Thursday, April 11 / 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM · Meeting Room 306

Session 93
Family Planning and Sexual and Reproductive Health in Conflict and Emergency Settings

Chair: Angel Foster, Ibis Reproductive Health
Discussant: Angel Foster, Ibis Reproductive Health

1. What Drives Fertility Recovery After Armed Conflict? A Case Study From the Guatemalan GenocideDiego Alburez-Gutierrez , Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research.

2. Terrorism and Fertility: Evidence From Boko Haram in NigeriaValentina Rotondi , Bocconi University; Michele Rocca, Università Cattolica, Milan.

3. Syrian Refugee Women’s Empowerment and Fertility: Evidence From JordanGoleen Samari , Columbia University.

4. Use of the Proximate Determinants of Fertility as a Framework for Examining the Relationship Between Armed Conflict and Fertility in MyanmarAnne Schuster , University of Southampton; Andrew Hinde, University of Southampton; Sabu S. Padmadas, University of Southampton.

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