1. Fertility Transitions

11. Fertility Patterns That Deviate from Conventional Theories Mon 4:00
50. Gender Theories of Fertility Tue 4:00
59. Fertility Patterns That Deviate from Conventional Theories II Tue 6:00
75. Couples’ Reproductive Health and Fertility Wed 2:00
82. The Demand for Children in Sub-Saharan African Societies Wed 4:00
91. Economic Theories of Fertility at a Micro-Level, for Example Marginal Utility of Children Thu 9:00
141. Sexually Transmitted Infections, HIV, Reproductive Health and Fertility Fri 11:00

2. Sexual and Reproductive Health and Reproductive Rights

6. Emerging Patterns of Sexual Networking in the Era of HIV/AIDS Mon 2:00
20. Adolescent Reproductive Health and Rights Mon 6:00
21. Post-Abortion Care in Sub-Saharan Africa since the ICPD Mon 6:00
28. Reproductive Morbidity Tue 9:00
51. Indirect Estimation of the Incidence of Abortion- Methodological Advances, Challenges and Advantages Tue 4:00
84. An Assessment of Youth Friendly Health Services among Adolescent Girls and Young Women Wed 4:00
99. An Assessment of The Impact of Lack Of Quality Youth Friendly Health Services Thu 11:00
109. Sexual and Reproductive Health and Reproductive and Rights: Success Factors and Barriers Thu 2:00
119. Trends, Determinants and Consequences of Induced Abortion Thu 4:00
122. Women’s Economic Empowerment and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Africa: exploring Intersections and Interlinkages Thu 4:00
129. Enhancing Comprehensive Sexuality Education in Restrictive Policy And Socio-Cultural Contexts Thu 6:00
137. Men’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Fri 9:00
145. Disabled People with Regard to HIV / AIDS and Other Risks in Sexual and Reproductive Health in Africa Fri 11:00

3. Family Planning: The Last Mile

13. Rights-Based Family Planning II Mon 4:00
22. Interventions and Programs to Improve Family Planning Access among the Underserved, Internally Displaced and the Most at-Risk Populations (MARPs) Mon 6:00
27. Family Planning: Policy and Practice Tue 9:00
29. SRH and Family Planning Tue 9:00
60. Unmet Need and Demand for Family Planning- Measurement and Conceptual Issues Tue 6:00
72. Expanding access to integrated RMNCH services through digitally-empowered Community Health Workers. Wed 2:00
76. Rights-Based Family Planning in Resource-Poor Settings Wed 2:00
87. Family Planning in Africa: Who, and Where Are the under-Served? Wed 4:00
120. Barriers to Contraceptive Use Thu 4:00
130. Men’s Role in Family Planning/ Reproductive Health Thu 6:00
138. Family Planning in Africa: How to Better Serve Specific under-Served Population Groups? Fri 9:00
146. Emerging Evidence for Improved Family Planning Outcomes Fri 11:00

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

7. Geographical Patterns of Major Health Challenges (HIV/AIDS, Malaria, NCDs, Etc.) In Africa Mon 2:00
38. Substance Use Behaviors Among Youth In Sub-Saharan Africa Tue 11:00
45. Epidemiology and Demography of HIV/AIDS Tue 2:00
52. Innovative Public Health Policies and Health Systems Tue 4:00
83. Disability in Africa: Overview and Keys to Understanding Wed 4:00
93. Health Insurance and Access to Basic Health Care Thu 9:00
100. Demography of Mental Health in Africa Thu 11:00
101. Behavioural Responses to HIV/AIDS and STIs I Thu 11:00
110. Migration and Health Thu 2:00
111. Geographical Patterns of Major Health Challenges II Thu 2:00
116. Behavioural Responses to HIV/AIDS and STIs II Thu 4:00
121. General Health and Utilization of Health Services Thu 4:00

5. Maternal, New born and Child Health

14. Key Risk Factors of under-Five Mortality in Sub-Saharan Africa Mon 4:00
30. Innovations in Health Systems and Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Tue 9:00
39. Health Burden Tue 11:00
40. Antenatal Care Tue 11:00
71. Perinatal And Under-Five Mortality Estimates For sub-Saharan Africa: Data, Methods And Patterns Wed 2:00
86. Postnatal Care Wed 4:00
125. Maternal Newborn and Child Health Thu 6:00
131. Innovative Community Interventions for Improving Maternal, Newborn, Neonatal, and Child Survival. Thu 6:00
139. Under-Five Nutrition in Africa: Dual Burden of under and Overnutrition Fri 9:00
147. Health Systems and Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Fri 11:00

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

53. Demography of Human Capital Formation Tue 4:00
63. Children’s and Adolescents’ Welfare including School Health Programs Tue 6:00
88. Smart' and Scalable Interventions for Improving Education Outcomes for Girls and Boys in an Era of Rapidly Changing Technology Wed 4:00
105. Investments in Early Childhood Development to Reap the Demographic Dividend Thu 2:00
128. Early Child Development: Micro and Macro Perspectives Thu 6:00

