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Poster Session 1:
Poster Session 1

Tuesday, July 19
12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

  1. The prevalence of abortion and its socio-demographic factors: the case of Ardabil District, IranTavakkol Aghayari Hir, University of Tehran

  2. Unmet need for family planning in IranAliyar Ahmadi, University of Tehran

  3. Health-care seeking and utilization by adolescents for reproductive health problems in sub-Saharan AfricaFatima H. Ahmed, The Alan Guttmacher Institute; Alister Munthali, University of Malawi; Christine Ouedraogo, Unité d' Enseignement et de Recherche en Démographie (UERD); Vanessa Woog, The Alan Guttmacher Institute

  4. Perceptions of risk among adolescents in Uganda: are they related to their behaviour?Fatima H. Ahmed, The Alan Guttmacher Institute; Richard Kibombo, Makerere Institute for Social Research; Stella Neema, Makerere Institute of Social Research

  5. Male partners and abortion decision-making in South-western NigeriaAkanni I. Akinyemi, Obafemi Awolowo University; Alfred Adewuyi, Obafemi Awolowo University

  6. Sexual and reproductive health in CubaLuisa Alvarez

  7. Structures of family organisation and urbanisation in Africa: the case of CotonouDenis Amossou-Yeye, Université d’Abomey-Calavi

  8. Adolescent fertility and contraception in India: implications for reproductive healthK. Anilkumar, Tata Institute of Social Sciences

  9. Relationship among contraception, abortion, and fertility: lessons learned from Matlab, BangladeshRadheshyam Bairagi, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research; Unnati Rani Saha, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research

  10. Family planning and abortion: political discussion and parliamentary decisionsMaria I. Baltar da Rocha, Universidade Estadual de Campinas

  11. Female genital mutilation and sexual behaviour of adolescents in Burkina FasoBanza Baya, Université de Ouagadougou; Idrissa Ouili, Unité d' Enseignement et de Recherche en Démographie (UERD)

  12. Evaluating the impact of safe abortion policies and programmes: a conceptual framework and results from recent field studiesJanie Benson, IPAS; Barbara Crane, IPAS

  13. Improvement in the quality of reproductive health care services: analyses of a RCH intervention project in one of the backward states of IndiaPradeep Kumar Bhargava, Population Research Centre, Dharwad, India; Ragni Bhargava, Society on Population Action, Sustainable Development and Educational Research

  14. There’s no place like home: new approaches to understanding the impact of HIV/AIDS epidemic on children’s educationTania Boler, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Ian M. Timaeus, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

  15. Abortion in ThailandNongluk Boonthai, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand; Suwanna Warakamin

  16. Voices of Thai physicians on abortionNongluk Boonthai, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand; Suwanna Warakamin; Viroj Tangcharoensathien, International Health Policy Program; Metee Pongkittilah, Ministry of Public Health, Thailand

  17. Access to maternal health services in rural areas: the case of the Boumerdes wilayaOuzriat Boualem, CENEAP

  18. Mexico’s demographic policy: experience of three generations of womenCarole Brugeilles, Université de Paris X, Nanterre

  19. Economic choices and constraints facing households affected by HIV/AIDS in Western Africa Céline Vandermeersch, UNESCO

  20. Sexual and reproductive health among 15 to 24 women in El Salvador: a challenge for health policiesHellen Larissa Centeno, Independant Consultant

  21. Impact of women's empowerment on contraceptive choices: recent evidence on withdrawal use in contemporary TurkeyDilek Cindoglu, Bilkent University; Ibrahim Sirkeci, European Business School London

  22. High incidence of low birth weight children among adolescent mothers in BrazilHumberto Corrêa, Universidade Estadual de Campinas; Glaucia dos Santos Marcondes, Universidade Estadual de Campinas

  23. Spatial variation of adolescent fertility and their reproductive health problems in IndiaSubhra Datta, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Mohua Guha, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  24. Induced abortion in Sri Lanka: links between the use of traditional contraceptive methods and unwanted pregnancyWeraduwage I. De Silva, University of Colombo

