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Biennial AMREF Programme Meeting (BAPM) - 16th – 20th April 2012 Theme: “Creating a Culture of Evidence: Measuring and Communicating AMREF’s Results in Advancing the Health of Women and Children PROGRAMME

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Biennial AMREF Programme Meeting (BAPM) - 16th – 20th April 2012 Theme: “Creating a Culture of Evidence: Measuring and Communicating AMREF’s Results in Advancing the Health of Women and Children PROGRAMME

Objectives for the BAPM 1. To share the business plan with all internal stakeholders and achieve common purpose in programming, fundraising and programme management 2. To share scientific knowledge from programmes and research across the strategic direction (SD) areas of the business plan 3. To identify opportunities for AMREF in relation to the priority areas for programming, research and advocacy 4. To enhance performance of the implementation and management

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5. To share institutional knowledge and best practices

The BAPM tracks Track 1: AMREF’s policies and systems : supporting the implementation of the business plan Track 2: Scientific evidence from M&E and Research Track 2.1 Making pregnancies safer and expanding reproductive health Track 2.2 Preventing neonatal death and reducing impact of childhood illness in children Track 2.3 Enhancing the health of women and children by scaling up HIV, TB and malaria responses Track 2.4 Prevention and control of diseases water, sanitation and hygiene Track 2.5 Increasing access to specialized care Track 2.6 Strengthening Research and Innovation (cross-cutting) Track 3: Advocacy – Influencing policy and practice

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Biennial AMREF Programme Meeting (BAPM) - 16th – 20th April 2012 Theme: “Creating a Culture of Evidence: Measuring and Communicating AMREF’s Results in Advancing the Health of Women and Children PROGRAMME Time th 14 April, 2012 15th April, 2012 All Day 2:00 – 6:00 pm Day 1 16th April, 2012 Part I

Activity Airport pick for early arrivals – Logistics Team to organize according to travel schedules

7:30 – 8:30

Finalize registration Light entertainment

8:30 – 10:00 8:30- 8:45

Plenary 1: Opening ceremony Chair: Peter Ngatia PS 1.1: Welcome and introduction to meeting /objectives Introduction of facilitation team John Nduba – Chair Organising Committee

8:45 – 9:00

PS 1.2: Place of knowledge generation and sharing in the One AMREF approach Rumishael Shoo, Director Health Programmes Development (HPD)

Airport pick ups Registration at AMREF HQ

Opening ceremony

9:00 – 9:30

Interlude (Entertainment including key messages)

9:30 – 10:00

Welcome the Director General, AMREF Rumishael Shoo, Director HPD

Day1 16th April,2012, Part II 10:30 – 11.00 11.00 – 11.30 11.30 – 11.50 11.50 – 12.10 12.10 – 12.30 12.30 – 13.00 14.00 – 14.20 14.20 – 14.40

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PS 1.3: Key note speech and official opening Teguest Guerma, Director General, AMREF Tea break and light entertainment Theme: AMREF’s policies and systems: Supporting the implementation of the business plan Plenary Session 2: Sub-theme: Foundations for performance Chair: Jacqueline Lampe PS 2:1: AMREF’s Governance and Organizational management – updates on recent changes – Teguest Guerma Question and answer Discussion session PS 2.2: AMREF’s Business Plan – A paradigm shift in how we work - Mette Kjaer PS 2.3: Capacity building as a crosscutting strategic direction – Peter Ngatia PS 2.4: Health Programme Development – principles and support systems – Rumishael Shoo Discussion Lunch Plenary Session 3: Sub-theme: Financing the business plan Chair: Mette Kjaer PS 3.1: Financing the business plan – understanding the budget – Jenny Panow PS 3.2: Financial system – operating principles, rules and regulations – Pamela Odera

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Biennial AMREF Programme Meeting (BAPM) - 16th – 20th April 2012 Theme: “Creating a Culture of Evidence: Measuring and Communicating AMREF’s Results in Advancing the Health of Women and Children PROGRAMME Time 14.40 – 15.10 15.10 – 16.00

Activity PS 3.3: Perspectives from a country office financial operations – Wilfred Lema Discussion

16.00 – 16.30

Afternoon Tea

16.30 – 16.50 16.50 – 17.10 17.10 – 18.00

Plenary Session 4: Sub–theme: Mobilising resources Chair: Wanjiru Ruhanga PS 4.1: Fundraising for the business plan in Africa – Emily Mworia PS 4.2: Fundraising in the North – Challenges and opportunities – Jacqueline Lampe Discussion Welcome Cocktail End of Day 1 Programme

