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Monday, December 6 / 17:00 - 18:30 UTC

Poster Session 4

39. Influence of COVID-19 on Family Planning: Case of BulgariaMariana Mourgova, University of National And World Economy Sofia Bulgaria; Petya Andreeva, PhD, MD, Associate Professor, Shterev Hospital, Sofia, Bulgaria; South-West University, Blagoevgrad.

40. Temperature, Sexual Behavior, and the Internet: What Can We Learn From Google Searches?Joshua K. Wilde, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR); Sophie Lohmann, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR); Wei Chen, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR).

41. Is Education the “Window of Hope” to reducing HIV transmissions in Southern Africa? Evidence from Six recent Country DHS Data.Million Phiri, University Of Zambia; Nkuye Moyo, University Of Zambia.

42. Partner’s controlling behavior as a mediator of the association between sociodemographic variables and risk of intimate partner violence in HaitiGuéter Port-Louis, El Colegio de Mexico.

43. A GIS-based Modeling Approach to Assess Physical Access to Family Planning Services in South SudanMohamed Abd salam EL Vilaly, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA; Frankline Echerue, UNFPA; Maureen Johns, UNFPA; Wellington Mbithi, UNFPA; Sainan Zhang, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA); Witness Chirinda, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).

44. The diffusion of scientific knowledge on family planning behavior: when, where, how and by whom is research being done?Aasli Nur, University of Washington; Aliakbar Akbaritabar, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research (MPIDR); Maria Vignau Loria, University of Washington; Noah Coolman, University of Washington; Xinguang Fan, Peking University; Sara Curran, University of Washington, Seattle.

45. Gap analysis of Child Marriages and Early and Forced Unions (CMEFU) in ColombiaYessica Carabali Mendoza, Consultant on gender, rights and interculturality at UNFPA; Estefania Mosquera Gómez, Data processing and analysis consultant at UNFPA; Laura Lozano, Gender, Rights and Interculturality Advisor; Carlos Ramirez Hernandez, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).

46. Prevalence and determinants of experience of physical violence among ever-partnered women age 18-35 years in South AfricaMluleki Tsawe, North-West University; Stephina K. Mbele, North-West University.

47. Family Planning And Fertility Trends In Rural And Urban Communities Of Lagos Nigeria: A Key Policy LeverKikelomo Wright, Lagos State University College of Medicine & Teaching Hospital; Modupe Akinyinka, Lagos State University College of Medicine Nigeria; Bisola Adebayo, Lagos State University College of Medicine Nigeria; Khadija Bashir, Lagos State University Teaching Hospital Nigeria; Funmilade Adepoju, Lagos State University Teaching Hospital Nigeria; Aderinsola Anifowose, Lagos State University Teaching Hospital Nigeria; Aduragbemi Banke-Thomas, London School of Economics and Political Science, London; Onipede Wusu, Lagos State University.

48. Do the changes in classification of traditional methods of contraception influence tCPR estimates in sub-Saharan African countries?Nurudeen Alhassan, African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP); Maame Peterson, African Institute for Development Policy; Nyovani Madise, African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP); Nicholas Adam, African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP).

49. Traditional contraception in modern times: a methodological enquiry in measurement of traditional methods of contraceptive use in four African countriesNaa Dodoo, University of Ghana; Maame Peterson, African Institute for Development Policy; Nyovani Madise, African Institute for Development Policy (AFIDEP).

50. Housework and Mental Health of Adolescent Girls and Boys in IndiaNancy Luke, Pennsylvania State University; Ashley Gibby, Brigham Young University.

51. Profiles of migrants into Hyderabad Urban agglomerationSandhya Srigiriraju, University Of Hyderabad.

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