7. Mobility of Africans

24. Internal Migration, Poverty and Inequality Mon 6:00
77. Migration, Remittances and Development in Origin countries Wed 2:00
79. Return Migrations and Return Intentions Wed 2:00
103. Migration Flows: New Origins, New Destinations, Consequences Thu 11:00
148. Documented and Undocumented Labour Migration Fri 11:00

8. Maximizing Benefits of Urbanization

54. Linkages between Urban, Peri-Urban and Rural Areas Tue 4:00
80. Urban Health/Wellbeing Wed 4:00
94. Urban Health and Wellbeing II Thu 9:00
102. Migration and Urbanization Dynamics in Africa: Patterns, Trends and Prospects Thu 11:00

9. Unions, Family, and Households

15. "Diverging Destinies" In sub-Saharan Africa Mon 4:00
55. Family and Marriage in Sub-Saharan Africa: Transformation And Consequences Tue 4:00
113. Education, Employment and Transformation of Gender Relations Thu 2:00
114. Masculinities in Africa: Discourses Regarding Men Sexualities, Health and wellbeing In A Male-Controlled Society Thu 2:00
123. Family and Marriage in Sub-Saharan Africa: Transformation And Consequences II Thu 4:00
132. Revisit the Definitions of ‘Family’, ‘Union’, and ‘Household’ in the Context of Changing Social Norms, Connectedness, Globalization and Mobility Thu 6:00
140. Understand Changing Patterns of Unions, Families, Households: Factors and Consequences on Child and Elders Fri 9:00
149. Household Resources- Generation, Intra-Household Resource Allocation and Flow Patterns Fri 11:00

10. The African Demographic Dividend or Doom?

41. African Models for The Demographic Dividend – Practical Interventions, Lessons and Policy Options Tue 11:00
78. Gender Dividend Wed 2:00

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

16. Harnessing the African Union’s Demographic Dividend Paradigm at Country Level: The Issue of Policy Prioritization and Agenda Operationalization Mon 4:00
25. Conditions Necessary for African Countries to Harness the Dividend and Costs of Inaction Mon 6:00
31. Role of Gender in Accelerating the Demographic Dividend Tue 9:00
85. Barriers to the Prioritisation of Demographic Dividend Policies: What Are Challenges to the Implementation of Policy Frameworks to Realise the Demographic Dividend and What Role Can Multilateral Institutions and International Donors Play in Support? Wed 4:00
89. Case Studies on Operationalizing the DD within the Context of Agenda 2063 and 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Wed 4:00
98. Critical issues to be addressed for the realization of a demographic dividend in Africa Thu 11:00

12. Stewardship of Africa’s natural resources

46. Climate Change, Environment and Population Health Tue 2:00
104. The Collision of Population Growth and Climate Change in the Sahel: Implications for Food Security and Development Thu 11:00
106. Population Dynamics, Environmental Change and Food Security in Africa Thu 2:00
124. Gender Dimensions of Vulnerability to Climate Change as Well as Gender Dimension of Natural Resources Thu 4:00

13. What has 'Evidence Informed Decision-making (EIDM)' to offer African Population Scientists and the Policymaker

8. Negotiating Evidence-Informed Decision Making Mon 2:00
64. Use of Data for Policies and Programming: Capitalization of Survey and Census Data for More Effective Policies Tue 6:00
95. Demography, Democracy and Sustainable Development in Africa: Which Interrelations? Thu 11:00
133. Effective EIDM Interventions in the Population Field: Evaluation and Documentation of Best Practices Thu 6:00
150. Delving into the Education Dividend: Evidence-Informed Policy Making for Human Capital Development In Africa Fri 11:00

14. New Methods of Analysis and New Forms of Data

37. Initiatives Promoting the use of Census Data in Africa Tue 11:00
43. The 2020 Census Round - Opportunities Of Georeferenced Census Data Tue 2:00
44. Evaluation/Transformation of the Civil Registration System for Access to More Timely and Reliable Vital Data in Africa Tue 2:00
48. Integrating Traditional and New Forms of Data Source including Accessibility of New and Innovative Data Tue 4:00
56. Innovative Applications of Qualitative Methods in Population Research Tue 6:00
57. New Forms of Data and How They Can Address Challenges of Traditional Data Sources, including Health and Demographic Surveillance Systems Tue 6:00
97. Analyses of Vital Statistics and Administrative Data Thu 11:00
107. Initiatives to Promote the Use of Census Data in Africa and Health Issues Thu 2:00
115. Applications of Spatial Analysis in Demography Thu 4:00
117. Methodological Issues in Population Studies Thu 4:00
143. Computational Approach (Social Media, Big Data…) To Population Studies In sub - Saharan Africa Fri 11:00

