Day One Breakout Session Abstract

1330-1500 ll Breakout Session 1 ll Room : Hall of Fame
Session Title: Reproductive Health and Family Planning: Documenting the Effects of Risk Factors
Session Theme: Reproductive Health And Family Planning

1. Drug Resistance among Women Attending Antenatal Clinics in Ghana – Philip Enyan, Ghana National Ambulance Service, Ghana. Click here to download…….

2. Risk of Under-Five Mortality Associated With Use of Solid Fuel Among Urban-Rural Pakistani Households – Sidra Zaheer, School of Public Health, Pakistan. Click here to download…….

3. Spousal Violence Hinging On Intergenerational Transfer of Attitudinal Acceptance of Violence Among Urban Pakistani Women- Syeda Kanwal Aslam, Dow University of Health Sciences, Pakistan. Click here to download…….

4. Risk Factors Associated With Low Birth Weight Babies In Eastern Nepal – Birendra K. Yadav, B P Koirala Institute of Health Sciences, Nepal. Click here to download…….

5. Violence From Law Enforcement Authorities and Sexual Risk Among Hijra Sex Workers: Qualitative Study Findings From Urban Karachi Pakistan – Muslima Ejaz, Aga Khan University Hospital Karachi, Pakistan. Click here to download…….

1330 -1500 ll Breakout Session 2 ll Room : Carnival
Session Title: Innovative Programs & Services for HIV and TB
Session Theme: Urban Health Care and Public Health Service provision

1. Factors mitigating access to HIV treatment, prevention and care services among urban poor in Benue State, Nigeria: lessons from AIDS healthcare foundation impact – Abiaziem Greg, AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Nigeria. Click here to download…….

2. Integration of family planning services into HIV care and Immunization in Nigeria: using referral model – Moyosola Bamidele, Nigerian Urban Reproductive Health Initiative, Nigeria. Click here to download…….

3. Bangladesh Using peer approach to increase TB case detection – Mamunur Rahman, Bangladesh Center for Communication Programs (BCCP). Click here to download…….

4. Providing integrated STI/HIV services to sex workers and men who have sex with men using the drop in service center service model in Mombasa, Kenya – Alvaro Garcia Cordova, Pathfinder International. Click here to download…….

5. Getting outside the box: Designing and implementing innovative ways to prevent infection – Susan Newcomer NICHD/NIH, USA. Click here to download…….

 

 

1330-1500 ll Breakout Session 3 ll Room : Executive Lounge
Session Title: NCD Prevention and Control
Session Theme: Urban Health Care and Public Health Service Provision

1. Association between lifestyle factors and prevalence of diabetes in selected BRICS countries: Evidence from SAGE data – Anita Pal, International Institute for Population Sciences, India. Click here to download…….

2. Contextualizing Hypertension and its Care Pathways in Mumbai, India – Manas Ranjan Pradhan, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), India. Click here to download…….

3. Community Based Integrated Approach for Managing Blood Pressure: Findings from a Five-Year Prospective Cohort Study in Urban Bangladesh – Mehedi Hasan, Eminence Associate for Social Development, Bangladesh. Click here to download…….

4. Urban Environment and Occupational Health Degradation in Asia’s Biggest Readymade Garment Market and its Hinterland – Vinod Shakya, Jamia Millia Islamia, India. Click here to download…….

5. Community Based Prevention of NCD’s at the Urban Slums of Pune (Maharashtra), India by Organizing Urban Health and Nutrition Days – Rashmi Shirhatti, Plan India, India. Click here to download…….

 

 

1700-1830 ll Breakout Session 4 ll Room : Celebrity
Session Title: Maternal and Child Health: Knowledge, Risks, and Protections
Session Theme : Urban Health Care And Public Health Service Provision

1. Discovering Myths and Misconceptions Surrounding Post-Partum Hemorrhage in Urban Slums – Jane Otai, Jhpiego, Kenya. Click here to download…….

