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Seminar on: Unintended pregnancy among the young: correlates and consequences, 1-3 December 2014

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Objective:

to bring together scientists, policy makers and programme managers to present and discuss the available evidence on the levels and trends in unintended pregnancy among the young and the various approaches used to meet the family planning and reproductive health information and service needs of adolescent and young women who experience unintended pregnancy.

Agenda: Full program (download)

Monday, 1 December 2014 Time 08:30-17:00 hr

Session 1: Opening of the seminar

Session 2: Unintended pregnancy among the young: levels, patterns and correlates

Session 3: Risk factors for unintended pregnancy among married young women

Session 4: Risk factors for unintended pregnancy among unmarried young women

Tuesday, 2 December 2014 Time 08:30-17:00 hr

Session 5: Abortion seekers, patterns, outcomes: unmarried young women

Session 6: Risk factors for unintended pregnancy among married young women

Session 7: Outcomes and consequences of unintended pregnancy

Session 8: Closing session

Meeting Venue: 

Novotel Bangkok  Pleonchit Sukhumwit, Bangkok, Thailand

Ruamrudee Balloom, the 9th floor

Date:  

1-2 December 2014

Participants:  (List of participants)

30 oversea participants from China, India, Thailand, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Philippines, Australia, Iran, Brunei, and Nepal, and about 25 local participants

Panel member

Lou Chaohua (SIPPR, Shanghai, China)

Phil Guest (Mahidol University, Bangkok, Thailand)

Meimanat Hosseini (ANU, Canberra, Australia (and Iran))

Maria Midea M Kabamalan (University of Philippines, Manila, Philippines)

Shireen Jejeebhoy (Population Council, New Delhi)

Mahesh Puri (CREHPA, Kathmandu, Nepal)

Organized by

The Asian Population Association' s scientific Group on Pathways to Adulthood in Asia

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Institute for Population and Social Research (IPSR), Mahidol University
Salaya, Nakhon Pathom 73170 THAILAND
Tel: + 66 (0) 2441 0201 Fax: +66 (0) 2441 9333
Website : www.ipsr.mahidol.ac.th

 Supported by

Asian Population Association

Ford Foundation

Packard Foundation

UNFPA

UNICEF

Wellcome Trust

Further information

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