Presentations at ICFP - EngenderHealth

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Presentations at ICFP January 24–28, 2016

Sunday, January 24 8:30 am–2:00 pm The Westin Resort, Nusa Dua

Jhpiego/Engenderhealth Auxiliary Event

8:30 am–4:00 pm The Westin Resort, Nusa Dua

Auxiliary Event

9:00 am–5:30 pm Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center, Tanjung Benoa Hall

Youth Pre-Conference

Contraceptive Implants Skills-Building Workshop Jared Moguche Nyanchoka, Sanjida Hasan, Megan Schmitt

The Postabortion Care (PAC) Connection Abu Jamil Faisel, Japhet Ominde Achola, Juliana Bantambya, Christopher Lindahl

We Are Not Planning Families Elizabeth Arlotti-Parish, Priya Limbu, Blanka Homolova

Games, Trivia, and Fun: New Ways to Teach SRH to Youth While Busting Harmful Myths Elizabeth Arlotti-Parish

Tuesday, January 26 7:00 am–8:20 am Singaraja Hall 2

Msd Auxiliary Event

Best Practices in Expanding Access to Long-Acting Reversible Contraception in Asia Pacific and South East Asia Abu Jamil Faisel

Legian 7

Engenderhealth Breakfast & Dialogue

From Commitment to Action: Engaging Donors and Implementers to Make Rights-Based Approaches a Reality Yetnayet Asfaw, Elizabeth Arlotti-Parish

Tuesday, January 26 — continued 10:00 am–1:20 pm Jimbaran and Uluwatu Lobbies

Poster Presentation

The Delivery & Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptive (Delarc) Hour Initiative: Building and Sustaining Momentum to Boost Institutional Deliveries and Increase Uptake of Long-Acting Reversible Contraception in Ethiopia Ambaw Belete Poster Presentation

Are Courtyard Meetings Effective in Disseminating Family Planning Information? Experiences from Bangladesh Fatema Shabnam Poster Presentation

Community Health Events: A One-Stop Shop for Reproductive Health Services in the Philippines Marilyn Convocar Coauthors: Susana Madarieta, Merlyn Rodriguez Poster Presentation

Putting Choice and Rights at the Center: Results from a Family Planning Client Survey in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tanzania, and Uganda Leah Jarvis 10:30 am–11:50 am Kintamani 2

Oral Presentation

Spotlight on Kenyan Communities Addressing Postabortion Care Lynn Van Lith Coauthor: Jane Wickstrom

Singaraja Hall 2

Oral Presentation

Standardizing a Performance Assessment Tool for Measuring Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health in India Pragya Pranjali

Uluwatu 5

Panel

Capacity Building in No-Scalpel Vasectomy Promotes Male Responsibility for Family Planning and Increases Contraceptive Choice in Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand, India Dhanajay Kumar Coauthors: Levent Cagatay, Madhu Bala Nath, Caitlin Shannon, N.S. Dasila, Minal Mehta, Anna Kaniauskene

Tuesday, January 26 — continued 10:30 am–11:50 am Uluwatu 5

Panel

Standardizing Clinical Skills and Training of Providers in Female Sterilization to Improve Quality: The Experience of Enhancing the Performance of Minilaparotomy in Four Low-Resource Countries in Africa Birhane Assefa Merdassa Coauthors: Ominde Achola, Dereje Tuijje, Carmela Cordero

Legian 5

Oral Presentation

From Hesitation to Participation: Religious Leaders Key to Promotion of Family Planning— A Case of Zanzibar Issa Ziddy Coauthors: Feddy Mwanga, Joyce Ishengoma

Mengwi 1+2

Oral Presentation

Family Planning Use and Reproductive Intentions in the Urban Populations of Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Niger, and Togo Zakari Congo

Concurrent Sessions— Kintamani 3

Ibp Session 1

How Can We Scale Up Effective Approaches for Increasing FP Access to Underserved Populations? Megan Schmitt

12:00 pm–1:20 pm Legian 1

Oral Presentation

Cautious Planning during Comprehensive Abortion Care Service Delivery Initiation Maximizes Postabortion Family Planning Uptake: Experience from the ABRI Project, Ethiopia Zerihun Bogale Edo

Concurrent Sessions— Kintamani 3

Ibp Session 2

No Missed Opportunity: The Beauty of Integration and Successful Scale-Up Experience Juliana Bantambya Chabona Jared Nyanchoka (Additional Support)

2:30 pm–3:50 pm Workshops— Uluwatu 2 Uluwatu 4

Ibp Workshop 3

High Impact Practices in Action: Explore Elements of Success through Sharing Megan Schmitt Topical Roundtable

What Gets Measured Gets Done: Rights and Measurements Caitlin Shannon

Tuesday, January 26 — continued 2:30 pm–3:50 pm Singaraja Hall 1 2:20 pm–5:40 pm Jimbaran And Uluwatu Lobbies

Topical Roundtable

Engaging Communities in Improving the Quality of FP Services Molly Tumusiime Poster Presentation

Reaching More Clients with Comprehensive Postabortion Care and Family Planning in Tanzania Feddy Mwanga

Increasing Family Planning Uptake in Peri-Urban Areas of Niamey, Niger, Using the Special Family Planning Days Approach Andre Koalaga Poster Presentation

[email protected] for the Millennium Challenge Account—Tanzania: Expanding Workplace HIV Interventions to Mobile Workers Holly Connor 2:30 pm–3:50 pm Legian 9

