Thursday, November 21 / 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM Kidepo Hall

Session 99
An Assessment of The Impact of Lack Of Quality Youth Friendly Health Services

Chair: Kondwani N. Mwendo, Malawi Human Rights Commission
Discussant: Peninah Agaba, Makerere University
Discussant: Jyer Stiven Magnondo Dielet, Association Congolaise pour le Bien Etre Familial
Discussant: Yunia Mayanja, MRC/UVRI
Discussant: Mukesh Parmar, Jawaharlal Nehru University

1. Challenges of Contraceptive Use among Pastoral Adolescent Girls in Karamoja in UgandaStella Achen, Makerere University; Charles B. Rwabukwali, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Makererre University; Peter Atekyereza, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Makererre University.

2. Assessing Implementation Gaps in Youth-Friendly Services in Five CountriesElizabeth Leahy Madsen, Population Reference Bureau (PRB); Burcu Bozkurt, International Youth Alliance for Family Planning; Jill Chanley, Population Reference Bureau; Marissa Falk, Population Reference Bureau; Ramya Jawahar, International Youth Alliance for Family Planning; Christine Power, Population Reference Bureau; Lena Zaguesome, International Youth Alliance for Family Planning.

3. An Assessment of the Impact of Lack of Quality Youth Friendly Health ServicesFoster Mafiala, SRHR AFRICA TRUST (SAT).

4. Estimating Adolescent Abortion Incidence and Unintended Pregnancy in ZimbabweTaylor Riley, Guttmacher Institute; Gerald Madziyire, University of Zimbabwe; Tsungai Chipato, University of Zimbabwe, College of Health Sciences – Clinical Trails Research Centre; Elizabeth A. Sully, Guttmacher Institute.

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