence from a longitudinal cohort study in SNNPR, Ethiopia
Authors: Linnea Zimmerman, Mahari Yihdego, Solomon Abreha, Saifuddin Ahmed
Location: AD12

Oral Presentations

11:55 AM-1:15 PM
Covert use of family planning among sub-Saharan African women – reasons, challenges and consequences
Authors: 
Caroline Moreau, Shannon Wood, Celia Karp, Amy Tsui, Simon Peter Kibira, Selamawit Desta, Hadiza Shehu Galadanci, Fred Makumbi, Elizabeth Omoluabi, Solomon Shiferaw, Assefa Seme Deresse
Location: AD11

2:35-3:55 PM
Women’s Reported Use of Modern Contraceptive Methods Before and After the Introduction of Method Awareness Questions; Evidence from PMA2020 survey data from Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, and Nigeria
Authors: Matthea Roemer
Location: AD5

Panels

10:25-11:45 AM
Session: Access-to-Use: what we know about contraceptive supply dynamics that underlie use
Led by Yoonjoung Choi
Location: AD1

Trends in method availability and service readiness in eight sub-Saharan African countries: Performance Monitoring and Accountability 2020
Scott Radloff, Yoonjoung Choi, Sally Safi

Monitoring facility-level commodity availability indicators: comparison of two survey approaches and lessons learned in Ethiopia
Solomon Shiferaw, Ayanaw Amogne, Assefa Seme, Gamachis Shogo, Yoonjoung Choi, Noelle Battle, Amy Tsui

How contraceptive availability affects contraceptive use: a cluster-level panel analysis
Saifuddin Ahmed, Linnea Zimmerman, Yoonjoung Choi

4:20 – 5:40 PM
Measurement innovations for improved monitoring of family planning outcomes
Led by Amy Tsui
Location: AD11

Spatial approach to probability sampling: Lessons from PMA Kaduna State GPS mapping exercise
Timothee Fruhauf, Stephen Kaliti, Peter Gichangi, Saifuddin Ahmed, Amy Tsui

Factors influencing contraceptive uptake among women with unmet need: Using individually linked observations from PMA2020 Uganda to create longitudinal panels
Mary Nakafeero, Shulin Jiang, Maisiha Huq, Fred Makumbi, Simon Kibira, Linnea Zimmerman

Spatial approach to probability sampling: Lessons from PMA Kaduna State GPS mapping exercise
Elizabeth Omoluabi, Julien Nobili, Samson Adamu, Blake Zachary

Thursday, November 15

Poster Presentations
Location: Auditorium Terrace

Poster Session 7
8:00-11:00 AM

An In-Depth Assessment of the Impact of the Global Gag Rule on Sexual and Reproductive Health Services in Ethiopia
Authors: Elizabeth Sully, Solomon Shiferaw, Assefa Seme, Suzanne Bell, Margaret Giorgio

Potential for Achieving FP2020 Goals of 120 million Additional Contraceptive Users by 2020: an exploration of subnational temporal changes in five countries with Bayesian Hierarchical Models using PMA and DHS data
Authors: Qingfeng Li, Amy Tsui, Saifuddin Ahmed

Oral Presentations

11:55 AM-1:15 PM
Reproductive choice for family planning and childbearing: Where does women’s empowerment fit in? Findings from a three-country qualitative study
Authors: Celia Karp, Shannon Wood, Amy Tsui, Simon Peter Kibira, Selamawit Desta, Hadiza Shehu Galadanci, Fred Makumbi, Elizabeth Omoluabi, Solomon Shiferaw, Assefa Seme Deresse, Caroline Moreau
Location: AD5

Panels

10:25-11:45 AM
Session: Measurement and family planning 2020 (FP2020): the role of data in moving from a global goal to country action
Location: MH1

Performance Monitoring and Accountability 2020 (PMA2020): contribution, lessons, and way forward
Scott Radloff, Yoonjoung Choi, Sally Safi

11:55 AM-1:15 PM
Session: Integrating measurement of quality of care into health systems
Assessing trends of quality of care using PMA2020 population and service delivery point surveys
Yoonjoung Choi, Sally Safi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday, October 29, 2018