Session 91:
The Antecedents of Unmet Need for Family Planning

Friday, May 10
10:30 AM - 12:20 PM
De Kalb
2nd Floor

Chair: Hantamalala Rafalimanana, United Nations
Discussant: Jacob Adetunji, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)

  1. Empty Pockets: Estimating Ability to Pay for Family PlanningRussell A Green, University of California at Berkeley

  2. The Impact of Provider-Defined Service Improvements for Family Planning in TurkeyAmy Tsui, Johns Hopkins University; Ersin Topcuoglu, Management Sciences for Health, Turkey; Pinar Senlet, U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID)

  3. The "X" Factor: Birth-Spacers, an Under-Served Population: Demand and Responsiveness to Demand for Birth SpacingSusan Eudy, Intrah/PRIME Project; William H. Jansen, Intrah/PRIME Project; Rich Mason, Intrah/PRIME Project; Dianna Frick, Intrah/PRIME Project

  4. Gender Relations and Contraceptive Use Dynamics: Longitudinal Evidence from EgyptFatma El-Zanaty, Egypt Demographic and Health Surveys; Laila El-Zeini, American University in Cairo

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