15. Ageing in Africa

9. First DD and Prospects for the Second DD in Africa Mon 4:00
33. Ageing and Care in Africa: Policies, Intentions and Realities Tue 11:00
112. National Policies, Intergenerational Transfers and the Well-Being of Older People Thu 2:00
126. Trends and Health and Socio-economic Implications of Ageing in Africa Thu 6:00
142. Long-Term Care and Wellbeing in Later Life: The Role of Self Agency, and Formal and Informal Systems Fri 11:00

16. Evaluation of Programs and Policies

36. Evaluation of Population, Reproductive Health and HIV policies and programs Tue 11:00
47. Evaluation of Youth Interventions Tue 4:00
96. Evaluation of Cash Transfers Interventions Thu 11:00

17. Plenary and Research Leader Sessions

4. Plenary Session: Population and Development in Africa: 25 years after Cairo… what next? Mon 2:00
5. Emerging Issues in CRVS and ID Mon 2:00
10. Experiences with the Right to Food and Drivers of Food Choices in low income settings in sub-Saharan Africa Mon 4:00
12. Leaving No Woman, No Child Behind: What Evidence On Inequalities For RMNCH Is Needed To Advocate And Act? Mon 4:00
26. Plenary Session: No Urban Legend: Taking the Long-Term View on the Realities of Urbanization in Africa Tue 9:00
32. Regional Discussion on Population and Development 25 Years after Cairo Tue 11:00
34. Urban Family Planning Tue 11:00
42. Plenary Session: Innovation & Technology for Sustainable Development in Africa: Valorizing Youth and the Private Sector Tue 2:00
49. Perspectives and Prospects for a Global Migration Survey Tue 4:00
58. Vulnerable Youth and SRHR Tue 6:00
61. Intimate Partners or Community Leaders: Which Men Matter Most for Access to Contraception? Tue 6:00
90. Plenary Session: Evidence-Informed Population Policy Making and Implementation in Africa: Dialogue between Researchers and Policy Makers Thu 9:00
92. Strengthening Institutional Research Capacity in Africa: What should the priorities be? Thu 9:00
108. Applying the Capability Approach in Population Studies Thu 2:00
118. DEMOSTAFF Project Thu 4:00
127. The Role of Behavioral Nudges and Incentives in Achieving Demographic Transition in Africa Thu 6:00
134. Living No One behind: Civil Registration Completeness and Quality Assessment across the Life-Course Thu 6:00
135. Plenary Session: Data for Development: Quality as a Benchmark to Achieving Global Goals in Africa Fri 9:00
144. The Use of Demographic Intelligence to Influence Development Policies Fri 11:00

18. Side Meetings and Workshops

1. Side Meeting: Youth-led Research in Africa Sun 8:00
2. Free Census and Survey Microdata Workshop Sun 2:00
17. Training Workshop: Estimating Fertility, Mortality, and Population: Methods Used in the Global Burden of Disease Study Mon 4:00
18. Workshop: Proven EIDM Capacity Development Programmes Offer Opportunity For Sustainable EIDM Capacity Development For Population Scientists In Africa Mon 4:00
19. Population Projections: Methods, Assumptions and Implications Mon 6:00
23. Reference Centers in Census with Electronic Data Collection in Africa Mon 6:00
35. Side Meeting: Family and Unions in SSA: Homage to Veronique Hertrich Tue 11:00
65. Labor Productivity and Fertility – Using the Canning-Karra-Wilde Model Tue 4:00
73. Side Meeting: Networking and Collaboration among Population Studies Institutes/Departments in Africa for Enhancing Capacities in the Continent Wed 2:00
74. Training Workshop on Longitudinal Data Analysis Using Stata Wed 2:00
81. Capacity Building for Young Researchers on Policy Communications Wed 4:00
136. Side Meeting: Youth and Sexual and Reproductive Health Interventions Fri 9:00
151. Workshop on Manuscript Development Day 1 Sat 9:00
152. Workshop on Manuscript Development Day 2 Sun 9:00

19. Uganda Day and UAPS Special Sessions

3. Opening Ceremony Mon 10:00
62. UAPS General Assembly Meeting Tue 6:00
66. Uganda Day Opening Ceremony Wed 9:00
67. Uganda Day Session 1: Population & Development Wed 11:00
68. Uganda Day Session 2: Young People Wed 11:00
69. Uganda Day Session 3: Statistics Wed 11:00
70. Uganda Day Debate Panel: Harnessing Youth Development Potential in Africa: Have We Failed? Wed 2:00

21. Poster Sessions

P1. Poster Session 1 Mon 4:00
P2. Poster Session 2 Tue 2:00
P3. Poster Session 3 Thu 11:00
P4. Poster Session 4 Fri 9:00