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

Poster Session 5

98. All they need is love: Union formation among same-sex and different-sex couples in BrazilPaula Miranda-Ribeiro, CEDEPLAR, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais; Luísa Cardoso Guedes de Souza, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais (UFMG).

99. Life expectancy in intergenerational transfers of money, by different living arrangements among Costa Ricans aged 60 and over.Gilbert Brenes-Camacho, CCP, Universidad de Costa Rica.

100. Associate factors to COVID-19 magnitude in developing countries: Is there an African specificity?Jean-François Kobiané, Institut Supérieur des Sciences de la Population/Université Joseph Ki-Zerbo; Sibi Guissou, Doctorant à l'ISSP.

101. Improving income and empowering self-help group members through a goat rearing initiative in Bihar, IndiaShivani Singh, Population Coun; Supriya Verma, Population Council; Ankit Nanda, Population Council; Ruchika Mathur, Population Council; Surendra Singh, Population Council; Avishek Hazra, Population Council.

102. The meaning of bridewealth in 21st century GhanaNaa Dodua Dodoo, University of Ghana; Charlotte Ofori, Regional Institute for Population Studies (RIPS).

103. Under-five death and uptake of healthcare services for subsequent children: Evidence from seven high mortality countries in Sub-Saharan AfricaJoshua O. Akinyemi, University of Ibadan; Sunday Adedini, Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Nigeria; Olanrewaju Eniade, University of Ibadan.

104. Understand the Rural-Urban Patterns of Under-Five Mortality by Mother’s Education in India: A Trend Analysis of Four National Family Health Surveys from 1992-92 to 2016-15Moradhvaj Dhakad, Austrian Academy of Science; Samir KC, IIASA.

105. Causal pathways between religion and depression in the South African populationThembelihle Q. Luthuli, University of KwaZulu-Natal.

106. Trajectories of Lived Experiences of People Living with Diabetes Mellitus in Africa: An Evidence Mapping of Conceptual FrameworkDesmond Klu, Institute of Health Research, University of Health and Allied Sciences, Ghana; Robert Alhassan, Centre for Health Policy and Implementation, Institute of Health Research, University of Health and Allied Sciences; Maxwell Dalaba, Centre for Non-Communicable Diseases Research, Institute of Health Research, University of Health and Allied Sciences; Phidelia Doegah, Centre for Non-Communicable Diseases Research, Institute of Health Research, University of Health and Allied Sciences; Seth Owusu-Agyei, Centre for Non-Communicable Diseases Research, Institute of Health Research, University of Health and Allied Sciences.

107. Evaluation of the impact of HIV-AIDS prevention programmes on the sexual behaviour of adolescents and young people in Côte d'Ivoire.Tiassigué Kone, ONG Alliance Côte d'ivoire.

108. Gender and social inequalities in disability-free life expectancy among older adults in Italian regionsMargherita Moretti, Sapienza Università di Roma; Cosmo Strozza, Interdisciplinary Centre on Population Dynamics, University of Southern Denmark.

109. A Capability Approach to Gender Inequality in Reproductive Decision-Making: Case of the Reang Tribe of IndiaAnindita Sinha, The Icfai University Tripura.

110. Social inequalities in healthy longevity in AustraliaKim Xu, The Australian National University; Collin Payne, Australian National University.

112. Mapping the characteristics of un- and under-vaccinated childrenAdelle Wigley, University of Southampton; Chigozie E Utazi, School of Geography and Environmental Science, University of Southampton; Andrew J. Tatem, University of Southampton; Natalia Tejedor, University of Southampton.

113. Pratique de l’allaitement précoce au Burkina Faso « le premier vaccin du nourrisson » : évolution de la contribution des facteurs explicatifs de 1993 à 2010.Ousmane Ouédraogo, institut Supérieur des Sciences de La Population De L’université Joseph Ki-zerbo.

114. Determinants of Multi-morbidity of Infectious Diseases Among Under-five Children of Bangladesh: Role of Community ContextRashmi Rashmi, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS); Ronak Paul, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

115. The interaction effect of child maintenance and family changes on the depressive symptoms of South African men: Insights from a Tobit mixed modelMarifa Muchemwa, University of The Witwatersrand; Clifford Odimwegu, University of the Witwatersrand.

116. Measuring child poverty from a children's rights perspectiveJosue Sauri Garcia, El Colegio de Mexico.

117. Evaluating disparities in cancer rate and patterns in rural and urban areas and assessing the psychosocial health of cancer patients in IndiaBarsha Halder, International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS).

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