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Appendix A: Workshop Agenda
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... Appendix A Workshop Agenda National Research Council Committee on Population Workshop on Recent Trends in Fertility in Sub-Saharan Africa June 15-16, 2015 National Academy of Sciences Building 2101 Constitution Avenue, NW, Room 120 Washington, DC Day 1, June 15 Time Topic Participants Breakfast available at 8:30 9:00–9:30 Welcome, introductions, Peter Donaldson and Tom and workshop Plewes overview Session 1: 9:30–10:45 Jacob Adetunji, Chair Trends in Fertility in and Discussant sub-Saharan Africa 9:30–10:00 Africa's unique fertility John Bongaarts transition 10:00–10:30 Fertility decline Ann Biddlecom, Patrick patterns and scenarios Gerland, and Vladimira of future fertility Kantorova change in sub-Saharan Africa 10:30–10:45 Discussion Jacob Adetunji 69
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... 70 RECENT FERTILITY TRENDS IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA Session 2: 10:45 a.m.– Jean-François Kobiané, 1:00 p.m. Chair and Discussant The Consequences of African Fertility Trends 10:45–11:15 Problems posed John Cleland and Kazuyo by a slow fertility Machiyama decline and continued population growth in sub-Saharan Africa 11:15–11:40 Morning break 11:40–12:10 Opportunities arising David Lam and Murray from demographic Leibbrandt changes in sub-Saharan Africa 12:10–12:40 A simulation model David Canning, Mahesh of the effect of family Karra, and Joshua Wild reduction on economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa 12:40–1:00 Discussion Jean-François Kobiané Lunch: 1:00–2:00 Session 3: 2:00–5:30 Cheikh Mbacké, Chair Trends in Reproductive and Discussant Behavior in Africa 2:00–2:30 Fertility desires and John Casterline and the course of fertility Samuel Agyei-Mensah decline in sub-Saharan Africa 2:30–3:00 Childbearing patterns: Ian Timaeus and Tom the importance of Moultrie birth spacing and postponement 3:00–3:30 Trends in age at Véronique Hertrich marriage and fertility 3:30–3:50 Afternoon break 3:50–4:20 Socioeconomic trends Parfait Eloundou-Enyegue and their impact on fertility
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... abortion on fertility in Darroch Africa: Estimates for 2003-2014 9:30–10:00 The role of traditional Clémentine Rossier and methods in family Jamaica Corker planning in Africa 10:00–10:30 Contraceptive Amy Tsui, Win Brown, preferences and and Qingfeng Li  practices 10:30–10:55 Morning break
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... 72 RECENT FERTILITY TRENDS IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA 10:55–11:30 Urbanization, slum Donatien Beguy, Blessing populations, unmet Mberu, and Alex Ezeh need, and family planning among the urban poor 11:30–12:00 Discussion Ndola Prata Lunch: 12:00–1:00 Session 5: 1:00–4:30 Jotham Musinguzi, Chair Policy Options and and Discussant Opportunities 1:00–1:30 Politics of population John May and family planning policies and programs 1:30–2:00 Panel: Donor Win Brown, perspectives on Sahlu Haile, Jane stalled fertility and its Edmondson (invited) , implications in sub- Tim Evans, and Saharan Africa Ellen Starbird 2:00–3:15 Afternoon break 3:15–4:05 Panel: Scientific Julie DaVanzo, perspectives on Alex Ezeh, stalled fertility and its James Phillips, and implications in sub- Eliya Zulu Saharan Africa 4:05–4:30 Workshop wrap-up: Peter Donaldson and Tom Dissemination and Plewes publication plans

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