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Monday, November 18 / 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM


Poster Session 1

1. Associate Gender-Based Violence and Family Planning Rights among Women in Sub-Sahara AfricaSunday Matthew Abatan, Federal University Oye-Ekiti; Oluwagbemiga E. Adeyemi, Federal University; Rotimi Oladele, Federal University Oye-Ekiti; Mustapha Usman, Federal University Benin-Kebbi.

2. Contraintes environnementales et migrations des populations du grand Nord du Cameroun vers les berges du barrage de Lom-Pangar : essai de compréhension des mobilités intérieures*Julien Abossolo Ndongo, Ministère de l'Economie, de la Planification et de l'Aménagement du Territoire (MINEPAT); Corrine Nkans , Ministère de l'Economie, de la Planification et de l'Aménagement du Territoire.

3. An in-Depth Exploration of Community Perspectives and Responses to Major Childhood Killer Diseases in NigeriaSunday Adedini, University of the Witwatersrand; Oluwatoyin Alaba, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

4. Intimate Partner Violence and Contraceptive Use among Married Women in Nigeria: A Multilevel Analysis.Sunday Adedini, University of the Witwatersrand; Ololade Adewole, National Centre for Technology Management, Nigeria; Olufunmilola Oyinlola, Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria.

5. Changing Gender Roles and Opportunity Cost of Childbearing: Implications for Family Size in Sub-Sahara AfricaOlaide A. Adedokun, Lagos State University; Oluwagbemiga E. Adeyemi, Federal University; Kolawole Olowe, The West African Management Development Institutes Network; Tolulope Fakayode, Federal University Oye-Ekiti.

6. Determinants of Induced Abortion among Married Women in Ekiti State, Nigeria.Beatrice Adeoye; Sarafa Shittu, Federal University Oye-Ekiti.

7. Ethnic Differentials in Male Fertility Behaviour in Nigeria: A Multilevel AnalysisOlolade Adewole, National Centre for Technology Management, Nigeria.

8. Feasibility of Home-Based HIV Counseling and Testing and Linking to HIV Services among Women Delivering at Home: A Geita District Council Case, TanzaniaJ. Adinan, Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College; C. Amour, Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College, Moshi, Tanzania; A. Bridgit, University of North Carolina; A. Shayo, Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre; P. Kidayi, Killimanjaro Christian University College, Moshi; L. Msuya, Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre.

9. Determinants of Stunting among under-Five Children in MalawiRotimi R. F. Afolabi, University of Ibadan; Martin Palamuleni, North West University.

10. Singulate Mean Age at Marriage in South Africa (1996-2016) Trends, Differentials and ImplicationsLeonard Ahuejere, Statistics South Africa.

11. Marital Dissolution in South Africa in a Rural-Urban Perspective: 2011Leonard Ahuejere, Statistics South Africa.

12. Examining Early Postpartum Contraceptive Utilisation among Women Living with HIV in the Context of Family Planning and HIV Services Integration in South AfricaAnthony I. Ajayi, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Oladele Adeniyi, Walter Sisulu University; Oluwaseyi Somefun, University of the Witwatersrand.

13. Making Family Planning Accessible to All through the Universal Health Coverage in UgandaDenis Akankunda, Uganda Christian University; Angela Akol, Family Health International.

14. What about Her Right?: Migrant Teenage Mothers' Voices of Disllusionment, Ambivalence and Broken Aspirations in Rural Communities in Southwest NigeriaOdunayo Akomolede, Federal University,Oye Ekiti.

15. Integration of Population, Health and Environment (PHE) Approach for Improved Reproductive Health (RH)/Family Planning (FP) and Livelihood: The Case of PHE Implementation sites in EthiopiaAhmed M. Ali, PHE Ethiopia Consortium.

16. Understanding the Combined Effect of the Knowledge of HIV/AIDS Prevention Methods on Condom Use in Njombe and Tanga Regions, TanzaniaMbwiga Aloni, Mkwawa University College of Education; Maurice C. Y. Mbago, University of Dar es Salaam; Francis J. Sichona, University of Dar es Salaam.

17. Pauvreté Multidimensionnelle Au Sénégal*Mamadou Amouzou, Agence Nationale de la Statistique et de la Démographie (ANSD).