2. Self-efficacious Women Groups address Socio-economic, Environmental Determinants of Well-being – Siddharth Agarwal, Urban Health Resource Centre, India. Click here to download…….

3. Work, Motherhood and Health: Discourses on the Experiences of Nursing Mothers in Public Organization in Southwest Nigeria – Babatunde Omotosho, Federal University Oye Ekiti, Nigeria. Click here to download…….

4. Cross Border Migration enhancing Reproductive Morbidity of Left Behind Women in Bangladesh and their coping mechanism through Self help groups – Ankita Siddhanta, International Institute for Population Sciences, India. Click here to download…….

5. Increase Access to Primary Health Care through strengthening Urban Health Posts – Devendra Tripathi, FHI360, India. Click here to download…….

 

 

1700-1830 ll Breakout Session 5 ll Room : Harmony
Session Title: Reproductive Health And Family Planning: Demand Generation For Community Health Workers Panel One
Session Theme: Reproductive Health and Family Planning

1. Does Health Behavior of Urban Poor Depend on Where They Live – Slum, Non-Slum or Urban Areas – Dr. Kanta Jamil, USAID, Bangladesh. Click here to download…….

2. Challenges In Implementing Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health Project In Urban Slum Context – Bachera Aktar, BRAC, Bangladesh. Click here to download…….

3. Making Difference Through Use of Community Health Workers for Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health In Urban Settings: Experience From BRAC Manoshi Project In Urban Slums in Bangladesh – ShaymaI Kumar Roy, BRAC, Bangladesh. Click here to download…….

4. Fertility Desire, Intention and Associated Factors Late in HIV Epidemic Among People Living With HIV: A Cross-Sectional Study in Hawassa City, Southern Ethiopia – Dr. Zewdu Dememew, MSH, Zimbabwe. Click here to download…….

5. Based Social Marketing On Reproductive and Child Health Commodities: Experience From Evaluating A Social Marketing Company Program – Afroja Yesmin, Eminence Associates for Social Development, Bangladesh- Empowering Women Through Community. Click here to download…….

 

 

1700-1830 ll Breakout Session 6 ll Room : Carnival
Session Title: Living Conditions, Access, Physical Activity and Interventions
Session Theme: Social and Economic Determinants of Urban Health Disparities

1. Living Conditions in Urban Slums: Are They Improving – Quamrun Nahar, ICDDR’B, Bangladesh. Click here to download…….

2. Physical and social environment associated with physical activity in the urban area of Colombo, Sri Lanka – Shreenika De Silva Weliange, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka. Click here to download…….

3. An Analysis of association of health related behaviors among adolescents of rural and urban populations of Chittagong, Bangladesh – Momota Hena, Asian University for Women, Bangladesh. Click here to download…….

4. Understanding the Contribution of Parks and Green Spaces to Harare Residents Wellbeing – Vincent Itai Tanyanyiwa, Zimbabwe Open University, Zimbabwe. Click here to download…….

5. How many hours do urban people sleep in Bangladesh – Dr Fakir Yunus, BRAC, Bangladesh. Click here to download…….

 

 

1700-1830 ll Breakout Session 7 ll Room : Executive Lounge
Session Title: Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene: Health Impacts and Consequences
Session Theme: Social and Economic Determinants of Urban Health Disparities

1. Concentration profile of Formaldehyde in Fresh and Formalin Treated Fish and effect of temperature on its diffusivity – Sadat Amit, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh. Click here to download…….

2. Urban health affected by lake water quality on adjacent slums of Dhaka city – Shahadat Hossain, Institute of Water Modelling (IWM), Bangladesh. Click here to download…….

3. Solid waste management in Srikakulam Municipality-A.P, India : Focus on Implementation of MSW – Kethavarapu Mythili, Government College for Women, Srikakulam, India. Click here to download…….

4. Assessment of urban air pollution and its impact on population health – a case study of Hyderabad, Telangana State, India – Yalavarthy Prameela Devi, Kakatiya University, India. Click here to download…….

5. Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in Health Facilities – Nitin Bajpai, Population Foundation India. Click here to download…….