ADVANCE FAMILY PLANNING at ICFP

We're attending the International Conference on Family Planning

See a schedule of AFP-affiliated conference events, presentations, and panel discussions below. For the full schedule including topical and CEO roundtables, the Advocacy & Accountability track (see the full A&A at ICFP guide), and more, visit: www.fpconference.org. Check the ICFP2016 mobile app for the latest location and time information.

Thurs, Jan 21st – Mon, Jan 25th, 2016

 

PRE-CONFERENCE Events

  • Fostering Locally-driven Advocacy for Family Planning Workshop (by invitation only)
    Advance Family Planning
    Thursday, 8:30 AM – Sunday, 5:30 PM (see separate agenda)
  • ICFP Youth Pre-Conference (for registered attendees only)
    Advance Family Planning and co-hosts
    Sunday, 8:00 AM – Monday, 3:00 PM (see separate agenda)

Tuesday Jan 26th, 2016

 

Preformed Panel

  • Fulfilling the Promise of Family Planning through Decentralization
    Tuesday, 10:30 AM - 11:50 AM
    Location: Uluwatu 1
    Moderator: Duff Gillespie, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
    Session 1.1.02
    - Enabling county leaders to act on a commitment they never made: Overcoming barriers to achieving FP2020 in Kenya
    Sam Mulyanga, Jhpiego-Kenya
    - Strengthening Local Ownership through District Working Groups
    Inne Silviane, Yayasan Cipta Cara Padu Foundation (YCCP)
  • Seeing the Forest for the Trees: Tools to Build the Capacity of Family Planning Advocates
    Tuesday, 4:20 PM - 5:40 PM
    Location: Singaraja Hall 2
    Moderator: Angeline Mutunga, Jhpiego Kenya
    Session 1.4.10:
    - Breaking Down Global Goals into Quick Wins to Catalyze Change
    Halima Shariff, Director, Center for Communication Programs, Tanzania
    - Using Evidence Effectively for Advocacy
    Elizabeth Leahy Madsen, Senior Technical Advisor, Palladium
    - L’appui technique et de plaidoyer d’un point de vue local
    Fatou Ndiaye Turpin, Directrice de Programmes, Réseau Siggil Jigeen

Advocacy & Accountability Salon

  • A&A Skills Building Workshop ­– Crafting an Effective Advocacy Strategy
    Tuesday, 10:30 AM – 11:50 AM
    Location: Uluwatu 3
    Angela Mutunga, Jhpiego Kenya and Habeeb Salami, Pathfinder Nigeria
  • Domesticating the Sustainable Development Goals
    Tuesday, 3:30 PM – 4:30
    Location: Uluwatu 3
    Erica Belanger, IPPF

Concurrent Oral Sessions

  • The Role of Private Sector in Family Planning / Le rôle du secteur privé dans la planification familiale
    Tuesday, 10:30 AM - 11:50 AM
    Location: Legian 8
    Session 1.1.19: Expanding access of integrated family planning, maternal, child and sexual reproductive health services through social franchising: Huduma Poa case study, Kenya, Monica Oguttu, Kisumu Medical and Education Trust (KMET): Opportunity Fund  

     
  • What Helps Achieve Contraceptive Security? / Qu'est-ce qui permet d'atteindre la sécurité contraceptive?
    Tuesday, 12:00 PM - 1:20 PM
    Location: Legian 2
    Session 1.2.14: Leveraging the Private Sector to Achieve Contraceptive Security: Uganda’s Alternative Distribution Strategy, Kenneth Nyehoora Mugumya, Uganda Family Planning Consortium
  • District-level Advocacy to Ensure Sustainability of Family Planning Programs in West Lombok, Indonesia
    Tuesday, 12:00 PM - 1:20 PM
    Location: Legian 7
    Session 1.2.18: The role of Advocacy in Family Planning / Le rôle du plaidoyer dans la planification familiale, Mohammad Abdullah, Lombok Barat District Health Office

Poster Presentations

Poster Session 1 - Tuesday, 10:00 AM - 1:20 PM

  • Bringing Family Planning from the Background to the Limelight at Sub National Level in 4 Ugandan Districts
    Location: Jimbaran and Uluwatu Lobbies
    Simon Richard Mugenyi, Reproductive Health Uganda

Poster Session 2 - Tuesday, 2:20 PM - 5:40 PM

  • Engagement des autorités communales à la promotion de la planification familiale au Burkina Faso
    Location: Jimbaran and Uluwatu Lobbies
    Brigitte Syan, Equilibres & Populations
  • Why don’t couples use the contraceptive that’s best for them? Social determinants of LAPM non-use in Indonesia
    Location: Jimbaran and Uluwatu Lobbies
    Rita Damayanti, Center for Health Research Universitas Indonesia
  • Does Better Knowledge Lead to Better Use? Increasing uptake of long-acting and permanent contraceptive methods in Indonesia
    Location: Jimbaran and Uluwatu Lobbies
    Christiana Titaley, Center for Health Research Universitas Indonesia     
  • Midwives’ perceptions on provision of LAPM services:  Challenges and strategies
    Location: Jimbaran and Uluwatu Lobbies
    Christiana Titaley, Center for Health Research Universitas Indonesia

Topical Roundtable

  • New Evidence to Support Subnational Family Planning Budgets
    Tuesday, 1:20 PM -2:20 PM
    Location: Singaraja Hall 1, Topical Lunch Roundtable 15
    Kaja Jurczynska, The Palladium Group

Workshop

On-site Auxiliary Event

  • Johns Hopkins Alumni and Friends Reception
    Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; Gates Institute
    Tuesday, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
    Location: Uluwatu 7

Wednesday Jan 27th, 2016

 

Marketplace of Ideas

  • The Power of SMART: One Simple Secret to Effective Advocacy
    Wednesday, 10:00 AM – 10:15 AM
    Location: Exhibit Hall
    Beth Fredrick
    Advance Family Planning

Preformed Panel

  • Towards New Horizons? Building a sustainable global financing architecture for family planning
    Wednesday, 10:30 AM - 11:50 AM
    Location: Kintamani 2
    Moderator: John Skibiak, RHSC
    Session 2.1.05
    - How will the Global Financing Facility (GFF) deliver for family planning in Kenya?
     Angeline Mutunga, Jhpiego Kenya

Advocacy & Accountability Salon

  • A&A Skills Building Workshop ­– Accountability Toolkit
    Wednesday, 10:30 AM – 11:50 AM
    Location: Uluwatu 3
    Moses Muwonge, Samasha Medical Foundation and Wendy Turnbull, PAI
  • Contribution du secteur privé à la promotion de la PF
    Wednesday, 2:30 PM – 3:20
    Location: Uluwatu 3
    Brigitte Syan, EquiPop

Concurrent Oral Sessions

  • Advocating for family planning and being accountable / Plaider la cause de la planification familiale et rendre des comptes
    Wednesday, 12:00 PM - 1:20 PM
    Location: Kintamani 3
    Session 2.2.06: Decentralization by Devolution in Tanzania: Opportunities and Challenges for FP policy and funding, James Mlali, Health Promotion Tanzania (HDT)
  • Critical correlates of family planning: Strategic assessment, politics, consent / Corrélations critiques de la planification familiale: Bilan stratégique, politiques et consentement
    Wednesday, 2:30 PM - 3:50 PM
    Location: Legian 7
    Session 2.3.18: Understanding Contraceptive Method Mismatch: A key concept for improving LAPM uptake in Indonesia, Rita Damayanti, Center for Health Research Universitas Indonesia; Melania Hidayat, UNFPA Indonesia