18.00 – 20.00 Day 2 17th April 2012 8:30 – 9:00 Mabel Nangami

9:00 – 9:20 9:20 – 9:40 9:40 – 10:00 10:00 – 10:30 10:30 – 10:50 10:50 – 11:20 11:20 – 11:40 11:40 – 12:00 12:00 – 12:20 12.20 – 12.30 12:30 – 13:00

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Theme: AMREF’s policies and systems : Supporting the implementation of the business plan Reflections day 1 Evaluation day 1 Awards Objectives and deliverables of the day Plenary Session 5: Sub-theme: Looking at our capacity Chair: Jenny Panow PS 5.1: AMREF organizational capacity assessment: a summary – Micah Matiang’i PS 5.2: AMREF human resource policy issues and compliance – Nancy Muriuki Discussions Tea Plenary Session 6: Sub-theme: Management and support processes Chair: Marcus Leonhardt PS 6.1: Communications in AMREF: requirements and procedures – Wanjiru Ruhanga Discussions PS 6.2: Using knowledge to close the gap between communities and health systems in AMREF – operationalisation of knowledge management strategy – Rumishael Shoo Discussions PS 6.3: Monitoring and evaluation system of One AMREF – Ravi Ram Discussions PS 6.4: ICT framework for One AMREF – Willy Matuku Discussions

13:00 – 14:00 14:00 – 16:00

Lunch Panel Discussions

(Afternoon working tea in room)

Panel 1: Monitoring and evaluation Chair: Paola Magni

Panel 2: Fundraising and Financial Management Chair: Emily Mworia

Panel 3: Knowledge Management Chair: Willy Matuku

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Panel 4: Capacity Building Chair: Koronel Kema PD 4.1.1 Evaluation of the Utilisation of

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Biennial AMREF Programme Meeting (BAPM) - 16th – 20th April 2012 Theme: “Creating a Culture of Evidence: Measuring and Communicating AMREF’s Results in Advancing the Health of Women and Children PROGRAMME Time

Activity PD 1.1.1 Monitoring evidence of service outcome to orphans and vulnerable children- George Oele PD 1.1.2 How country offices can measure their impact: Capitalising on experiences of AMREF in the Netherlands Dawn Betteridge PD 1.1.3 Use of Monitoring Data to improve programme performance and achieve quality patient care - Samuel Muhula PD 1.1.4 Using Lot Quality Assurance Survey (LQAS) for local programme improvement - Abel Muzoora PD 1.1.5 Programmatic Performance Reporting: The Case of AMREF Kenya Country Office - Simon Chebii

PD 2.1.1 Trends in Corporate funding: Time for a paradigm shift? - A case study of the GSK 20% initiative - Miranda Harington PD 2.1.2 Trends analysis for proposal and concepts submitted by AMREF- Sudi Matara PD 2.1.3 Decentralization and routine financial supportive supervision is key for strengthening partner’s capacity in project management Joel Ngwesa PD 2.1.4 Electronic Payment Processing (EPP) System for effective and efficient service delivery, a case of M-Pesa payment system in AMREF Timothy Munyao PD 2.1.5 Strategic and complex partnerships – European and North American Donors Paola Magni

PD 3.1.1 Building capacity in data management to improve HIV/TB Integration and access to HCT services in UMkhanyakude district of Kwa-Zulu Natal province in South Africa - Vusi Ntuli PD 3.1.2 Data Collection and Reporting for HIV and AIDS services delivery: A case of CSOs Health facilities in Tanzania Andulile Kanza PD 3.1.3 Preserving AMREF’s Past: Nurturing Africa’s Future - Nicky Blundell Brown

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Competencies Gained from the Kenya Nurse Upgrading Programme - Diana Mukami PD 4.1.2 Effectiveness of Applying the Balanced Scorecard in a Non-Profit Organization - Meshack Ndirangu PD 4.1.3The changing role of Community Health Worker in the Health Systems in Africa - Nzomo Mwita

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Biennial AMREF Programme Meeting (BAPM) - 16th – 20th April 2012 Theme: “Creating a Culture of Evidence: Measuring and Communicating AMREF’s Results in Advancing the Health of Women and Children PROGRAMME Time 16:00 – 17:30

17:30 – 19:00 Day 3 18th April 2012 Scientific Conference 8:30 – 9:00 Mabel Nangami 9:00 – 9.10 9.10 – 9.20 9.20 – 9.30 9.30 – 9.40

