Day Two Breakout Session Presentation

25 May 2015 || Monday || 1100 – 1230

(Breakout Sessions)

Breakout Session: Eight

Room: Celebrity

 

Session Title Women’s Access To And Utilization Of Care
Session Theme Urban Health Care and Public Health Service Provision
Serial Speakers Name Organization/Institute Abstract Title
1 Sarita Patil Society for Nutrition Education and Health Action, India Opportunity to Improve Access to Institutional Delivery in Urban Maharashtra, India
2 Ronke Atamewalen Marie Stopes International, Nigeria Improving Quality and Access to Long Acting Reversible Contraceptive Services through Post Training Supportive Supervision
3 Nahid Kamal MEASURE Evaluation, University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill, Bangladesh Trends in equity in use of maternal health services in urban and rural Bangladesh
4 Rumana Huque ARK Foundation, Bangladesh. Assessing access to family planning services for the urban poor in Bangladesh
5 Eva Kamande African Population and Health Research Center, Kenya. Women’s Struggles In Accessing Facility Based Delivery Services In Two Nairobi Slums: A Qualitative Study

Breakout Session: Nine

Room: Windy Town

Session Title Programmatic Interventions for Women’s Health
Session Theme Urban Health Care and Public Health Service Provision
Serial Speakers Name Organization/Institute Abstract Title
1 Touhidul Islam BRAC, Bangladesh Bridging the equity gap in MNCH services utilization in urban slums in Bangladesh: Experience from BRAC’s urban slum-based intervention
2 Md. Irfan Hossain Population Council, Bangladesh Impact of a cluster randomized trial study on sexual and reproductive health knowledge and practices of women and girls in urban slums of Dhaka, Bangladesh.
3 Praveen Kumar Pathak Department of Geography, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi, India Examining socioeconomic gradient in caesarean section deliveries in urban context-Evidence from India
4 Sia Msuya Northern Tanzania Determinants of Skilled Birth Attendance Use During Delivery Among Women Aged 15 – 49 Years In Arusha Region, Northern Tanzania
5 Aminata Diallo Intrahealth, Senegal Community Conversations approach that attack false beliefs around FP

Breakout Session: 10

Room: Harmony

Session Title Nutrition Attitudes, Beliefs And Practices
Session Theme Urban Health Care And Public Health Service Provision
Serial Speakers Name Organization/Institute Abstract Title
1 Harihar Sahoo International Institute for Population Sciences, India Clustering of child undernutrition among urban poor in India
2 Fred Cornelius Werikhe I Train and Evaluate Center (i-TEC), Uganda Adherence of malnourished clients to an outpatient therapeutic care program in a low income peri-urban setting
3 Rijuta Sawant Society for Nutrition, Education and Health Action, India Malnutrition and infant and young child feeding in informal settlements in Mumbai: findings from a census
4 Kakoli Borkotoky International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), Mumbai, India State Level Dietary Diversity and Child Undernutrition in Urban India: An Exploration using Multilevel Analysis
5 Dr Sophie Goudet Loughborough University, United Kingdom Cost effectiveness of a community management of acute malnutrition in Mumbai slums, India

Breakout Session: 11

Room: Executive Lounge

Session Title Universal Health Coverage: Health Financing And Insurance
Session Theme Urban Health Care And Public Health Service Provision
Serial Speakers Name Organization/Institute Abstract Title
1 Neeraj Verma Urban Health Resource Centre, India Collective Savings-Loans by Slum Women groups for Health, Education, Social Resilience
2 Ankita Siddhanta International Institute for Population Sciences, India Health Insurance and Health care utilization among Urban Poor of three cities in India
3 Gopal Kulkarni Institute of Health Management Pachod, India Estimating Out-of-Pocket Expenditure on health care in urban poor living in the slums of Pune city, India
4 Philip Ayizem Dalinjong Navrongo Health Research Centre, Ghana Health Service, Ghana Health care utilization in urban northern Ghana: Is the National Health Insurance scheme making a difference?
5 Amrit Virk Thammasat University, Thailand From policy corridors to the implementation arena: exploring RSBY national health insurance implementation in India.