  25. Induced abortionRebeca de Souza e Silva, UNIFESP

  26. Bifurcated fertility in areas with higher HIV prevalence? Evidence from the 2001-2002 DHS of ZambiaLaurie DeRose, University of Maryland

  27. Land tenure and HIV/AIDSMapote Diop

  28. Notification of partners of persons living with HIV: situation in two family planning centres in AbidjanAnne Marie Rachelle Djangone-Mian; Idrissa Kone; Lucien Kouakou

  29. Sexuality, fertility and contraceptive practice among young people in Western AfricaAnne Marie Rachelle Djangone-Mian

  30. Living standards and childhood mortality in the era of HIV/AIDS: MalawiHenry V. Doctor, University of the Western Cape; Tukufu Zuberi, University of Pennsylvania

  31. Has the Navrongo project in Northern Ghana been successful in altering fertility preferences?Henry V. Doctor, University of the Western Cape; Ayaga A. Bawah, Navrongo Health Research Centre

  32. Social networks and their impact on decisions to terminate early pregnancies: evidence from IndiaParamita Dutta, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Subrata Lahiri, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  33. Evaluation of the impact of family planning programmes on fertility in East Azerbaijan province: a multilevel modelling approachHassan Eini-Zinab, Ministry of Science, Research and Technology

  34. Determinants of induced abortion: an analysis of individual, household and contextual factors in Rajasthan, IndiaBatya Elul, International Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs

  35. Community intervention for HIV/AIDS prevention among young GuineansFannie Fonseca-Becker, Johns Hopkins University; Winnifride Mwebesa, Save the Children; Jane T. Bertrand, Johns Hopkins University

  36. An assessment of ICPD recommendations for Togo: are the calculations right?Kuakuvi Gbenyon, Université de Lomé; Anyélé Xoassi Da Silveira

  37. Perceptions and attitudes towards contraception and abortion: contraceptive practices and fertility levels in Ouagadougou, Burkina FasoGuiella Georges, Unité d' Enseignement et de Recherche en Démographie (UERD)

  38. Multiple partners and condom use in Burkina FasoGuiella Georges, Unité d' Enseignement et de Recherche en Démographie (UERD)

  39. Understanding the linkages of domestic violence and reproductive health among adolescent girls in IndiaSudeshna Ghosh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Sanjay K. Mohanty, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  40. Results from the National Survey on Reproductive Health in MexicoSara González-Gutierrez; Leopoldo Núñez-Fernández, Centro Regional de Investigaciones Multidisciplinarias

  41. Socio-psychological constructs of premarital and risky sex behaviour among adolescent girls in IndiaR.S. Goyal, Indian Institute of Health Management (IIHMR)

  42. Assessing the demographic impact of HIV/AIDS on the global health workforce: implications for attainment of the health-related millennium development goalsNeeru Gupta, IDEA International Institute; Khassoum Diallo, World Health Organization (WHO)

  43. Homo-bisexual trajectories of young Brazilians: the results of a population survey in three Brazilian state capitalsMaria Luiza Heilborn, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro; Cristiane Cabral, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro

  44. Incidence, determinants and consequences of induced abortion in Sri Lanka: two samples of health professionalsPiyadasa Hewage, University of Ruhuna

  45. Abortion caseload at a tertiary-care hospital in NepalRafat Hussain, University of New England, Australia; Kiran Regmi, University of New England, Australia

  46. Women’s autonomy and utilization of postnatal healthcare services in three impoverished areas of LebanonGhada Ibrahim, American University in Cairo; Tamar Kabakian-Khasholian, American University of Beirut

  47. Evaluation of reported induced abortion in Bangladesh: evidence from the recent DHSMohammad Amirul Islam, University of Southampton

  48. Unplanned pregnancy and risk of abortion among adolescent women in Uttar Pradesh, IndiaRuchi Jain, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Abhishek Singh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  49. Delivery and impact of adolescent sexual and reproductive health programmes among peri-urban school children in UgandaJames Kakooza, EUPEK Project, Aga Khan Education Srvices, Uganda