18. De la naissance à l'obtention d'une autonomie, combien coûte un enfant à un ménage ? Une étude de cas à partir des données d'ECAM3 au Cameroun*Etienne Serge Anakeu Djoumessi, Ministère de l'Agriculture et du Développement Rural (MINADER); Achille Kwamegni Kepnou, Universite Laval.

19. Educational Attainment and Fertility: Contextual Determinants in West AfricaWinfred A. Avogo, Illinois State University.

20. Labor Migration, Social Capital and HIV/AIDS Risks in South AfricaWinfred A. Avogo, Illinois State University.

21. Empirical Analysis of Determinants of Utilization of Modern Contraceptives among Rural Women in UgandaDeborah Ayebare, National Planning Authority, Uganda; Otieno Osoro, University of Dar es Salaam.

22. Analyse des déterminants de l'incomplétude vaccinale des enfants de 12-23 mois au Bénin.*Rodrigue Kolawolé Babaekpa, Institut Supérieur des Sciences de la Population, Université Joseph Ki-Zerbo; Jean-François Kobiane, ISSP.

23. Cartographie des familles : Atlas communal des familles au Sénégal*Jean Pierre Diamane Bahoum, Agence Nationale de la Statistique et de la Démographie (ANSD); Papa Mabeye Diop, Agence Nationale de la Statistique et de la Démographie (ANSD); Mahmouth Diouf, Agence Nationale de la Statistique et de la Démographie (ANSD).

24. Quelle influence de l’indicateur de niveau de vie sur les différences de scolarisation dans les ménages pauvres dirigés par les femmes et ceux dirigés par les hommes au Burkina Faso ?*Alis Bambara, Institut Supérieur des Sciences de la Population; Madeleine Wayack Pambè, Université de Ouagadougou.

25. Influence of Gender Attitudes on Fertility Aspiration of Adolescents and Young Men in Three Sub-Saharan African CountriesTemilolu N. Bamiwuye, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife; Amos O. Oyedokun, Obafemi Awolowo University.

26. Les perspectives du régime de retraite algérien à l’horizon 2030 par rapport aux évolutions des indicateurs macroéconomique*Djohra Bellili, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Statistique et d'Economie Appliquée (ENSEA); Saliha Ouadah Rebrab, ENSSEA; Kamel Dib, université d'Ottawa.

27. Is Bridewealth Payment Associated with Shorter Birth Intervals?Adriana A. Biney, University of Ghana; Naa Dodua Dodoo, University of Ghana; Maame Peterson, Pennsylvania State University and the University of Ghana; Charlotte Ofori, Regional Institute for Population Studies, Univeristy of Ghana and Pennsylvania State University; Nurudeen Alhassan, African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP); F. Nii-Amoo Dodoo, Regional Institute for Population Studies, University of Ghana.

28. "An Empirical Review of Africa's Demographic Challenges: Towards Harnessing Africa's Demographic Dividend through Practical Interventions, Lessons and Scaling Policy Reformations in a SDGs Era"Benjamin Bob; Joy Ben, Nigeria.

29. Household Characteristics and under-Five Mortality in Bankass, MaliDavid Boettiger, University of California, San Francisco; Emily Treleaven, University of Michigan; Kassoum Kayentao, Malaria Research and Training Center; Ari Johnson, MUSO; Nancy Padian; Jenny Liu, University of California, San Francisco.

30. Pratique Limitée De La Contraception Moderne Par Les Femmes Instruites à Yaoundé : Un Problème d’Effets Secondaires SupposésMarcel Bogmis, Bureau Central des Recensements et des Etudes de Populations (BUCREP).

31. Mariage d’enfants au Burkina Faso : quels enseignements à partir des enquêtes auprès des ménages ?*Dramane Boly, Institut Supérieur des Sciences de la Population (ISSP).

32. La Baisse De La Prevalence Des Violences Faites Aux Femmes Selon Leurs Caracteristiques Sociodemographiques Dans Les Communes De L'est Et Du Sud-Ouest Du Burkina Faso. Effet De Decomposition Ou Simple Effet De Comportement?*Zakaliyat Bonkoungou, GIZ/PROSAD; A. Sathiya Susuman, University of the Western Cape.

33. Instruction et début sexuel chez l’adolescente en Afrique centrale*Franklin Bouba Djourdebbé, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (IFORD).