25 May 2015 || Monday || 1530 – 1700

Breakout Session: 12

Room: Harmony

Session Title REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND FAMILY PLANNING: DEMAND GENERATION For COMMUNITY HEALTH WORKERS Panel Two
Session Theme Reproductive Health And Family Planning
Serial Speakers Name Organization/Institute Abstract Title
1 Pauline Bakibinga African Population and Health Research Center, Kenya Increasing Utilization of Health Facilities for Reproductive and Maternity Services in Urban Informal Settlements Through Strengthened Public-Private Partnerships: Preliminary Results From An Intervention
2 Divine Akpan Society for Family Health, Nigeria Internal Quality of Audit of Family Planning Services In A Social Franchise
3 Divya Vyas Indian Institute of Health Management Research (IIHMR), India Out-of-Pocket Health Expenditure on Facility-Based Maternity Care Among Women Living in Urban Slums of Rajathan, India
4 Kashif Shafique Dow University of Health Sciences, Pakistan Socioeconomic Inequalities in use of Modern Contraceptive Methods Among Pakistani Urban Population: Findings From Demographic and Health Surveys/
5 Bikesh Bajracharya Nepali German Health Sector Support Programme Maternal Health Disparities Among Women In Urban Nepal

Breakout Session: 13

Room: Carnival

Session Title Under Nutrition And Over Nutrition: Causes And Consequences
Session Theme Urban Health Care And Public Health Service Provision
Serial Speakers Name Organization/Institute Abstract Title
1 Seema Puri Institute of Home Economics, India Dual Forms of Malnutrition in Urban Slum Households in Delhi
2 Kakoli Borkotoky International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), Mumbai, India Increase in Food Secure Households and Intra-Urban Differentials in Dietary Diversity in India
3 Ruhina Binta A Ghani BRAC, Bangladesh Infant and Young Child Feeding Practices in Urban Slum of Bangladesh
4 Lalita Bhattacharjee Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Bangladesh Enhancing safety of street food by capacity building in Good Hygiene Practices (GHP) in Khulna
5 Karar Ahsan University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Bangladesh Under Nutrition and Feed Practices Among Children Living In Slums of Urban Bangladesh

Breakout Session: 14

Room: Windy Town

Session Title The Health And Wellbeing Of Children Living In Urban Environments
Session Theme Social And Economic Determinants Of Urban Health Disparities
Serial Speakers Name Organization/Institute Abstract Title
1 Ashish Kumar Gupta International Institute for Population Sciences, India Urban Neighborhood Context and Infant mortality in High focus States of India
2 Mahmuda Ali Dhaka North City Corporation, Bangladesh Knowledge of mother on valid and invalid immunization having under 1 year children in selected urban primary health care clinics of Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC)
3 Kaushlendra Kumar Evidence Action, India Child Health in Slum and Non Slum Areas of Urban India: does living environment matters?
4 Sumoni Mukherjee Population Foundation of India, India Impact of household environment and location of the slum on child health across four cities in India

Breakout Session: 15

Room: Executive Lounge

Session Title Health Services Delivery And Utilization
Session Theme Urban Health Care And Public Health Service Provision
Serial Speakers Name Organization/Institute Abstract Title
1 Syed Jafar Raza Rizvi ICDDR’B, Bangladesh And what about men? Care seeking behavior among the urban poor in Bangladesh
2 Sadia Shabnam BRAC, Bangladesh Promoting safe maternal, newborn and child health practices in urban slums in Bangladesh
3 Praveen Chokhandre International Institute for Population Sciences, Mumbai, India Coverage Gap and its covariates in MCH services for Urban India in Count Down to 2015
4 Jillian Gedeon International Youth Alliance for Family Planning, Canada Youth Choose Family Planning: a look at the International Youth Alliance for Family Planning (IYAFP) creation and progress.
5 Atsuro Tsutsumi UNU-IIGH, Malaysia. Mental health and disability in Urbanization.