10:30 – 11:00 11:00 – 13:00 Presentations 10 minutes each

Activity Workshop 1: Research Convener: Josephat Nyagero Theme: Communicating Research Findings: How to write a conference abstract and a publishable Scientific manuscript – Raoul Kamadjeu (PAMJ)

Workshop 2: Fund raising Convener: Sudi Matara Theme: Funding proposal Writing winning proposals – Bill Yaggy (USA)

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Rowing the boat together Chair: Willy Matuku Sub-Theme: AMREF Interventions Reproducrtive and Child Health and HIV AIDS and TB Reflections day 2 Evaluation day 2 Awards Objective and deliverables of day 3

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Plenary 7: AMREF Reproductive and Child Health and HIV AIDS and TB Interventions Chair: Rumishael Shoo PS 7: 2.2.1 Status of maternal and child health in Eastern Africa : Selected Preliminary findings from a 13 district baseline survey – John Nduba PS 7: 2.3.1 Decentralization of Angaza Zaidi operations improves the uptake of mobile counseling and testing services: Angaza Zaidi North East Area Support office experience – Jenipher Lyamuya PS 7: 2.3.2 Impact of the Zingatia Maisha (ZM) Intervention package on the Quality of Life (QOL) of PLHIV in Kenya – Nancy Muchemi PS 7: 2.3.3 Development of a Tuberculosis operational research database (2001-2011): Case Report – Duke Mobegi Discussion Tea break Panel 5: Making pregnancy safer and expanding reproductive health Chair: Nzomo Mwita PD 5: 2.1.1. Effectiveness of Ng’adakarin Bamocha as a model for delivery of maternal and child health care in nomadic pastoralist

Panel 6: Child health Chair: Awoke Tasew

Panel discussions Panel 7: HIV/AIDS TB Community Partnerships Chair: Meshack Ndirangu

PD 6: 2.2.2. A case study on the value of using a partnership approach in reducing child morbidity and mortality amongst under fives children in rural South

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PD 7: 2.3.4 Critical success processes for CSOs participation in scaling up a national HIV/AIDS response: A case of AMREF led umbrella mechanism - Amos Nyirenda PD 7:2.3.5 Using community partnerships to increase utilization of HIV/TB services: A case study of Nqabara Clinic in rural Mbashe Sub-District of the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa - Clever Mubuyayi

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Biennial AMREF Programme Meeting (BAPM) - 16th – 20th April 2012 Theme: “Creating a Culture of Evidence: Measuring and Communicating AMREF’s Results in Advancing the Health of Women and Children PROGRAMME Time

Activity communities - A case study of Turkana-North districtKenya – Ali Jillo PD 5: 2.1.2 Vesico-vaginal fistula still a challenge in African communities: The state of women health in Geita district Northern Tanzania – Eunice Moturi PD 5: 2.1.3. Psychosocial problems facing young people in Tanzania. A case study of Ilala, Kinondoni and Iringa Municipalities - Masejo Songo PD 5: 2.1.4 Barriers to Sexual Reproductive Health Services and Rights among youth (1018yrs) in Mtwara District Council, Mtwara Region, Tanzania. - Rita Mbeba PD 5: 2.1.5. Effectiveness of Kenya’s Community Health Strategy in delivering community-based maternal and newborn health care in Busia County, Kenya - Gilbert Wangalwa PD 5: 2.1.6. Cervical cancer screening in an informal settlement in Kenya – Lilian Mbau PD 5: 2.1.7 Can Tanzania attain the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) without tackling high population growth and rapid urban migration? - Festus Ilako

Venue Africa, Makhuduthamaga municipality Kennedy Sivhaga PD 6: 2.2.3 Determinants of pneumococcal conjugate vaccine immunization in Makindu district, Kenya – Felisters Mutisya PD 6: 2.2.4 Effectiveness of Children parliament in Promoting Health at the Primary School level in Malindi District. – Mary Mathenge PD 6: 2.2.5 Tapping Local Resources for Health - The Case of School Management Committees of Magadi Division, Kajiado North District - Peter Nguura PD 6: 2.2.6 Scale up of PMTCT services in Ruvuma region “Early infant diagnosis, a life saving Project in Ruvuma Region Tanzania” - Emilian Michael PD 6: 2.2.7 Improved Antenatal Care and Delivery by Skilled Attendants: The Case of Kekhukhune District, Limpopo, South Africa Boniface Hlabano