  50. Promoting safer sexual practices among street children in Kinshasa in the era of HIVLupwana Kandala, LCIO

  51. Infertility in Karachi: prevalence, health seeking behaviour and social consequencesMehtab Karim, Aga Khan University; Neelofar Sami, Aga Khan University

  52. Fertility and contraceptive use among migrant and non-migrant women in IranShahla Kazemi-pour Sabet, Ministry of Science, Iran; Nader Motie-Haghshenas, Ministry of Science, Iran

  53. Risk-taking behaviours and masculinity issues in youthManirul I. Khan, Mahidol University; Priyakamon Khan, Mahidol University; Khurshid K. Talukder, Institute of Child and Mother Health

  54. Policies and research findings on induced abortionHoang Kim Dzung, Center for Population Studies and Information, Hanoi; Tran Phuong Mai

  55. What do young couples need? A case study of the Northern Uplands in Viet NamHoang Kim Dzung, Center for Population Studies and Information, Hanoi; Vo Anh Dung; Nguyen Thi Thom

  56. Who volunteers to be tested for HIV in Tanzania?Peter Kintu, Axios International; Marie-Laure Kürzinger, Espace Santé et Territoire; Marc Pechevis, Axios International; Timothy Wakabi, Axios Foundation; Grace Mbekem, Axios Foundation

  57. Recourse to induced abortion among native and foreign women in DenmarkLisbeth B. Knudsen, University of Aalborg; Vibeke Rasch, University of Copenhagen; Tine Gammeltoft, University of Copenhagen

  58. Two men together: love, sex and risk in the wake of HIV epidemic in IndiaAshish Kumar Mishra, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur; Arun Kumar Sharma, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur; Shrikant Singh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Sudipta Mondal, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  59. Constructions, perceptions and assessments of drug-induced abortion based on narratives by women in Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico and PeruMaría Mercedes Lafaurie, Independent consultant; Daniel Grossman, Population Council; Erika Troncoso, Population Council; Deborah L Billings, IPAS, Mexico; Susana Chávez, Centro de la Mujer Peruana Flora Tristán

  60. Measuring the prevalence of HIV in sub-Saharan Africa: what adjustments are possible on the basis of antenatal clinic data?Joseph Larmarange, Université de Paris V, Sorbonne; Benoît Ferry, Centre Francais sur la Population et le Developpement (CEPED)

  61. Diffusion of the pill in Switzerland, 1961-1997Jean-Marie Le Goff, Université de Lausanne

  62. Male fertility, reproductive valuations and sexual practices in Mexico: transformations under way?Susana Lerner, El Colegio de México; Olga Rojas, El Colegio de México; Mario Martínez, El Colegio de México

  63. Female migration to cities and reproductive behaviour in MaliMarie Lesclingand, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  64. A gender perspective relative to misconceptions regarding HIV/AIDS transmission in BotswanaGobopamang Letamo, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

  65. From perception of AIDS risk to change of behaviour: religion as a determinant in CongoBenoît Libali, Union pour l’Etude et la Recherche sur la Population et le Développement (UERPOD)

  66. Reproductive health knowledge and practices: the gap between young boys and girls in seven Asian countriesMary-Odile Lognard, Université Catholique de Louvain; Catherine Gourbin, Université Catholique de Louvain

  67. Sexual behaviour in rural northern IndiaTemsumeren Longkumer, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); S.K Singh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Hemkhothang Lhungdim, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  68. Alcohol abuse and risky sexual behaviour among the indigenous college students in Shillong, IndiaTemsumeren Longkumer, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Harish C. Srivastava, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Palaniyandi Murugesan, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  69. Determinants of women's involvement in small-scale mining and risks to HIV infection in TanzaniaNdalahwa F. Madulu, Institute of Resource Assessment

  70. Parental education and child health: evidence from ChinaPushkar Maitra, Monash University; Xiujian Peng, The University of Adelaide; Yaer Zhuang, China Population Information and Research Center (CPIRC)

