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Friday, November 22 / 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM


Poster Session 4

1. Mutations économiques et évolution des rapports de genre en milieu rural Fang du Sud-Cameroun*Julien Abossolo Ndongo, Ministère de l'Economie, de la Planification et de l'Aménagement du Territoire (MINEPAT).

2. Let the Men Do It: Taking Advantage of Gender Inequalities in Water Resources Governance in the Bosomtwi District of GhanaYvonne Adjakloe, University of Cape Coast; Lailah Alidu, University of Warwick.

3. Autonomisation de la femme et diversité alimentaire en milieu rural nigérien : preuve d’une approche intégrée au niveau communautaire*AMANI Hachimou, Initiative OASIS; Amadou Garba Souleymane, Initiative OASIS; Ibrahim Agali Balki, Initiative OASIS.

4. Young People’s Perceptions about Abortion in South West Nigeria: Findings from Formative Audience ResearchOlujide Arije, Obafemi Awolowo Univeristy, Ile-Ife; Temitope Ojo, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife; Adedeji Onayade, Obafemi Awolowo University; Abiodun Adegbenro, Population Media Centre; Fatou Jah, Population Media Center; Scott Connolly, Population Media Center.

5. Trends and Determinants of Neonatal Mortality in Uganda: Analysis of the Uganda Demographic and Health SurveysJohn Bosco Asiimwe, Makerere University; Wilson Nyegenye, Uganda Bureau of Statistics; Edmond Muyingo, Ministry of Health.

6. Santé maternelle et infantile dans les pays arabes ;CIPD 25 ans et au delà*Assia Cherif, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Statistique et d'Economie Appliquée (ENSEA); Saliha Ouadah Rebrab, ENSSEA; Fatma Zohra Sitayeb, université Alger 2; Samia Moussaoui, Université Ali Lounici Blida 2.

7. Household Environment and Respiratory Infections among Children in Three Low Income Urban Communities of India.Kailash C. Das, International Institute for Population Sciences; Kumudini Das, Pillai's College of Arts, Commerce and Science, Navi Mumbai.

8. La fécondité au Burkina Faso : Niveaux et déterminants de 1960 à 2010.*Belemwidougou Eliane Marie Ester, Institut Supérieur des Sciences de la Population (ISSP).

9. Grand défis et obstacles du dividende démographique au Burkina Faso: Cas des maladies chroniques et des personnes âgées*Ibrahim Lougue, Université NAZI BONI; Siaka Lougue, University of the Western Cape, South Africa.

10. Population Dynamics in Africa: Setting Priorities for Demographic and Health PoliciesManzoor Malik.

11. Entourage, Contexte Social Et Co-Infection VIH Et Hépatite B Au CamerounRoland Marc Moodjom, CARE-IFA/IFORD; Anaclet Dzossa, Institut National de la Statistique du Cameroun.

12. Effects of Rural Urban Migration on Families Left in Rural Areas: A Case of Ncambedlana at King Sabatha Dalidyebo Local Municipality, Eastern Cape Province.Pakamile Mpunga, student; Maxhakana Inathi, student.

13. Food-Basket Intervention to Reduce Micronutrient Deficiencies among Maasai-Pregnant Women in Tanzania: A Quasi-Experimental StudyNaelijwa Mshanga, The Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology; Haikael Martin, The Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology.; Pammla Petrucka, University of Sasktchewan.

14. Under 10 Mortality Estimate and Causes in Uganda: An Analysis of 2005-2015 Iganga-Mayuge Health Demographics and Surveillance DataKananura Muhumuza, London School of Economics and Political Science; Tiziana Leone, London School of Economics; Dan Kajungu, INESS; Tryphena Nareeba, Iganga-Mayuge Health Demographic Surveillance Site; Arjan Gjonca, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).

15. Déterminants de la survie des enfants âgés de 6 mois à 15 ans infectés par le VIH et suivis dans la ville d’Ebolowa*Valery Gustave Mvé Mvé, Faculté de Médecine et des Sciences Biomédicales; Julien Abossolo Ndongo, Ministère de l'Economie, de la Planification et de l'Aménagement du Territoire (MINEPAT).

16. Health Facility Reachability Index: Geospatial Analysis of Demographic Health Vulnerability and MarginalizationSamuel Mwangi, Tübingen University; Carol Ndiritu, University of Nairobi; Joseph Gitahi, University of Applied Sciences Stuttgart.