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PD 7: 2.3.6 Using a Linkages Framework to Strengthen Community Involvement in the Formal Health System Rachel Ndirangu PD 7: 2.3.7 Contributing to National efforts to achieve the MDGs in Katine sub-county in Soroti District of North Eastern Uganda: Evidence from Katine Community Partnership Programme (KCPP) - Edward Ssebuyira


Biennial AMREF Programme Meeting (BAPM) - 16th – 20th April 2012 Theme: “Creating a Culture of Evidence: Measuring and Communicating AMREF’s Results in Advancing the Health of Women and Children PROGRAMME Time

Activity PD 5: 2.1.8. Determinants of Delivery Practices among Zone 3, Afar Pastoralists of Ethiopia - Medhanit Getachew

13:00 – 14:00 14:00 – 16:00

Lunch Plenary 8: Poster presentations – Poster gallery Chair: Joshua Kyallo and Anne-Marie-Kamanye

16:00 – 18:00

Plenary 9:

Presentations 10minutes each

PS 9.1 Introductory remarks on the importance of an integration model for AMREF – Rumishael Shoo PS 9.2 Improving Reproductive Health Services through Integrated Maternal Health and WASH services - Merdard Rwakatare PS 9.3 Using malaria interventions as an entry point to address community health needs in Mtwara rural district, Southern Tanzania: AMREF Experience - Denis Swai PS 9.4 A community based integration of Malaria, AIDS and TB care; an innovative model - Dr. Fredrick Kabikira PS 9.5 A case of integration of HIV/AIDS services: The AMREF Kenya Experience - Koki Kinangwi PS 9.6 Integration of Family Planning and HTC Services: A missed solution to missed opportunities for enhanced universal access to both of the services in Tanzania - Bayoum Awadhi

Day 4 19th April 2012 Scientific Conference 8:30 – 9.00

9.00 – 9.10 9.10 – 9.20 9.20 – 9.30 9.30 – 9.40 9.40 – 10.30

10:30 – 11:00

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DINNER: Panari – Logistics Sub-theme: AMREF Interventions: Malaria, WASH, Clinical, HIV and AIDS and HRH Reflections day 3 Evaluation day 3 Awards Objectives of the day Plenary 10: AMREF Interventions: Malaria, WASH, Clinical, HRH and HIV/AIDS Chair: Festus Ilako PS 10: 2.5.1 Is PAIR treatment of cystic echinococcosis a sound alternative to surgery in Africa? – an experience from Turkana, Kenya – Eberhard Zeyhle PS 10:2.1.6 Health data discrepancies suggest significant implications to program design and eventual measure of results – Kabale Uganda as a case study. - Todd Carmichael PS 10: 2.4.1 The Status of Water and Sanitation indicators in Urban Slums: the Case of Kechene, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Gadissa Hailu PS 10: 2.3.1 Gender based violence is an obstacle for HIV prevention, care and support services – Beati Mboya Discussion Tea break

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Biennial AMREF Programme Meeting (BAPM) - 16th – 20th April 2012 Theme: “Creating a Culture of Evidence: Measuring and Communicating AMREF’s Results in Advancing the Health of Women and Children PROGRAMME Time 11:00 – 13:00

Activity Panel 8: Malaria Chair: Mamo Adudo Venue Classroom 1& 2 PD8:2.3.1 Strengthening community system components for malaria control: five years interventions in pastoralist communities in Afar Region-Ethiopia Sylla Thiam PD 8: 2.3.2 Mitigation of Health Challenges in Tandahimba Through Community Based Malaria Control Initiative –AMREF Experience - Denis Swai PD 8: 2.3 Assessment of malaria control interventions in pastoralist community of Afar people, Northeast Ethiopia Awoke Tasew

13:00 – 14:00 14:00 – 16:00

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Panel Discussion Panel 9: Clinical Chair: Susan Wandera Venue: Gallery 1 PD 9: 2.5.2. Antibiotic Resistance Pattern of Cholera Causing Diarrhea Outbreaks in the Eastern Africa Region 2000- 2010 Rodgers Dena PD 9: 2.5.3 Improving quality of healthcare in developing countries through participation in an integrated external quality assessment schemeIsaac Mugo PD 9: 2.5.4 Cystic Echinococcosis In Maasai Mara, Eberhard Zeyhle PD 9: 2.5.5 Factors that influence Delay in Medical Consultation and Surgery in Congenital Cleft Lip Patients in Ethiopian Rural Setup – Asrat Mengiste