  71. Readiness, willingness and ability to use contraception in BangladeshHaider R. Mannan, University of Western Australia; Roderic Beaujot, University of Western Ontario

  72. Covariates and reasons for condom use and non-use among young people in Maseru and Mokhotlong, LesothoNtsoaki Mapetla, National University of Lesotho; Maletela Tuoane, Department of Social Development, Pretoria

  73. Stillbirths in south-western Siberia during 1963-1991Vladimir N. Melnikov, Siberian Independent Institute

  74. Demographic, social and gender factors associated with the use of condoms by adolescents in MexicoCatherine Menkes, Centro Regional de Investigaciones Multidisciplinarias, UNAM; Leticia Suárez, Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública (INSP)

  75. Measuring fertility regulation patterns among women in Stip, Republic of MacedoniaGoran Miladinov, Skopje University

  76. Adolescent self reported reproductive morbidity and health care seeking behaviour in BangladeshRahman Mizanur, Jahangirnagar University

  77. Effects of adolescent reproductive health behaviour on fertility in BangladeshNoor Mohammad, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA); Suneeta Mukherjee, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

  78. Changing face of sex work in times of the AIDS epidemic: a study of male clients of female sex workers in IndiaSudipta Mondal, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  79. Provider networks and quality of care for reproductive health services in NepalDominic Montagu, University of California, San Francisco; Robert McPherson, Independant Consultant; Anand Tamang, Center for Research on Environment Health and Population Activities, Kathmandu

  80. Providing voluntary counselling and testing for HIV among young people in UgandaEdith Mukisa, Naguru Teenage Information and Health Centre

  81. Building a relation between patients and care-givers in relation to HIV/AIDS in the hospitals of Guadeloupe and Martinique: a socio-anthropological studyStéphanie Mulot, Université Aix-Marseille 3, Paul Cézanne

  82. An agent-based model to understand the diffusion of AIDSJeronimo O. Muniz, University of Wisconsin at Madison

  83. Infectious diseases including HIV/AIDS in IndiaPalaniyandi Murugesan, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  84. Does access to money determine sexual exposure among unmarried adolescents in Bangladesh?Marium U. Mutahara, Population Council; Ismat Bhuiya, Population Council

  85. How to contain HIV/AIDS transmission in Botswana: male involvement in ante-natal servicesP. Sadasivan Nair, University of Botswana; Dan Rakgoasi

  86. Socio-cultural dynamics of adolescent reproductive health in PakistanDurre Nayab, Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE)

  87. Birth intervals and reversible contraception in Sub-Saharan AfricaKandala Ngianga-Bakwin, Kings College London; R. William Stones, University of Southampton

  88. Knowledge, attitudes and practices related to abortion in large cities in CameroonEmmanuel Ngwe, Institut de formation et de recherche démographiques (IFORD); Helene Kamdem Kamgno, Institut de Formation et de Recherche Demographiques (IFORD)

  89. Has the HIV/AIDS epidemic changed sexual behaviour of high-risk groups in Uganda?James Ntozi, Makerere University; Innocent Mulindwa; Fred Ahimbisibwe, JCRC, Uganda; Natal Ayiga, Makerere University; Jonathan Odwee, Makerere University

  90. Social consequences of HIV/AIDS: stigma and discrimination in the workplace in NigeriaChinwe Nwanna, Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social Sciences,University of Lagos,

  91. Perspectives on the socio-cultural context of adolescent reproductive health behaviour in NigeriaOlasupo P. Ogunjuyigbe, Obafemi Awolowo University; Adunola Adepoju, Lagos State University

  92. Patriarchy and men’s reproductive behaviour in UgandaTom O. Owuor, Pennsylvania State University

  93. HIV/AIDS Stigma and Discrimination in NigeriaKola A. Oyediran, Integrated Manpower Development Centre; Olaronke Ladipo, Harvard University; Jennifer Anyanti, Society for Family Health

