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Programmatic Interventions in Reproductive Health Involving Men or Couples

 

ZOOM, Tuesday 10 November 2020, 16:00-17:30 UTC

(11-12:30 am EST / 17-18:30 CET)


 

This working session is organized by the IUSSP Scientific Panel on Couples' Reproductive Health and Fertility.

  


Organizing committee: Stan Becker (Johns Hopkins University) and Neetu John (Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health).

 

Format: 

  1. Welcome (2-3 min)
  2. Five contributed presentations, including Q+A for each (60 min)
  3. Discussant (10-15 min)
  4. General discussion (10-15 min)
  5. Closing (2-3 min)

 

Presentations: 


  • Karen Hardee (What Works Association, United States)
    A Long Way to Go: An Analysis of the Proposed Engagement of Men and Boys in 13 Family Planning Country Implementation and Action Plans

  • Aishwarya Sahay (International Center for Research on Women, India)
    Engaging Young Men and Couples in Family Planning Programs through a Gender Transformative Approach

  • Anita Raj (University of California, San Diego, United States)
    The CHARM2 Intervention (Counseling Husbands & Wives to Achieve Reproductive Health and Marital Equity)

  • Anne Laterra (CARE USA)
    Engaging Husbands of Married Adolescents in Bangladesh and Niger: Formative Research and Programmatic Experience from the IMAGINE project

  • Kexin Zhang (Boston University, United States)
    Exploring User-Centered Counseling in Contraceptive Decision-Making: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Urban Malawi
 
Discussant: 

  • Ilene Speizer (Gillings School of Global Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
 

Registration:

 

Those interested in participating in this online meeting must register in advance.



IUSSP Scientific Panel on Couples' Reproductive Health and Fertility:

Chair: Stan Becker (Johns Hopkins University)

Members: Vissého Adjiwanou (Université du Québec à Montréal); Ambrose Akinlo (Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife); Neetu John (Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health); Trude Lappegard (University of Oslo); Maria-Coleta Oliveira (Universidade Estadual de Campinas); Abhishek Singh (International Institute for Population Sciences)

 

 

 

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