Monday, December 6 / 12:00 - 13:30 UTC

Session 19
Men as Part of the Sexual and Reproductive Health Equation

Chair: Priya Nanda, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

1. Effective use and barriers to effective use of male condoms among HIV negative people in Manicaland, Zimbabwe: An HIV Prevention Cascade analysisLouisa Moorhouse, Imperial College London; Robin Schaefer, Imperial College London; Jeff Eaton, Imperial College London; Constance Nyamukapa, Imperial College London; Ranjeeta Thomas, London School of Economics; Morten Skovdal, University of Copenhagen; Mike Pickles, Imperial College London; Rufurwokuda Maswera, Biomedical Research and Training Institute; Tawanda Dadirai, Biomedical Research and Training Institute; Timothy Hallett, Imperial College London; Simon Gregson, Imperial College London School of Public Health.

2. “We will die having sex” – perspectives on sex, sexuality and HIV among older adultsMakandwe Nyirenda, South African Medical Research Council, Burden Of Disease Unit; Sizakele Sukazi, South African Medical Research Council; Cebo Buthelezi, HIV Prevention Research Unit, SAMRC; Jill Hanass-Hancock, Gender and Health Research Unit, SAMRC.

3. Women’s autonomy and men’s concerns regarding contraception: exploring men’s experiences with Progesterone Vaginal Ring in three sub-Saharan African countriesFrancis Obare, Population Council; Fatou Mbow, Population Council; Saumya Ramarao, Population Council; Avishek Hazra, Population Council.

4. What emerging adults are saying about sexual and reproductive health programmes: Evidence from a suburb in Accra, GhanaLaud Sowah, University of Ghana,legon; Adriana A. Biney, Regional Institute for Population Studies (RIPS); Donatus Yaw Atiglo, Regional Institute for Population Studies (RIPS), University of Ghana, Legon, P. O. Box LG 96, Accra; Delali Badasu, Regional Institute for Population Studies; Augustine Ankomah, Population Council.

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