34. Milieu de socialisation de la mère et mutilations sexuelles féminines au Burkina Faso et au Tchad*Franklin Bouba Djourdebbé, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (IFORD).

35. Factors Associated with Residential Mobility of Street Children in Uganda: Implications for Urban Health Policy and Programming.Francis Mulekya Bwambale, MAASTRICHT UNIVERSITY, CAPHRI / IOM/ MAKERERE UNIVERSITY; Cheryl A. Moyer, University of Michigan; Paul Bukuluki, Makerere University; Hubertus Van den Borne, MAASTRICHT UNIVERSITY, CAPHRI.

36. Prévalence du VIH/SIDA chez les jeunes en Afrique subsaharienne: Essaie d’évaluation de l’efficacité des initiatives prises et des changements démographiques*Valerie Chemgne, CARE-IFA; Mireille Gneche, CARE-IFA; Honoré Mimche, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (IFORD).

37. Variations in First Union Dissolution Patterns among Sub-Sahara African Cultures: The Case of Lebou, Peuhl, Sereer, Toucouleur, and Wolof in SenegalJustin Dansou, University of Ibadan.

38. Itinéraire De Formation Et Accès Au Premier Emploi Au SénégalJustin Dansou, University of Ibadan; Faye Abdoulaye, Bureau des Etudes DLEC/ DGID.

39. Individual and Contextual Predictors of Comprehensive HIV Knowledge among Young Females in GhanaEugene K. M. Darteh, University of Cape Coast.

40. Pregnancy Induced Hypertension as a Risk Marker of Cardiovascular Diseases in Indian WomenLabhita Das.

41. Understanding the Foreign-Born Population Living in South Africa: In the Time of the Demographic DividendPrincelle Dasappa-Venketsamy, Statistics South Africa.

42. Inconsistent Condom Use among Young Males with Older, Same-Sex Partners in South Africa: What Are the Levels and Associated Factors?Nicole De Wet - Billings, University of the Witwatersrand; Brendon Billings, University of the Witwatersrand.

43. Inégalités spatiales de la mortalité des personnes âgées en situation de vulnérabilité au Bénin*Sotima Espérance Demate, Ecole Nationale de la Statistique, de la Planification et de la Démographie de l'Université de Parakou (ENSPD/UP); Mouftaou Amadou Sanni, Ecole Nationale de la Statistique, de la Planification et de la Démographie de l'Université de Parakou (ENSPD/UP).

44. Impact De La Migration Sur La Prevalence Au Paludisme Des Enfants Au Mali*Abdoul Karim Diamoutene, Université des Sciences Sociales et de Gestion de Bamako (USSGB); Akoété Ega Agbodji, Université de Lomé.

45. Socio-Economic Predictors of Sexual Practices of Unmarried Adolescent Girls in Makoko Community, Lagos, NigeriaIdongesit Eshiet, University of Lagos; Michael Kunnuji, University of Lagos; Temitope Owolabi, University of Lagos.

46. Women Empowerment and Child Health Outcomes in GhanaGloria Essilfie, University of Cape Coast; Joshua Sebu, University of Cape Coast.

47. Globalization and Income Inequality; A Panel Data Analysis of 37 Developing Countries in AfricaJames Fasakin, University of Ibadan; Toba S. Olasehinde, University of Ibadan.

48. Réseaux sociaux et perception de la pratique contraceptive: analyse comparée du cas des jeunes et des personnes âgées en milieu rural au Sénégal*Ndiouma Faye, Université de Montréal.

49. Inequalities in Children’s Survival in Cameroon: The Influence of the Mother’s Socioeconomic StatusThierry Fondjo Lekane, IFORD.

50. Use of GIS and Remote Sensing to Build a Sampling Frame for Household Surveys in SomaliaJosyline Gikunda, UNFPA-Somalia; Umikaltuma Ibrahim, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Somalia; Amina Said, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) - Somalia; Mariam Alwi, Head of Population and Development Dept; Richard N'getich, Statistical Specialist; Felix Mulama, Demographic Specialist; Said Abdilahi, Ministry of Planning, Investment and Economic Development.

51. Explaining Neonatal, Perinatal and Childhood Mortality Risks in Nigeria: Does Child’s Risk Status at Birth Matter?Elhakim A. Ibrahim, University of Texas at San Antonio; Sunday Adedini, University of the Witwatersrand.

