Day Three Special Session

Day Three

26 May 2015 || Tuesday || 1100 – 1230

Room: Media Bazar

Special Session: Nine

Organizer: UPHCSDP

 

26 May 2015 || Tuesday || 1100 – 1230

Room: Windy Town

Special Session: 10

Organizer: USAID

 

26 May 2015 || Tuesday || 1530 – 1700

Room: Harmony

Special Session: 11

Organizer: University of Leeds

Session Title Designing Household Surveys that Capture the Health and Socio-demographic Status and Needs of the Urban Poor
Session Theme Measuring and Mapping
Chairperson Name Helen Elsey, MD, Public Health Lecturer, Nuffield Centre for International Health and Development, University of Leeds, UK
Chief Guest Name TBD
Moderator Name  TBD
Serial Speakers Name Organization/Institute Abstract Title
1 Sushil Baral HERD, Nepal and Ru-yiLinARK, Bangladesh Challenges and limitations of existing, large nationally representative surveys in identifying the needs of the urban poor
2 Professor Siddharth Agarwal Urban Health Resource Centre, India Sampling strategies to identify and recruit the urban poorest: Defining a household in the context of urban vulnerability/poverty, sampling strategies to identify and recruit the urban poor, Urban health equity assessment
3 Dana Thomson Department of Global Health and Social Medicine, Harvard Medical School Using innovative sampling and enumeration methods to measure demographic and health outcomes in the urban poor
4 Uden Maharjan HERD, Nepal The Nepal experience of using spatial mapping in an urban household survey

Day Three

26 May 2015 || Tuesday || 1530 – 1700

Room: Windy Town

Special Session: 12

Improving Coverage of Maternal and Newborn Interventions for Urban Poor

Organizer: SNL-Save the Children

 

Day Three

26 May 2015 || Tuesday || 1530 – 1700

Room: Media Bazar

Special Session: 13

Organizer: Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation

Session Title Using Data To Design And Adapt Programs
Session Theme Reproductive Health And Family Planning
Chairperson Name TBD
Chief Guest Name TBD
Moderator Name TBD
Serial Speakers Name Organization/Institute Abstract Title
1 Ilene S. Speizer Measurement, Learning & Evaluation Project, UNC-Chapel Hill, USA Novel Sampling Strategies for Identifying and Tracking Urban Poor Populations
2 Clea Finkle Gates Foundation, USA Decision Making Process from the Donor’s Perspective
3 Nelson Keyonso, Tupange, and Cheikh Seck, Jhpiego, Kenya and ISSU, IntraHealth, Senegal Programmatic Impact of Facility-Based Activities to Improve Quality of Care
4 Gita Pillai UHI, FHI360, India The role of data and evaluation across a project’s lifecycle in informing country-specific program design and adaptation