  94. Determinants of provider intentions in medical abortions in Bihar, IndiaLisa Patel, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  95. Developing effective and youth-friendly community-based reproductive health services for rural youth in ZimbabweAlford Phiri, Zimbabwe National Family Planning Council; Annabel Erulkar, Population Council

  96. Medical success and human challenges: reproduction and contraception for people suffering from HIV/AidsFabián E. Portnoy, Gobierno de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires; Monica Gogna, CEDES; Silvana Weller, Gobierno de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires; María Majdalani, Universidad de Buenos Aires; Ariel Adaszko, Gobierno de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires

  97. Emergency contraceptives: provider perspectives in Uttar Pradesh, IndiaRajiva Prasad, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Mohan K. Tiwary, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  98. Implementation and coverage of Thailand's cervical screening programmeAree Prohmmo, Mahidol University

  99. Assessing the prevalence and determinants of reported unintended pregnancy amongst young couples in NepalMahesh Puri, Center for Research on Environment Health and Population Activities (CREHPA); Roger Ingham, University of Southampton; Zoe Matthews, University of Southampton

  100. Induced abortion in China in 1990sXiaochun Qiao, Peking University

  101. An assessment of quality of antenatal care services: a study in two communes in Viet NamTran Quang Lam, Institute for Population and Social Research

  102. The way they are going: a study of sexual behaviour of urban young males in Puri, IndiaUsha Ram, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Manas Pradhan, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  103. Reproductive and sexual health of the youths engaged in tourism Goa, IndiaUsha Ram, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Rupali Bhat, Smt. Parbati Bai Chowgale Cultural Foundation College of Arts and Science

  104. Doctors, contraception and abortion in Argentina: an ideological transition?Silvina Ramos, Centro de Estudios de Estado y Sociedad; Monica Gogna, CEDES; Mónica N. Petracci, Centro de Estudios de Estado y Sociedad; Mariana Romero, Centro de Estudios de Estado y Sociedad; Szulik Dalia, Centro de Estudios de Estado y Sociedad

  105. Women's status and contraceptive use in EgyptSonya Rastogi, University of Maryland; Kim Nguyen, University of Maryland

  106. Couples life style and domestic violence in India: a micro-level investigation based on the National Family Health Survey II of 1999Kulasekaran Ravishankar, Annamalai University; Ram Ramachandarn, Annamalai University; Anjaneyulu Subbiah, Annamalai University

  107. Participation of males in decision-making as indicator of their perceived involvement in reproductive and child health in Tamil Nadu, IndiaKulasekaran Ravishankar, Annamalai University; Ram Ramachandarn, Annamalai University

  108. Inter-pregnancy intervals and maternal morbidity in Matlab, BangladeshAbdur Razzaque, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research; Julie DaVanzo, RAND; Mehrab A. Khan, Bangladesh Centre for Communication Programs

  109. Behind the curtain: when an adolescent girl becomes a married womanUbaidur Rob, Population Council; Mohammad N. Talukder, Population Council

  110. The stability of the abortion rate in FranceClementine Rossier, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED)

  111. Infertility and late maternityNina Rusanova, Institute for Socio-Economic Problems of Population RAS

  112. Covariates of syphilis and HIV infection in Kenya and ZambiaShea Rutstein, ORC Macro; Kiersten Johnson, ORC Macro

  113. Addressing men’s sexuality to prevent STD and HIV transmission in the slums of Mumbai, IndiaNiranjan Saggurti, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Rama Rao Garimella, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Stephen L. Schensul, University of Connecticut; Ravi K. Verma, Population Council; Rajendra Singh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  114. Discontinuation of contraceptives and method switching in rural BangladeshUnnati Rani Saha, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research; Nashid Kamal Waiz, Independent University; Radheshyam Bairagi, ICDDR,B: Centre for Health and Population Research

  115. Regional and sub-regional levels and determinants of adolescent fertility in Colombia Andrés Salazar

  116. Reproductive health and restrictions on family size in Viet Nam: the coexistence of two programmesCatherine Scornet, Université de Provence; Bach Kim Duong Thi, Comité national des sciences sociales et humaines, Viêt-Nam

