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Session 21:
Sexual and reproductive health and family planning

Tuesday, July 19
1:30 PM - 3:00 PM
Auditorium François 1er
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Chair: Steven Sinding, International Planned Parenthood Federation
Discussant: Sara Seims, The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

  1. How far have we come toward ICPD goals?Nada Chaya, Population Action International; Jennifer Dusenberry, Population Action International

  2. The Cairo approach: making RH and FP programmes more acceptable or embracing too much?Jean-Pierre F. Guengant, Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD); Hantamalala Rafalimanana, United Nations

  3. Family planning needs in the context of the HIV/AIDS epidemic: findings from a three-country assessment covering Kenya, South Africa and ZimbabwePierre Ngom, Family Health International; Rose Wilcher, Family Health International; Maureen Kuyoh, Family Health International; Hazel M. Dube, Zimbabwe National Family Planning Council; Sonja Martin; Joshua Kimani, Family Health International; Tara Nutley, Family Health International; Ndugga Maggwa, Family Health International

  4. From population control to reproductive health: learning from policy change in India and PakistanJill Keesbury, Population Council, Nairobi

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