52. Regional Differentials in Access to Improved Water and Sanitation in Urban ZambiaEunice N. S. Imasiku, University of Zambia.

53. Crop Diversification among Smallholder Farmers in Mulenge Area of Kapiri Mposhi, ZambiaEunice N. S. Imasiku, University of Zambia; Bessy Kabongola, University of Zambia.

54. A Study on Integrated Early Childhood Development Service Delivery in Central Busoga RegionMagoola Issah, Makerere University.

55. Determinants of Contraceptive Use in the GambiaBuba Jadama, Government.

56. Family Planning among Men and Women Aged 15-49 Years Old in a Peri-Urban Area of Maputo City, MozambiqueMehol Jamnadas, Instituto Nacional de Saúde - Moçambique; Joelma Carina Baduro, Instituto Nacional de Saúde - Moçambique; Nílzio Cavele, Instituto Nacional de Saúde - Moçambique; Cremildo Manhiça, Instituto Nacional de Saúde - Moçambique; Américo José, Instituto Nacional de Saúde; Ivalda Macicame, Instituto Nacional de Saúde - Moçambique.

57. Levels, Sociodemographic and Behavioural Factors of Male Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) Perpetration in South AfricaPride Kandemiri, University of Witwatersrand; Sasha Frade, University of the Witwatersrand.

58. Forgiveness as a Positive Contributing Factor on the Mental Wellbeing of Congolese Refugees and Asylum Seekers Post-War ExperiencePride Kandemiri, University of Witwatersrand.

59. The Role of Men in Family Planning: An Examination of Determinants of Male Involvement in Family Planning in KenyaBernard Kiprotich, Employee NCPD.

60. Factors Influencing Womens Perceived Sexual Self-Efficacy in Botswana: An Implication for HIV Intervention ProgramsOfile Lesotlho, University of Botswana.

61. Rapprocher l’information et les services de Santé Sexuelle et Reproductive (SSR) des populations vivant en zones rurales*Jyer Stiven Magnondo Dielet, Association Congolaise pour le Bien Etre Familial; Espoir D'Almeda, Association Congolaise pour le Bien Etre Familial; God Abel Dzola, Association Congolaise pour le Bien Etre Familial.

62. The Rough Death Trends of South African Elders: 2006-2016Lutendo Malisha, Statistics South Africa.

63. Mobilité professionnelle et spatiale : l’exemple des « moto-taximen » au Cameroun.*Abêt Mongbet, Bureau Central des Recensements et des Etudes de Populations (BUCREP).

64. Croît démographique et ses implications socio-environnementales dans le département du Couffo au Bénin (Afrique de l’Ouest)*Séraphin Mouzoun, Université d'Abomey-Calavi; Olou Toussaint Lougbegnon, Université Nationale d'Agriculture.

65. Les Paysans Camerounais Doivent Avoir Achevé Au Moins Le Niveau Secondaire Pour Sortir De La Pauvreté.*Victor Stéphane Mvodo, Ministère de l'Economie, de la Planification et de l'Aménagement du Territoire (MINEPAT).

66. The Determinants of Migrants’ Access to Piped Water in South Africa: The Case of Metropolitan and Non-Metropolitan.Philomene Nsengiyumva, University of the Western Cape; Vuyolethu Duba, University of the Western Cape, South Africa.

67. Rural-Urban Differentials in Sex Preference as a Predictor of Marital Dissolution in NigeriaClifford O. Odimegwu, University of the Witwatersrand; Chukwuedozie K. Ajaero, University of Nigeria, Nsukka.

68. Compliance to Malaria Prevention Recommendations among Pregnant Women: Implication for Population Growth and Development in NigeriaOpeyemi Olodude, Obafemi Awolowo University.

69. Use of Evidence in Planning for the Transformation of the Ugandan PopulationVincent Operemo, Makerere University.

70. Impact of Birth Interval and Wealth Index on Infant Mortality in NigeriaDr. Jang Bahadur Prasad, Assistant Professor; Arvind Kumar, Ph.D. Scholar.

71. Major Milestones in Operationalizing Demographic Dividend: A Case Study of KenyaJane Wanjaria, Demographer.

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