  117. Domestic violence and risk of STIs among Indian womenManisha Sengupta, U.S. Census Bureau; Nan Johnson, Michigan State University

  118. Socio-economic impact of HIV/AIDS deaths on households in India and coping strategies: a study of well being of childrenShrikant Singh, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)

  119. Entering adulthood: attitudes of adolescent boys regarding virginity, premarital sex and sexually transmitted diseases in IndonesiaAugustina Situmorang, National University of Singapore

  120. Correlates of syphilis in men and women in ZambiaEmma Slaymaker, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine; Helene Voeten, University of Rotterdam

  121. Cohabitation and partnership context at the time of first birth in RomaniaNina B. Stanciu, Ministry of Public Finance, Romania

  122. Communicating contraceptive effectivenessMarkus Steiner, Family Health International; James Trussell, Princeton University; Neha Metha, Family Health International; Maxine Wedderburn, Hope Enterprises, Ltd.; Sumathi Subramaniam, Independent consultant

  123. Social stratification and adolescent pregnancy in MexicoClaudio M. Stern, El Colegio de México

  124. Assessment of the quality of care at birth in MexicoLeticia Suárez, Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública (INSP); Bernardo Hernández, Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública (INSP); Dilys Walker, Instituto Nacional de Salud Pública (INSP)

  125. Knowledge and use of modern contraceptives among Muslim women in Zaria, NigeriaSa'adatu Sule, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria; Hajara Umar, Ahmadu Bello University; Nana Madugu, Ahmadu Bello University

  126. Prevalence and factors associated with discontinuation of contraceptive use in rural areas of Peshawar, PakistanNajma Sultana, Gates Institute and John Hopkins University

  127. Do individual and programme factors matter in the utilization of maternal care services in rural India?Thankam Sunil, University of Texas at San Antonio; S. Rajaram, J.S.S. Institute of Economic Research; Lisa K. Zottarelli, Texas Woman's University

  128. Quality of family planning services and contraceptive use dynamics among populations with limited mobility in the western Chitwan Valley of NepalElizabeth G. Sutherland, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  129. Socio-economic determinants of HIV/AIDS: a case-control studyKrsihnasami Swaminathan, Bharathiar University

  130. The importance of sources of information for STI/AIDS awareness and use of protection methods among young peopleValérie Thierry Tchabewou, Université de Montréal

  131. Influence of family supervision on the start of sexual activity and risky sexual behaviour among adolescentsValérie Thierry Tchabewou, Université de Montréal

  132. Indigenous migrant prostitutes and public health policy in Mexico CityPatricio Villalva

  133. Orphan crisis in Zimbabwe: rising incidenceHelen Watts, Imperial College; Benjamin A. Lopman, Imperial College; Constance Nyamukapa, Biomedical Research & Training Institute; Simon Gregson, Imperial College

  134. Provincial residence and active syphilis infection among Zambian men and womenAntonia M. Welch, Harvard University

  135. Adolescent childbearing in Eritrea: an analysis of trends, determinants and health consequencesGebremariam Woldemicael, University of Asmara

  136. Gender and medication use among older women and men in Ismailia, EgyptKathryn M. Yount, Emory University; Zeinab Khadr, American University in Cairo

  137. Quality of care in reproductive health: towards a rights-based approachZhenzhen Zheng, Institute of Population and Labor Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

  138. Addressing contextual factors using participatory learning and action among adolescents in ChinaYingying Zhou, University of Washington; Qian Geng, Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH); Yongfeng Liu, China Family Planning Association

  139. Consensual unions in Burkina Faso: prevalence, trends and determinantsYounoussi Zourkaleini, Université de Ouagadougou and Université de Montréal

  140. A Technique for Estimating Life Expectancies at Older Ages in Destabilized Populations with Application to Some Developed and Less Developed CountriesSubrata Lahiri, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS)