Session 117:
New Approaches to Family Planning Service Delivery and Research

Friday, May 2
2:30 PM - 4:20 PM
Carver
2nd Floor

Chair: Amy Tsui, Johns Hopkins University
Discussant: Gustavo Angeles, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  1. The Impact of a Microfinance Program on Client Perceptions of the Quality of Care Provided by Private Sector Midwives in UgandaSohail Agha, Tulane University; Asma Balal, Commercial Market Strategies; Francis Ogojo-Okello, Commercial Market Strategies

  2. The Costs of Expanding an Intervention to Improve the Quality of Care in Ministry of Health Clinics in EgyptBarbara S. Janowitz, Family Health International; Stirling Cummings, Family Health International; Ibrahim Kharboush, Population Council; Laila Nawar, Population Council; Sara Loza, Social Planning, Analysis and Administration Consultants (SPAAC); Susan E. Adamchak, Family Health International

  3. Provider Motivation in Social Franchises for Reproductive HealthDominic Montagu, University of California, Berkeley; Kristin Bradbury, University of California, Berkeley; Bella P. Uttekar, Center for Operations Research and Training (CORT)

  4. Are People Willing to Pay for Contraceptive? Implications on PolicyGloria Chepngeno, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC); Frederick Mugisha, African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC)

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