Gates Institute Represented at the 2017 IUSSP International Population Conference

The Gates Institute is attending the IUSSP International Population Conference, taking place October 29 through November 4 in Cape Town, South Africa.

A major international conference, the IPC draws more than 2,000 scientists, practitioners and policymakers in the global population community to address recent research on population trends and issues and discuss actions and policy responses to the challenges posed by population phenomena. The IPC takes place every four years.

Gates Institute staff are organizing and participating in a number of meetings this week. Below are presentations given by Gates Institute staff and affiliates.

Presentation Title Day/Time & Location   Presenters
Devolution of Power and Public Policy: The Potential of Local Governments to Address Population Issues

Monday, October 30

2 to 2:15 pm

Cape Town International Convention Centre - Ball Room West (simultaneous interpretation)

Beth Fredrick, AFP

Celia Karp, AFP

Age-adjusted measurement of contraceptive use: Does it better explain the relationship between fertility and contraception?​

Tuesday, November 1

9 to 9:15 am

Cape Town International Convention Centre - Meeting Room 1.61-1.62 (simultaneous interpretation)

Yoonjoung Choi, PMA2020

Madeleine Short Fabic, USAID

Jacob Adetunji, USAID

Sexual Activity and Contraceptive Method Selection in Young Adult Women

Thursday, November 2

3:45 to 4 pm

Cape Town International Convention Centre - Ball Room West (simultaneous interpretation)

 

Susannah Gibbs, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Yasamin Kusunoki, University of Michigan

Caroline Moreau, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health/Gates Institute-affiliated faculty

Typhoons, child mortality, and excess fertility in a disaster-prone country

Friday, November 3

1:45 to 2 pm

Cape Town International Convention Centre - Meeting Room 1.43-1.44

J.M. Ian Salas, Gates Institute
Monitoring progress in equality for the Sustainable Development Goals: a case study of meeting demand for family planning

Friday, November 3

3:30 to 3:45 pm

Cape Town International Convention Centre - Ball Room East (simultaneous interpretation)

Yoonjoung Choi, PMA2020

Madeleine Short Fabic, USAID

Date:
Sunday, October 29, 2017 - 10:00
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