Demand Generation and Social Change

SESSIONS

Session Session Title
1.3.08 SRHR Indicators in a Post-2015 World: Where We Are and Where We Need to Go / Indicateurs des droits de SSR dans le monde post-2015: Où nous sommes et vers où nous devons nous diriger
1.3.14 Myths and misconceptions about contraception: The need for an evidence-based approach / Mythes et préjugés sur la contraception: Le besoin d’une approche fondée sur des résultats prouvés
1.3.16 Family Planning Service Delivery models / Modèles de prestation de services de planification familiale
1.4.19 Health systems strengthening for family planning / Renforcement des systèmes de santé pour la planification familiale
2.1.02 Demand Creation and Overcoming Cultural and Informational Barriers to Contraceptive Use / Créer de la demande et surmonter les barrières culturelles et informatives à l’utilisation contraceptive
2.1.11 Demand generation and social change / Création de la demande et changement social
2.1.13 Expanding FP Reach through Multi-Media Programs / Étendre la portée de la PF à travers des programmes multimedias
2.2.15 Nourish and Protect: Re-envisioning and revitalizing communication around LAM and return to fecundity to bolster family planning and infant feeding outcomes / Nourrir et protéger: Repenser et revitaliser la communication sur la MAMA et le retour à la fécondité pour renforcer les résultats de planification familiale et nutrition des nouveaux-nés
2.1.16 Leveraging Community Resources to Meet demand / Mettre à profit les ressources communautaires pour répondre à la demande
2.2.20 It Takes Two – Couple decsionmaking and FP acceptability / Il en faut deux: Prise de décision des couples et acceptabilité de la PF
2.3.09 Strengthening Individual and Social Assets: Can We Do Better to Address the Needs of Adolescents? / Renforcer les avantages individuels et sociaux: Peut-on faire mieux pour améliorer les besoins des adolescents?
2.3.20 Delivery systems: Approaches to Ensuring Supply and Affordability / Systèmes de prestation de services: Approches pour assurer l’approvisionnement et l’accessibilité financière
2.4.06 Dimensions of contraceptive acceptability: New methods, new settings / Dimensions de l’acceptabilité de la contraception: Nouvelles méthodes, nouvelles situations
2.4.15 Men and family planning: Visible and invisible champions / Les hommes et la planification familiale: Les champions visibles et invisibles
2.4.19 The dividends and deficits of contraceptive demand / Dividendes et déficits de la demande contraceptive
3.1.16 Unpacking family planning preferences, intention and use / Préférences, intention et utiilisation de la planification familiale
3.1.18 Inspiring, motivating, re-invigorating: Generating demand for family planning / Inspirer, motiver, revigorer: Génération de la demande pour la planification familiale
3.1.19 Meeting the Need: Contraceptive demand and Use / Répondre aux besoins: Demande et utilisation contraceptive
3.2.04 Community approaches to demand creation: Supporting young people and community members to demand family planning services among their peers / Approches communautaires de la création de la demande: Soutenir les jeunes et les membres de la communauté dans leur demande de services de planification familiale face à leurs pairs
3.2.05 Lights, Camera, Impact: Entertainment Education Innovation / Lumières, caméra, impact: Innovation de l’éducation par le divertissement
3.2.12 On the Ground: Improving Access to Family Planning through Community Health Workers / Sur le terrain: Améliorer l’accès à la planification familiale via les Agents de Santé Communautaire

 

 

AUXILIARY EVENTS

TUESDAY, 26 JANUARY (7:00 – 8:20)

Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Location
Best Practices in Expanding Access to Long-Acting Reversible Contraception in Asia Pacific and South East Asia MSD Singaraja Hall 2

 

TUESDAY, 26 JANUARY (18:00 – 19:30)

Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Location
The Power of Collective Change: A reception and dialogue about normative transformation to promote adolescent sexual and reproductive health Passages Project Team: Institute for Reproductive Health, Georgetown University (IRH); FHI 360, John Hopkins Global Early Adolescent Study (GEAS), Population Services International (PSI), Save the Children, Tearfund Seminyak Lounge
Young women’s decision making on family planning and the role of social norms and religious beliefs Progressio, Christian Connections for International Health Mengwi 3+5
Counting it up: Getting to the heart of how we define additional, new, first-time users and adopters of contraception Marie Stopes International; Avenir Health Legian 3
Achieving Gender Equality through Engaging Men’s Participation in Family Planning; Stories of Impact MenCare+ Program in Indonesia PKBI Lampung; PULIH Foundation; IPPF East Java Chapter (PKBI Jawa Timur); Rutgers WPF Indonesia Legian 5
Changing norms and reducing stigma: Implementing innovations to expand access to quality PAC services *ends at 20:00 PAC Consortium; EngenderHealth; Bixby Center for Population, Health, & Sustainability; Gynuity Health Projects; IntraHealth International; Ipas; Jhpiego; Pathfinder International; Population Council Nusa Dua Beach Hotel & Spa (Keraton Room)


WEDNESDAY, 27 JANUARY (7:00 – 8:20)

Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Location
An Afterthought? Men’s uptake of and support for Family Planning in Sub-Saharan Africa Sonke Gender Justice Legian 3

 

WEDNESDAY, 27 JANUARY (18:00 – 19:30)

Event Title Sponsoring Organization(s) Location
World Vasectomy Day: Inspiring Men to rise up for their partners, their children, their communities and our futurey World Vasectomy Day; Partners in Population and Development Uluwatu 1