The reproductive health/family planning track at the International Conference on Urban Health (March 8-12, Dhaka, Bangladesh) invites abstracts that address reproductive, maternal, neonatal and child health (RMNCH) in the urban environment, especially approaches that target poor women and women living in slums. This forum will share results, challenges, and ongoing work among leading RMNCH providers, policymakers, researchers, and evaluators of RMNCH activities in Bangladesh and worldwide. Areas of special interest include addressing disparities in access to maternal, newborn, and child health services, quality of services, and programs that target youth sexual and reproductive health behaviors to prevent unintended pregnancy.
Researchers, program providers, advocates, and others working in RMNCH are invited to submit abstracts for workshops, paper presentations, and poster sessions. A limited number of scholarships are available for those applicants from developing countries whose abstracts are accepted for presentation.
Go to the conference website for more information and to submit abstracts.
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