Topical Roundtable

  • The Sustainability Development Goals and Family Planning:  Country Ownership
    Wednesday, 1:20 PM - 2:20 PM
    Location: Singaraja Hall 1, Topical Lunch Roundtable 15
    Beth Fredrick, Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health
  • Decentralization: The Critical Importance of Achieving Subnational Ownership of Family Planning
    Wednesday, 1:20 PM - 2:20 PM
    Location: Singaraja Hall 1, Topical Lunch Roundtable 18
    Duff Gillespie, Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health
  • Advocating for Family Planning in Francophone Africa (French)
    Wednesday, 1:20 PM - 2:20 PM
    Location: Singaraja Hall 1, Topical Lunch Roundtable 19
    Alison Bodenheimer, Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health

Poster Presentation

Poster Session 3 - Wednesday, 10:00 AM - 1:20 PM

  • Family Planning Advocacy in Nigeria: Integrated Tools for Effective Evidence-based Messaging
    Location: Jimbaran and Uluwatu Lobbies
    Habeeb Salami, Pathfinder, Nigeria

Off-site Auxiliary Event

  • Sayana Press: An all-in-one 3-month injectable and the promise of home and self-injection
    PATH
    Wednesday, 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    Location: Laguna Resort, Balai Raya A ballroom
    Arsene Binanga, Tulane International; Gates Foundation; Children Investment Fund Foundation; Uganda Ministry of Health; USAID

Thursday Jan 28th, 2016

 

Concurrent Oral Sessions

  • Plaidoyer reussi pour la creation de conditions favorables à la délégation des tâches au Burkina Faso
    Thursday, 10:30 AM - 11:50 AM
    Location: Mengwi 1+2
    Session 3.1.11 Programmatic, client and Ebola epidemic barriers to family planning in Francophone Africa / Barrières liées aux programmes, clientes et à l'épidémie Ebola face à la planification familiale en Afrique francophone, Brigitte Syan, Equilibres & Populations

PREFORMED PANEL

  • Ensuring access to sexual and reproductive health care for people with disabilities / Assurer l'accès à la santé sexuelle et reproductive pour les personnes à mobilité réduite
    Thursday, 12:00 PM – 1:20 PM
    Location: Legian 5
    Moderators: Beth Fredrick, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health and Qaisar Ahmed
    Session 3.2.16

Poster Presentations

Poster Session 5 - Thursday, 10:00 AM - 1:20 PM

  • Regional Strategic Planning and Advocacy Workshop: Best Practice of BKKBN: A Preliminary Result of KB KENCANA Program 
    Location: Jimbaran and Uluwatu Lobbies
    Mohamad Iqbal Apriansyah, National Population and Family Planning Board (BKKBN) Indonesia; Heri Haerudin, Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Program, Indonesia; Djuwartini Sutrisno, National Population and Family Planning Board, Indonesia; Ambar Rahayu, BKKBN; Julianto Witjaksono, National Population and Family Planning Board, Indonesia; Sri Supiaty, Cipta Cara Padu Foundation.
  • Community-Level Advocacy in Indonesia: Ensuring that village funding includes family planning
    Location: Jimbaran and Uluwatu Lobbies
    Dini Haryati, Cipta Cara Padu Foundation; Farida Alfawati, Lumajang District Family Planning Office
  • Successfully Leveraging Government Investment in Advocacy Capacity Building: An Indonesia Case Study
    Location: Jimbaran and Uluwatu Lobbies
    Elfira Nacia, YCCP; Inne Silviane, Cipta Cara Padu Foundation; Mohamad Iqbal Apriansyah, National Population and Family Planning Board (BKKBN) Indonesia; Julianto Witjaksono, National Population and Family Planning Board, Indonesia
  • Using advocacy to increase political commitment and financial investment to FP; the case of Busia County in Kenya 
    Location: Jimbaran and Uluwatu Lobbies
    Ochieng Jacob Ajwang, Centre for Study of Adolescence; Opportunity Fund; Hellen Owino, Centre for the Study of Adolescence; Imali Ngusale, Centre for Study of Adolescence
  • Progress and Challenges to the Decentralization of Health Programs in East Africa
    Location: Jimbaran and Uluwatu Lobbies
    Angeline Mutunga, Jhpiego Kenya; Halima Shariff, Advance Family Planning

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