Session 176:
Reproductive Health in Asia and Africa: Vaginal Practices as Potentially Risky Behavior

Saturday, March 31
12:30 PM - 2:15 PM
5th floor

Chair: Lisanne Brown, Tulane University
Discussant: Anastasia J. Gage, Tulane University

  1. Health Impact of Vaginal Practices in MozambiqueBrigitte Bagnol, Independent Researcher; Esmeralda Mariano, Universidade Eduardo Mondlane

  2. Female Genital Cutting, Reproductive Tract Infections and Perinatal Outcome in Burkina Faso.Guillem G Fortuny Fillo, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE); Tiziana Leone, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

  3. Vaginal Practices among Women in Thailand: Prevalence and MotivationsAree Prohmmo, Mahidol University; Chintana Wacharasin, Burapha University

  4. When Vaginal Practices Are Working against Health and Gender Equity: Evidence from the 2005/06 Yogyakarta Vaginal Practices SurveyIwu D. Utomo, Australian National University; Terence H. Hull, Australian National University; Ninuk Widyantoro, Mitra Inti Indonesia; Herna Lestari, Mitra INTI Foundation (MIF); Laily Hanifah, Mitra Inti Indonesia

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