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PMA2020 at ICFP 2016

Join PMA2020 at the 2016 International Conference on Family Planning (ICFP) in Nusa Dua, Indonesia from January 25-28, 2016 where PMA2020 staff, partners and researchers will discuss a broad range of issues based on data from PMA2020 mobile surveys. Presentations will address access to family planning services, unmet contraceptive needs, contraceptive uptake and user-profiles, spatial analysis tools for supply chain and service delivery assessment, youth, and innovations in family planning monitoring. 
 
See the full list of conference presentations here.
 
For PMA2020-affiliatedoral and poster presentations and panel discussions at ICFP, see below:
 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 26, 2015

Oral Presentations

Tuesday, 10:30am – 11:50am | Location: Legian 9
Session: Innovations in Monitoring, Performance and Accountability
Mary Thiongo, Peter Gichangi (PMA2020 Kenya), Scott Radloff (PMA2020 Director)
 
Tuesday, 10:30am – 11:50am | Location: Mengwi 3+5
Session: Understanding influences on Family Planning use: Past, present and future acceptance
Fred Makumbi, Vivian Zalwango, Simon Peter Kibira (PMA2020/Uganda), Selam Desta (PMA2020/Baltimore)
 
Tuesday, 2:30pm – 3:50pm | Location: Legian 8
Session: New insights on post-partum Family Planning
Vivian Zalwango, Fred Makumbi (PMA2020/Uganda)
 
Tuesday, 2:30pm – 3:50pm | Location: Legian 7
Session: Family Planning Determinants 2
Philip Anglewicz, Patrick Kayembe (PMA2020/DRC)
 

Poster Presentations

Poster session 1: Tuesday, 10:00am – 1:20pm | Location: Jimbaran and Uluwatu Lobbies
  • PMA2020: What it is and what it tells us Scott Radloff (PMA2020 Director)
Poster session 2: Tuesday, 2:20pm – 5:40pm | Location: Jimbaran and Uluwatu Lobbies
  • PMA2020: What it is and what it tells us Scott Radloff (PMA2020 Director)
 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 27, 2015

Oral Presentations

Wednesday, 4:20pm – 5:40pm | Location: Legian 8
Session: The dividends and deficits of contraceptive demand
Vivian Zalwango, Fred Makumbi (PMA2020 Uganda)
 

Preformed Panels

Wednesday, 4:20pm – 5:40pm | Location: Uluwatu 5
Panel Moderator: Win Brown, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Session: Innovations in Family Planning Monitoring
PMA2020 presenter(s) and panel topics:
  • Emergence of timely, new data for monitoring access, quality, equity and choice Scott Radloff (PMA2020 Director)

Poster Presentations

Poster session 3: Wednesday, 10:00am – 1:20pm | Location: Jimbaran and Uluwatu Lobbies
  • PMA2020: What it is and what it tells us Scott Radloff (PMA2020 Director)
Poster Session 4: Wednesday, 2:20pm – 5:40pm | Location: Jimbaran and Uluwatu Lobbies
  • PMA2020: What it is and what it tells us Scott Radloff (PMA2020 Director)
  • Young (18-24 years) women recount of factors affecting use of family planning methods in selected communities with varying uptake of contraceptives in Uganda Fred Makumbi (PMA2020/Uganda)
  • Future intention to use contraception among women in Kaduna and Lagos states, Nigeria Funmilola OlaOlorun,​ Elizabeth Omoluabi (PMA2020/Nigeria)
  • Variation and factors associated with modern contraceptive use in Kaduna and Lagos States of Nigeria Musa Zakirai​, Ogumola Saliu​ (PMA2020 Nigeria)
 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 2015

Oral Presentations

Thursday, 10:30am – 11:50am | Location: Legian 9
Session: Monitoring, Evaluation and Beyond: Using data to maximize impact
Patrick Kayembe (PMA2020/DRC)
 
Thursday, 10:30am – 11:50 am | Location: Legian 7
Session: Inspiring, motivating, re-invigorating: Generating demand for family planning
Musa Zakirai (PMA2020/Nigeria)
 

Preformed Panels

Thursday, 10:30am – 11:50am | Location: Kintamani 1
Panel Moderator: Win Brown, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Session: Access to family planning, service provision, and other community influences on modern contraceptive use
PMA2020 presenter(s) and panel topics:
  • Spatial distribution of service delivery points with stock out and its effect on contraceptive utilization in Ethiopia Solomon Shiferaw (PMA2020/Ethiopia)
  • Estimating the effect of distance from households to facility-based family planning services on individual contraceptive use: a multi-country analysis Linnea Zimmerman (PMA2020/Baltimore)
  • Other PMA2020 presenter(s): Assefa Seme Deresse (PMA2020/Ethiopia), Ayanaw Amogne​ (PMA2020/Ethiopia), Selamawit Desta (PMA2020/Baltimore)
 
Thursday, 10:30am – 11:50am | Location: Singaraja Hall 2
Panel Moderator: Perri Sutton, The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Session: Trends in Expanded Method Choice and Changing Method Mix
PMA2020 presenter(s) and panel topics:
  • Are women’s contraceptive options expanding? A cross-country assessment Hannah Olson (PMA2020/Baltimore)
  • Impact of stock availability on method mix and contraceptive use in Indonesia: What the data show​ Siswanto Wilopo (PMA2020 Indonesia)
  • Impact of stock availability on method mix and contraceptive use in Ethiopia: What the data show Dr. Assefa Seme Deresse (PMA2020/Ethiopia)​
 

Poster Presentations

Poster Session 5: Thursday, 10:00am – 1:20pm | Location: Jimbaran and Uluwatu Lobbies
  • PMA2020: What it is and what it tells us Scott Radloff (PMA2020 Director)
  • Contraceptive method mix and method-specific user profiles in Kinshasa, DRC Philip Anglewicz (PMA2020/DRC)
  • Contraceptive characteristics of young people in Ghana Easmon Otupuri, Emmanuel K. Nakua, Emmanuel Asare​ (PMA2020 Ghana)
 
You can see the full list of conference presentations at www.fpconference.org/2016/program.
Tuesday, January 5, 2016