Monday, December 6 / 16:00 - 17:30 UTC

Session 31
Contraceptive Dynamics: Supply Side Issues

Chair: Linnea Eitmann, .

1. Understanding modern contraceptive supply dynamics: a latent class analysis of the CM4FP project's longitudinal outlet data from NigeriaJustin Archer, Independent Consultant; Paul Bouanchaud, Population Services International (PSI); Bo Hu, Londom School of Economics; Hildah Essendi, Population Services Kenya; Chinedu Onyezobi, Society for Family Health Nigeria; Mark Conlon, Population Services International; Julius Ngigi, Population Services Kenya; Anthony Nwala, SOCIETY FOR FAMILY HEALTH,NIGERIA; Peter Buyungo, Population Services International, Uganda; Noah Nyende, Population Services International-Uganda; Raymond Sudoi, Independent Consultant; Eden Demise, Population Services International; Baker Lukwago, PSI; Hoda Elmasry, Independent Researcher; Amanda Kalamar, Population Council; Nkemdiri Wheatley, Independent Researcher.

2. Differentiating local government performance in strengthening and scaling family planning programming: A mixed methods comparative case studyOluwayemisi Ishola, Kent State University; Emily Das, Population Services International, India; Moussa Faye, IntraHealth; Sarah Jane Holcombe, Bill & Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.

3. Family Planning Services and Human Capital Growth: Experimental Evidence from Urban MalawiDaniel Maggio, Cornell University; Mahesh Karra, Boston University; David Canning, Harvard University.

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