17. A Comparative Analysis to Understand Equity in Family Planning Access between Private and Public Facilities across Client Demographic CharacteristicRosette Nakaweesa, PSIU; Baker Lukwago, PSI; Peter Buyungo, Population Services International, Uganda.

18. Factors Associated with Intimate Partner Emotional Violence among Married Women in UgandaResty Nakitto, Makerere university; Stephen Ojiambo Wandera, Makerere University; Abel Nzabona, Makerere university.

19. Migrations et transformations d’un espace rural sahélien : cas de Sapouy, Centre-Ouest du Burkina Faso*Patiende Pascal Nana, Institut Superieur des Sciences de la Population (ISSP).

20. Éducation de la femme et demande des soins de santé maternelle au Cameroun*Judith Ndada Mangoua, Université de Maroua - Cameroun.

21. Factors associated with induced abortion among patients admitted in post-abortion care services in the tertiary level health facilities of N’Djamena-CHAD: cross sectional study.*Gebbe Ndari, Université Panafricaine d'Ibadan.

22. Les déterminants de l’anémie chez les enfants de moins de cinq ans au Sénégal.*Papa Ibrahima Ndour, Direction de la Planification, de la Recherche et des Statistiques du Ministère de la Santé et de l'Action sociale; El Hadji Yaya Ly, Agence Nationale de la Statistique et de la Démographie (ANSD); Mansor Diaw, Direction du Développement du Capital Humain; Dr. Abdoulaye Diallo, Direction de la Planification, de la Recherche et des Statistiques du Ministère de la Santé et de l'Action sociale.

23. What Have Parents in Uganda Done or Not Done to Protect Teenagers from Pregnancy and Early Marriages? An Ethnographic StudyStella Neema, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Makerere University; Christine Muhumuza, Makerere University, school of Public Health; Florence Mpabulungi Tagoola, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).

24. Comparative Analysis of Determinants of Use of Health Facility for Childbirth in Selected Southern African CountriesEnock Ngome, University of Botswana; Moses Festo Towongo, University of Botswana.

25. Facteurs explicatifs de la malnutrition chez les enfants de moins de 5 ans au Cameroun*Chimène Nguemo Dongmo, Ministére des Marchés Publics du Cameroun.

26. Déterminants individuels et contextuels de la malnutrition chez les enfants de moins de cinq ans en République Démocratique du Congo*Kebmaki Vincent Nguezoumka, Cellule d’Appui à la Recherche et à l’Enseignement des Institutions Francophones d’Afrique (CARE-IFA)/IFORD; Ngianga-Bakwin Kandala, Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne; Jean Rodolphe Nguema, Direction Générale de la Statistique; Mondo Mapasi, Université de Kinshasa; Serge Nkusu, Université de Kinshasa; Jean Pierre Kalala, Consultant indépendant; Octave Lufuankenda, Université de Kinshasa; José Kandala, Consultant indépendant.

27. Single Motherhood and Poverty Level in KenyaNdirangu Ngunjiri, Research.

28. Impact des projets de développement locaux sur le secteur informel au Cameroun*Yvan Njike, Université de yaoundé2; Boris Djamen, Université de Douala.

29. Trends in Child Mortality from 1993 to 2016, Using Longitudinal Data from the South African Population Research Infrastructure Network (SAPRIN).Itani I. Ntsieni, Statistics South Africa.

30. Absent Fathers, Absent Husbands and the Plight of Families Left behindChamunogwa Nyoni, Bindura University of Science Education; Francis Jaji, Bindura University of Science Education; Dagobert Mureriwa, Bindura University of Science Education; Dorcas Zuvalinyenga, Bindura University of Science Education.

31. Les déterminants de la mortalité infanto-juvénile au Congo*Stone Chancel Nzaou, Institut National de la Statistique(INS).

32. Analysis of Gender Relation, Contraceptive Use and High-Risk Births in NigeriaAdesoji Ogunsakin, federal university, oye ekiti.

33. Transitioning Maternal Household Position and under-Five Mortality in Nigeria: A Cohort AnalysisHassan Ogunwemimo, Obafemi Awolowo University.

34. Modern Contraception among Sexually Active Unmarried Adolescents Aged 15-19 Years in Nigeria.Olaide Ojoniyi, University of the Witwatersrand.

35. Effect of Migration to Cotonou on Interpregnancy Transition Rate: Application of Episode Splitting MethodAbibatou Agbéké Olakunle, Nazan Consulting.

36. “Sex Is Meant for Adults”: the Impact of Community Perception towards Female Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health (Asrh) in South-Western Nigeria.Ayomide Oluseye, The Open University.

37. Access to Primary Healthcare Services and Associated Factors in Urban Slums in Nairobi-Kenya.Peter Otieno, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Shukri Mohamed, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Martin K. Mutua, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Elvis Omondi Achach Wambiya, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Hermann Donfouet, Université de Rennes I; Peter Kibe , African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC).

38. Fréquences d’accouchements gémellaires dans les observatoires de population du réseau INDEPTH d’Afrique Subsaharienne : analyses descriptives comparatives*Adama Ouedraogo, Institut national d'études démographiques et Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne.

39. Facteurs prédictifs de l’interruption de méthodes contraceptives chez les jeunes filles au Burkina Faso, Mali et Niger*Adja Mariam Ouedraogo, Institut de Recherche en Sciences de la Santé; Halima Tougri, Institut de Recherche en Sciences de la Santé; Kadari Cisse, Institut de Recherche en Sciences de la Santé; Rachidatou Compaore, Institut de Recherche en Sciences de la Santé; Adama Baguiya, Institut de Recherche en Sciences de la Santé; Anthony Some, Institut de Recherche en Sciences de la Santé; Seni Kouanda, Institut de Recherche en Sciences de la Santé (IRSS).

40. Climate Change-Induced Migration and Its Implication for Sustainable Development: Case of Lake Chad and Lagos Megacity Sub-Regions, Nigeria’’Tai K. Oyekan, UNICAF UNIVERSITY, ZAMBIA.

41. Levels and Determinants of Fertility in LiberiaMartin Palamuleni, North West University.

42. Factors, Context and Correlates of First Heterosexual Sex, Sexual Coercion and Sexual Risk Behaviours among Adolescents in BotswanaSerai Daniel Rakgoasi, University of Botswana; Mpho Keetile, University of Botswana.

43. The Role of Family Planning in Promoting Sustainable Development in Uganda- a Case Study of the Bududa District, Eastern Uganda”Raymond Ruyoka, Reproductive Health Uganda; Jackson Chekweko, Reproductive Health Uganda; Dr Peter Ibembe, Uganda.

44. Effects of a Mass Media Radio Serial Drama on Family Planning Demand Generation and Determinants of Family Planning Use in BurundiWilliam Ryerson, Population Media Center; Fatou Jah, Population Media Center; Scott Connolly, Population Media Center; Kriss Barker, Population Media Center; Jean Bosco Ndayishimiye, Population Media - Burundi.

45. Disparités socio-économiques et tendances de la malnutrition chronique au Burkina Faso*Pengdewendé Maurice Sawadogo, Institut Supérieur des Sciences de la Population; Jean-François Kobiane, ISSP; Eric Tchouaket, Université de Québec en Outaouais.

46. Facteurs associés au développement cognitif des enfants malnutris âgés de 36-59 mois au Cameroun*Stéphane Brice Seukam Kouenkap, Ministère de l'Economie, de la Planification et de l'Aménagement du Territoire.

47. Determinants of Modern Contraceptive Use among Women of Reproductive Ages in the Rural Awi Zone, EthiopiaAmare Sewnet Minale, Bahir Dar University.

48. Demographic Transition in Ethiopia: Evidences from 1990 to 2016 AchievementsAmare Sewnet Minale, Bahir Dar University.

49. Les déterminants de la discontinuité des soins obstétricaux entre la phase prénatale et l’accouchement en Guinée*Lamine Sidibe, Institut National de la Statistique.

50. Access Barriers and Facility Delivery Inequalities in Zambia: A Multilevel Analysis of Individual Heterogeneity and Discriminatory Accuracy.Laura Sochas, London School of Economics.

51. Determinants of Unmet Need for Contraception among Sexually Active Never-Married Women in UgandaJoseph Ssonko, Makerere university Kampala; Allen Kabagenyi, Makerere University.

52. Pauvreté et santé nutritionnelle de l’enfant au Burkina Faso selon une approche économétrique.*Emmanuel Tago, Instititut Supérieur des Sciences de la Population; Hamidou Koara, Institut Supérieur des Sciences de la Population.