Panel 10: Water sanitation and Hygiene Chair: Muriel Gavila Venue: Gallery 2 PD 10: 2.4.2 The impact of personal hygiene and sanitation education (phase) in schools: the case of Mtwara district, Tanzania – Lawrence Lwanji PD 10: 2.4.3 Trachoma prevalence after Intervention in Mojo and Lemmue District, Oromia Regional State, Ethiopia. - Kassahun Negash PD 10: 2.4.4 Health promotion in urban informal settlements: Tapping the potential of school children in Kibera, Kenya - Anne Gitimu PD 10: 2.4.5 Effectiveness of School Health Promotion in Improving Health of Primary Schools Pupils in Project and Non Project Schools in Kilifi County - Erick Kariuki

Panel 11: HIV/AIDS TB (Determinants) Chair: Mor Ngom

Venue: Auditorium PD 11: 2.3.2 Behaviour Change and associated factors among Female Sex Workers in Kenya – Josephat Nyagero PD 11: 2.3.3 How Voluntary Counseling and Testing (VCT) outreach services have impacted positively on HIV behaviour change Prevention to the mine work force. A Case of Geita Gold Mine, Tanzania. – Melkiad Makanza PD 11: 2.3.4 A cross sectional study on the sero-prevalence and drivers of risk factors among fishing communities in the Lake Victoria basin (LVB): Case of Kenya and Uganda – Nancy Muchemi PD 11: 2.3.5 Experiences of TB-HIV clients with the delivery of health services at Mnquma sub-district of Amathole in the Eastern Cape – Vuyokazi Matshaya PD 11: 2.3.6 Key success factors in eliminating gender-based violence as a key driver of HIV infection-uMkhanyakude District, Kwa Zulu Natal-South- Nonhlanhla Mthimkhulu

Lunch Plenary 11: Sub-theme: Human Resources for Health: Challenges and Emerging issues Chair: Nancy Muriuki

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Panel 8 – Classroom 1 &2 Panel 9 – Gallery 1 Panel 10 – Gallery 2 Panel 11 – Auditorium

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Biennial AMREF Programme Meeting (BAPM) - 16th – 20th April 2012 Theme: “Creating a Culture of Evidence: Measuring and Communicating AMREF’s Results in Advancing the Health of Women and Children PROGRAMME Time

16:00 – 17:30 (5 minutes each)

Day 5 – 20th April 2012 8:30 – 9:00 - Mabel Nangami

9:00 – 9:20 9:20 – 9:40 9:40 – 10:00 10:00 – 10:30

Activity PS 11.1 HRH crisis in a global health perspective – Giulia De Ponte PS 11.2 Onsite training and support supervision: A model for improving quality of clinical and laboratory diagnostic services – Emmanuel Yamo PS 11.3 Empowering Village Health Teams (VHTs), a value addition to health services delivery in resource limited settings – Elizabeth Asiimwe PS 1.4 Community Health Workers (CHWs) in rural underserved areas, unrecognized resourceful workforce towards achieving the MDG 4 & 5 – Godson Maro PS 11.5. Factors affecting motivation and retention of health workers in three disparate geographic, infrastructural and cultural settings in Kenya – David Ojakaa PS 11.6 Barriers to Enrollment to the Nurse Upgrading Programme among Enrolled Nurses in Kenya – Alice Lakati Plenary 12: Feedback on key issues and emerging evidence Chair: Lennie Bazira-Kyomuhangi

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PS 12.1 Capturing indicators of AMREF business plans – Ravi Ram PS 12.2 Making pregnancies safer - John Nduba PS 12.3 Preventing neonatal and child illness – Peter Ofware PS 12.4 Increasing access to specialised care – Jane Carter PS 12.5 Enhancing and scaling up HIV AIDS and TB programmes – Abera Abebe PS 12.6 Enhancing and scaling up Malaria programmes – Sylla Thiam PS 12.7 Preventing and control of WASH related diseases – Austin Beebe PS 12.8 Strengthening research and innovation – Josephat Nyagero PS 12.9 Advocacy – Influencing policy and practice - Victoria Kimotho Sub-theme: Advocacy Reflections day 4 Evaluation day 4 Awards Objectives of the day Plenary 13: Advocacy

