1. Fertility Transitions

101. Couples’ Reproductive Health and Fertility Adjiwanou/Akinlo
102. The demand for children in sub-Saharan African societies Agyei-Mensah/Casterline
103. The influence of government policies on the fertility transition Mturi
104. Fertility patterns that deviate from conventional theories TBA
105. Gender theories of fertility Wayack Pambè/Faye/Moguérou
106. Economic theories of fertility at a micro-level, for example marginal utility of children Srodah Owoo
107. Infertility and Subfertility in Africa Ntoimo/Anson
108. Sexually Transmitted Infections, HIV, Reproductive Health and Fertility Ibisomi

2. Sexual and Reproductive Health and Reproductive Rights

201. Sexual and Reproductive health and reproductive and rights: success factors and barriers Khasakhala
202. An Assessment of The Impact of Lack Of Quality Youth Friendly Health Services Mwendo/Phiri
203. Trends, Determinants and Consequences of Induced Abortion Owolabi
204. Post-abortion care in sub-Saharan Africa since the ICPD Izugbara/Hinson
205. Enhancing Comprehensive Sexuality Education in Restrictive Policy And Socio-Cultural Contexts de Haas/Kemigisha
206. Women’s Economic Empowerment and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Africa: exploring Intersections and Interlinkages Izugbara/Mugyenyi
207. Men’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Omotosho/Omotoso
208. Disabled people with regard to HIV / AIDS and other risks in sexual and reproductive health in Africa de Beaudrap/Beninguisse
209. Emerging Patterns of Sexual Networking in the Era of HIV/AIDS Pongou
210. Epidemiology of reproductive cancer in Africa Ziraba

3. Family Planning: the last mile

301. Family Planning in Africa: Who, and where are the under-served? Georges
302. Interventions and Programs to improve Family Planning access among the underserved, internally displaced and the most at-risk populations (MARPs) Fotso
303. Rights-Based Family Planning in Resource-Poor Settings Obare/Odwe
304. Innovative financing of family planning programs. Adetunji
305. Unmet Need and demand for Family Planning- Measurement and Conceptual Issues TBA
306. Barriers to Contraceptive Use and Enhancing Commodity Security Gage
307. Men’s Role in Family Planning/ Reproductive Health TBA
308. The role of Entertainment Education in generating demand for health and social services Barker/Ryerson

4. The Health of Africans: Broader Determinants of Diseases and Synergies

401. Geographical patterns of major health challenges (HIV/AIDS, malaria, NCDs, etc.) in Africa Manda
402. Disability in Africa: overview and keys to understanding Wafula/Simo Fotso/Olenja
403. Demography of Mental Health in Africa TBA
404. Migration and Health Ginsburg/Bocquier
405. How do different socio-demographic conditions affect infection transmission? New insights from data collection and computational models Poletti/Del Fava
406. Substance Use Behaviors Among Youth In Sub-Saharan Africa Mutumba/Stephenson
407. Synergistic approaches to tackling diseases: challenges and gains TBA
408. Innovative public health policies and health systems Ye
409. Epidemiology and Demography of HIV/AIDS Beguy/Emina
410. Behavioural Responses to HIV/AIDS and STIs Beguy/Emina
411. Health insurance and access to basic health care TBA

5. Maternal, New born and Child Health

501. Innovative community interventions for improving maternal, newborn, neonatal, and child survival. TBA
502. Under-five nutrition in Africa: dual burden of under and overnutrition TBA
503. Health Systems and Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Bawah/Awoonor-Williams
504. Perinatal And Under-Five Mortality Estimates For sub-Saharan Africa: Data, Methods And Patterns Reniers/Jasseh

6. Prospects for the Current and Next Generation of African’s Children and Youth

601. Demography of Human Capital Formation Goujon/K.C.
602. Population dynamics and income inequality dynamics Tenikue/Eloundou-Enyegue
603. Training programs, academic trajectories, and access to employment of graduates of higher education Kobiané/Pilon
604. Investments in early childhood development to reap the demographic dividend Kobiané/Eloundou-Enyegue/Beninguisse
605. Smart' and scalable interventions for improving education outcomes for girls and boys in an era of rapidly changing technology TBA
606. Children’s and adolescents’ welfare including school health programs TBA
607. Interventions for youth economic empowerment including innovation incubators TBA

7. Mobility of Africans

701. Migration Flows: New Origins, New Destinations, Consequences TBA
702. Return migrations and return intentions Tenikue/Mberu
703. Documented and undocumented labour migration TBA
704. Policy responses to internal and international migration TBA
705. Climate change and forced migration TBA
706. Migration, Remittances and Development in Origin countries TBA
707. Internal migration, poverty and inequality Agwanda/Ayemba
708. Migration data—availability and quality; innovative ways of data collection or estimation Bocquier