Oral Presentation

Strengthening Postpartum Family Planning Service Provision in Bangladesh: Possibilities and Challenges Fatema Shabnam

Mengwi 1+2

Panel

Decentralized Postabortion Care Services in Tanzania— Improving Quality and Access Julianna Bantambya

Kintamani 3

Ibp Session 3

Within Our Reach: The Private Sector’s Role In Reaching 120 Million New Users by 2020 Abu Jamil Faisel

4:20 pm–5:40 pm Legian 8

Oral Presentation

Structured on-the-Job Training (Sojt): A Promising Approach to Increase Health System Capacity to Provide Long-Acting Methods of Contraception in Ethiopia Zerihun Bogale Edo

Legian 2

Oral Presentation

Standardizing Clinical and Training Skills of Trainers in Female Sterilization to Improve Quality: The Experience of Enhancing the Performance of Minilaparotomy in Four Low-Resource Countries in Africa Japhet Ominde Achola

Tuesday, January 26 — continued 4:20 pm–5:40 pm Mengwi 1+2

Oral Presentation

Integrating Private Midwife-Led Birthing Homes into Family Planning Service Delivery Networks in Cebu Province, Philippines Corazon Paras Coauthors: Miguel Angelo Lucero, Jose Rodriguez, Grace Viola

6:00 pm–8:00 pm Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa, Keraton Room

Auxiliary Event

Changing Norms and Reducing Stigma: Implementing Innovations to Expand Access to Quality PAC Services Japhet Ominde Achola, Christopher Lindahl

Wednesday, January 27  10:00 am–1:20 pm Jimbaran and Uluwatu Lobbies

Poster Presentation

Increasing Access to Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives And Permanent FP Methods through Mobile Outreach Services: A Public-to-Public Mentoring Model in Ethiopia Belay Awie Poster Presentation

Engaging the Private Sector to Provide Long-Acting Reversible Contraception and Permanent Methods in Bangladesh Fatema Shabnam 10:30 am–11:50 am Legian 8

Oral Presentation

Strengthening Collaboration and Teamwork between Facility and Community Staff to Identify and Address Barriers to Family Planning Use in Uganda Molly Tumusiime

Uluwatu 2

ibp workshop 5

Design a Family Planning and Reproductive Health (FP/RH) Training: The Training Resource Package Japhet Ominde

12:00 pm–1:20 pm Legian 8

Oral Presentation

Using Advocacy to Position Family Planning as a Key Development Priority: Experience of EngenderHealth in Benshangul-Gumuz Regional State, Ethiopia Jemal Kassaw Mohammed oral presentation

Field Applications of Reality Check: A Program Planning and Advocacy Tool for Evidence-Based Family Planning Holly Connor

Wednesday, January 27 — continued 12:00 pm–1:20 pm Mengwi 3+5

oral presentation

Evaluation of an Innovative Pilot Project Integrating Intimate Partner Violence Screening and Counseling into a Family Planning Clinic in Conakry, Guinea Maimouna Toliver

Mengwi 1+2

Oral Presentation

How to Assess Organizational Capacity Using EngenderHealth’s Organizational Capacity Assessment Tool: A Result from Nine Civil Society Organizations Amegan Ayamenou Koami Mawuyenam

Uluwatu 2

Ibp Workshop 6

Strategic Planning Tools for Adolescent and Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health Elizabeth Arlotti-Parish

1:20 pm–2:20 pm Singaraja Hall 1

Ceos For Emerging Leaders Roundtables

The Trajectory of Success: Perspectives on Reproductive Health from National to Global and Personal to Presidential Yetnayet Asfaw

2:20 pm–5:40 pm Jimbaran And Uluwatu Lobbies

Poster Presentation

Toward a Holistic Approach to Ensuring Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health in India Sunita Singal Poster Presentation



Religious Leaders Have Started Making Commitments about the Use of Contraception in West Africa: The Cases of Togo, Burkina Faso, and Côte d’Ivoire Andre Koalaga

4:30 pm Marketplace of Ideas

Tools for Operationalizing Rights-Based Approaches to SRH Elizabeth Arlotti-Parish

Thursday, January 28 10:00 am–1:20 pm Jimbaran and Uluwatu Lobbies

Poster Presentation

Empowering Adolescents to Take Charge of Their Reproductive and Sexual Health Through a Multisectoral, Multipronged Awareness Campaign in Jharkhand, India Priya Limbu Poster Presentation



An Assessment of Adolescent and Youth-Friendly Clinic-Based Family Planning and Reproductive Health Services in Urban Centers of Burkina Faso, Côte d’Ivoire, Niger, and Togo Zakari Congo Poster Presentation

Helping Survivors of Gender-Based Violence in Iringa and Njombe Regions of Tanzania Achieve Their Reproductive Intentions Richard Killian Poster Presentation

Increasing Access to Family Planning through Integration in Public Health Facilities in Tanzania Annette Almeida-Ndayanga 10:30 am–11:50 am Uluwatu 2

Ibp Workshop 9

Implementing and Monitoring Human Rights Approaches in SRH Programming Elizabeth Arlotti-Parish, Caitlin Shannon

12:00 pm–1:20 pm Mengwi 3+5

Oral Presentation

Strengthening the Capacity and Role of Community-Based Cadres in Increasing Access to LA/PMs: Experience from Ethiopia Ambaw Belete

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