53. Variations in Rainfall and Food Insecurity in the Sahel Region: The Case of the Far North Region of CameroonTeke Takwa.

54. Facteurs explicatifs de la non implication des hommes dans la promotion de la planification familiale au Tchad.*Habib Tchoubou Foba, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Démographiques (Étudiant en Master 2).

55. Why Marrying a Married-Man? Qualitative Exploration of Plural Marriage SystemAyotunde Titilayo, Obafemi Awolowo University; Oladele Madamilola, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

56. Evolution des influences contextuelles de l'utilisation de la contraception moderne chez les adolescentes des milieux ruraux au Bénin*Achille Tokin, Université de Parakou; Mouftaou Amadou Sanni, Ecole Nationale de la Statistique, de la Planification et de la Démographie de l'Université de Parakou (ENSPD/UP).

57. Knowledge and Attitude towards Female Genital Mutilation and Its Health Implications among Women in a Community in Osun StateOladimeji Tolulope, University College Hospital, Oyo State,Nigeria..

58. Analyse du comportement des femmes assurées ou non lors des consultations prénatales au Togo*Yaovi Tossou, FASEG (Université de Lomé).

59. Orphanhood among Children under Age 18 in Democratic Republic of the Congo: A Regional PerspectiveZacharie Tsala Dimbuene, Université de Kinshasa and Statistics Canada; Raphael Muanza Nzuzi, University of Kinshasa; Hardie Banza Ngoie, University of Kinshasa; Ornan Ipashi Ipashi, University of Kinshasa; Patrick Ntwali Matabaro, University of Kinshasa.

60. Increased Contraceptive Prevalence or Population Growth? Decomposing the Gains in the Number of Women Using Modern Contraceptive Methods between 2000 and 2030Philipp Ueffing, United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Population Division; Vladimira Kantorova, United Nations Population Division; Aisha Dasgupta, United Nations Population Division; Mark Wheldon, United Nations, Department of Economic and Social Affairs.

61. L'emploi des Femmes à travers les Générations "Socialisation Actuelle et Emploi de demain: la construction sociale de la division sexuée du travail"*Khoudia Wade, Agence Nationale de la Statistique et de la Démographie (ANSD).

62. Population Aging in Nigeria: Themes and PerspectivesElias O. Wahab, Lagos State University.

63. Fundamental Shift from Early Exit to Active Aging among University Academia: Implications for Future AcademiaElias O. Wahab, Lagos State University.

64. Population and Disability: A Triangulatory PerspectiveElias O. Wahab, Lagos State University.

65. STIs and Sexual Behavior among the Older Persons in NigeriaElias O. Wahab, Lagos State University.

66. Patterns and Predictors of Private and Public Health Care Utilization in an Informal Settlement in Nairobi, KenyaElvis Omondi Achach Wambiya, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Peter Otieno, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Martin K. Mutua, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Shukri Mohamed, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Hermann Donfuet, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC).

67. Integrating Population Health and Environment in Kenya for Sustainable DevelopmentJane Wanjaria, Demographer; Irene Muhunzu, Natioanl Council for Population and Development.

68. The Effect of Antimalarial Campaigns on Child Mortality and Fertility in Sub-Saharan AfricaJoshua Wilde, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research; Benedicte Apouey, University of South Florida; Gabriel Picone, University of South Florida; Joseph Coleman, University of South Florida.

69. Evolution et Analyse des déterminants sociologiques de la privation nutritionnelle chez les enfants de moins de 5 ans en Côte d’Ivoire.*Sasso Sidonie Calice Yapi, Université Virtuelle de Côte d'Ivoire; Elise Kacou, IDUP et Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Statistique et d'Economie Appliquée (ENSEA); Lazare Sika, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Statistique et d'Economie Appliquée (ENSEA).

70. Evolution des inégalités sociodémographiques dans l’utilisation des méthodes contraceptives réversibles de longue durée au Burkina Faso entre 2010-2015*Lonkila Moussa Zan, IDESO/Université de Genève.

71. Peri-Urban Populations’ Dynamics and Territorialisation of Responsive Actions against Food Insecurity in CameroonMiléva Duchel Zapfack Dongmo, PAN AFRICAN UNIVERSITY, Institute of Governance, Human and Social Sciences - YAOUNDE, CAMEROON.

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