Chair Penina Ochola Auditorium

Chair Penina Ochola

PS 13.1 Lack of integration of Non-Communicable Diseases (NCD) in addressing Millennium Development Goals: Can the attainment of health-related MDGs be realized without addressing NCDs? – Florence Temu PS 13.2 National Adoption of AMREFs ODSS model as a best practice in building capacity of Civil Society Organizations – Njeri Mwaura PS 13.3 Revisiting the exclusion of Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs) from the formal Health System – Tedla Mulatu Discussions Tea break

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Biennial AMREF Programme Meeting (BAPM) - 16th – 20th April 2012 Theme: “Creating a Culture of Evidence: Measuring and Communicating AMREF’s Results in Advancing the Health of Women and Children PROGRAMME Time 10:30 – 10:50 10:50 – 11:10 11:10 – 11:30 11:30 – 12:00 12.00 – 12.15 12:15 – 13:15

13:15 – 14:15 14:15 – 15:15 21st to 22nd April, 2012 th

Activity Plenary 14: Implementation of AMREF Position papers Chair: Mette Kjaer PS 14.1Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs) Andre’ Ndikuyeze PS 14.2 Female Genital Mutilation John Nduba PS 14.3 Abortion Andre’ Ndikuyeze Discussions Final evaluation Plenary 15: Closing ceremony (detailed programme to be provided) Entertainment Organizing Committee Executive Committee (EXCOM) Awards and Entertainment Closure Final Evaluation Lunch Trip to Nairobi National Park/Maasai market (pre-registration required) BAPM facilitation team retreat

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Day 3 18 April, 2012

Poster Presentations

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14:00 – 16:00

PP 2.1.1 Myth and Believes associated with Utilization of Family Planning and Maternal health services In Nomadic communities, Kilindi, Tanga Tanzania Godson Maro PP 2.1.2 Sustainable Family Planning services in Musoma district Mara region requires a shift from donor to district funding Paschal Maganga PP 2.1.3 The Effect of Implementing an ASRH Program on Sexual Outcomes among 14 – 24 year old Youth in Nyanza Province, Kenya Njeri Mwaura PP 2.1.4 Determinants of community based maternal health care service utilization in South Omo pastoral areas of Ethiopia Dawit Seyoum PP 2.2.1 Improving MCH through enhanced information (CBHMIS) in Kenya Nichaisius Ndwiga PP 2.1.5 Addressing young people’s behavior on Sexual reproductive health and rights Andulile Kanza PP 2.2.2 Reducing child/maternal mortality and morbidity through integrated community based approach to health system strengthening Joseph Otim PP 2.1.6 Why do Mothers Prefer Home Deliveries in Pastoralist Communities of Afar, Ethiopia? Yesuf Ahmed PP 1.1 A measure of impact: why impact matters and a suggested way to measure it Kwalombota Kwalombota PP 1.2 Proper record management and policy improves service delivery in the institution Magdalen Mujwahuzi PP 3.1 Strengthening Monitoring and Evaluation Capacity of Health Care Workers through the development of National HIV M&E Guidelines, SOPs and Curriculum Beth Gikonyo

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Biennial AMREF Programme Meeting (BAPM) - 16th – 20th April 2012 Theme: “Creating a Culture of Evidence: Measuring and Communicating AMREF’s Results in Advancing the Health of Women and Children PROGRAMME PP 3.1 Integration of Water, Sanitation Hygiene (WASH) and Maternal Child Health (MCH): Preliminary Reflections on the Kitui and Makueni Model George Kimathi PP 2.1.7 Promoting safe mother hood and fistula services through strengthening health systems in Tanzania: AMREF Experience Angela Mapunda PP 1.3 Replicating Distance Learning for Health Workers in Ethiopia Tilahun Bezabih PP 1.4 Formative and Process Evaluation of Pastoralist Health Extension Program Tedla Mulatu PP 1.5 Human resources for health: A prerequisite for quality health care: the case of Lamu County Amos Odhacha PP 1.6 Blended Learning for Health Extension Workers in Ethiopia Tigist Fantu PP 2.3.1 Tuberculosis (TB) and HIV/AIDS Co-infection in Uganda: Challenges of Reactivation of Latent TB infection (LTBI) Fred Kaahwa PP 2.3.2 Increasing Malaria prevention through Behavioral Change Communication Margaret Mugisa PP 2.3.3 Polygamy, HIVAIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections: Perceptions of the Practitioners Dawit Abebe PP 2.2.4 Incidence of cleft deformities among neonates in Mulago National Hospital, Uganda Asrat Mengiste PP 2.3.5 Reduction of HIV related stigma and discrimination is achievable through working with PLHIVs : AMREF Tanzania experience Benedicta Mduma

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