8. Maximizing Benefits of Urbanization

801. Urbanization dynamics in Africa: patterns, trends and prospects Soura
802. Urban health/wellbeing Mberu
803. Urban planning and policies TBA
804. Linkages between urban, peri-urban and rural areas Agyei-Mensah

9. Unions, family, and households

901. "Diverging Destinies" In sub-Saharan Africa Madhavan
902. Education, Employment And Transformation Of Gender Relations Moguérou/Faye/Wayack Pambè
903. Masculinities in Africa: Discourses Regarding Men Sexualities, Health and wellbeing In A Male-Controlled Society Omotosho/Omotoso
904. Family and Marriage in Sub-Saharan Africa: Transformation And Consequences Adjiwanou/Chae
905. Revisit the definitions of ‘family’, ‘union’, and ‘household’ in the context of changing social norms, connectedness, globalization and mobility TBA
906. Understand changing patterns of unions, families, households: factors and consequences on child and elders Gnoumou
907. Household resources- generation, intra-household resource allocation and flow patterns TBA

10. The African Demographic Dividend or Doom?

1001. Gender Dividend Faye/Wayack Pambè
1002. African Models for The Demographic Dividend – Practical Interventions, Lessons and Policy Options Onyango/Zulu
1003. Prospects for the second demographic dividend: Lessons and Policy Options Eloundou-Enyegue

11. Operationalising the Demographic Dividend: What must governments and other stakeholders do?

1101. Harnessing the African Union’s Demographic Dividend Paradigm at Country Level: The Issue of Policy Prioritization and Agenda Operationalization Alhassan/Mapila
1102. Conditions necessary for African countries to harness the dividend and costs of inaction TBA
1103. Benefiting or not from the demographic transition: Lessons from countries TBA
1104. Role of gender in accelerating the demographic dividend TBA
1105. Case studies on operationalizing the DD within the context of Agenda 2063 and 2030 Agenda for sustainable development Dramani

12. Stewardship of Africa’s natural resources

1201. Population dynamics, environmental change and food security in Africa Atiglo/Codjoe
1202. Gender dimensions of vulnerability to climate change as well as gender dimension of natural resources TBA
1203. Climate change, environment and population health Mutunga
1204. Climate change, natural disasters and spatial distribution of population Antwi-Agyei
1205. The collision of population growth and climate change in the Sahel: implications for food security and development Moumouni/Graves

13. What has 'Evidence informed decision-making (EIDM)' to offer African population scientists and the policymaker

1301. Effective EIDM interventions in the population field: Evaluation and Documentation of best practices TBA
1302. Use of data for policies and programming: Capitalization of Survey and Census Data for More effective Policies Pilon/Wayack Pambè
1303. Demography, democracy and sustainable development in Africa: which interrelations? Lututala/Emina
1304. Delving into the Education Dividend: Evidence-Informed Policy Making for Human Capital Development In Africa Sharra/Onyango
1305. Navigating politics and EIDM Lee

14. New Methods of Analysis and New Forms of Data

1401. Actuarial Demography: Demographic Modelling For Life Insurance & Social Security Flici/Kamega
1402. The 2020 Census Round - Opportunities Of Georeferenced Census Data Juran/Fischer/Kuepie
1403. Computational Approach (Social Media, Big Data…) To Population Studies In sub - Saharan Africa Adjiwanou/Helleringer
1404. Evaluation/Transformation of the civil registration system for access to more timely and reliable vital data in Africa Muhwava/Kuepie/Kelodjoue
1405. Initiatives Promoting the use of Census Data in Africa Marcoux/Kobiané
1406. Integrating traditional and new forms of data source including accessibility of new and innovative data TBA
1407. New forms of data and how they can address challenges of traditional data sources, including Health and Demographic Surveillance Systems Beguy/Emina
1408. Addressing the Data Gaps on Adolescents and Youth Emina/Beguy
1409. Methodological issues in the Measurement of Poverty and Human Welfare TBA
1410. Innovative Applications of Qualitative methods in Population Research Rossier
1411. Applications of Spatial Analysis in Demography Kandala
1412. Event history modelling of the core building blocks of population change—New methods of analysing longitudinal and event history data Banougnin/Olayemi

15. Ageing in Africa

1501. Trends and Health and Socio-economic Implications of Ageing in Africa TBA
1502. Ageing and second demographic dividend Faye
1503. National Policies, Intergenerational Transfers and the Well-Being of Older People Chepngeno-Langat
1504. Ageing and Care in Africa: Policies, intentions and realities TBA

16. Evaluation of Programs and Policies

1601. Evaluation of Youth Interventions TBA
1602. Evaluation of Population, Reproductive Health and HIV policies and programs Prata
1603. Lessons on Integrating Population, Reproductive Health and HIV Programs TBA
1604. Evaluation of cash transfers interventions TBA

20. Organizing Committee and Poster Sessions

2001. Organizing Committee (use only if no regular session is appropriate for your submission) TBA
2002. Poster Sessions (use for submissions to be considered only as poster) TBA