Programs at a Glance



8th Asia Pacific Conference on Reproductive and Sexual Health and Rights
Myanmar International Convention Center II
February 23-26, 2016
Conference Schedule – 4 days Schedule at a glance
Pre-Conference Activities


22 February 2016, Monday

Early registration for youth and main conference
19:00 - 21:00
Youth Advocates Night
  • Welcome Address
  • Musical Table
  • Double Bingo Game (Getting-To-Know)
  • Dinner+ Video session
  • Programmes/Discussions of Roles and Responsibilities of Youth Scholars
  • Closing - YSC members introductory video to scholars
Conference Schedule – 4 days Schedule at a glance
Part 1 : Youth Conference

Day 1 ( 23 February 2016 , Tuesday )

8:00-08:30 -      Registration Banquet Hall
Opening Ceremony
National Anthem
Opening Performance
Opening Speech: Dr. Than Aung, Union Minister, Ministry                                  of Health, Myanmar
    Key note Speech: Ms. Yoriko Yasukawa, Regional Director,
                                 Asia and the Pacific Regional Office,                      UNFPA Bangkok              
 Inspirational Speech: Ms. May Barani Thaw
 Key note messages from Myanmar Youth Luminaries
         Ms. Khin Hnin Kyi Tha
         Dr. Sai Hsi Tom Kham
09:25-09:30 Theme Song Performance
09:45-10: 15 Cultural Performance
(Monthly Myanma’s Festival Performance)
Plenary Session Banquet Hall
Panel Discussion
  • Comprehensive Sexuality Education
  • SRHR Services (including  Rights-based   programming on  SRH and    equitable  access to SRH services)
  • Gender Issues, including equity,    equality  and Human Trafficking
  • Youth and livelihood
  • SRHR Law and Policy
Gaoshan JunJian
  Analyst, Youth Program, UNFPA     
  China Office
Thaw Zin Aye
  Regional Coordinator of Youth    
Sarah Soysa
  Advisor, FRIDA Feminist Fund
  Coordinator of the Commonwealth     
  Youth Gender and Equality    
Mr. Laisenia Vatadroka Raloka
  Senior Programme Officer, IPPF
Jeffry P. Acaba
  Education and Research Lead of    
  Youth LEAD
Moderator: Dr. Aung Kyaw Sun
12:00-13:00 Lunch Dining  Hall
13:00-14:30 Youth Fair( Round Table Discussion) 12 Topics Banquet Hall
14:30-15:15 Recommendations on Youth Conference (with refreshment)  
15:15-15:45 Formal Opening on Youth   Garden  
15:45-16:00 - Group Photo Session
- Closing Performance
Youth Garden

Conference Schedule – 4 days Schedule at a glance
Part 2: Main Conference

Day 2 ( 24 February 2016 , Wednesday  )

08:00-9:00 Registration Lobby
09:00-10:15 Opening Ceremony Plenary Hall
National Anthem
Welcome Performance
Opening Speech : Vice President, Republic of the Union of Myanmar
       Keynote Address: Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, Executive                                             Director, UNFPA and Under-Secretary-                                              General of the United            Nations
Keynote Address: Dr. Raj Karim, President, Malaysia AIDS                                   Council
       Theme Song
10:15-10:35 Refreshments  
10:40-10:50 Welcome Speech by Convenor  
10:50-11:00 Keynote Address : Dr. Jorge Luna, Representative, WHO Myanmar  
11:00-12:30 First Plenary Session
Track  (1):
Health rights for all: Towards enabling laws and policies for SRHR
Plenary Hall
Plenary Speakers
Young People and the law
               Ms. Justine Sass, Regional HIV/AIDS advisor, Asia Pacific,                 UNESCO    Bangkok
Rights & Empowerment towards SDGs
               Ms. Ninuk Widyantoro , Co-Founder,   
               Yayasan Kesehatan Perempuan (YKP) Women  Health                Foundation, Indonesia
Reproductive Health Policy and FP 2020 – Myanmar Experience
            H.E. Prof. Thein Thein Htay
            Union Deputy Minister, Ministry of Health, Myanmar
Mario Balibago, HIV Programme Officer, UNICEF Philippines
12:30-14:00 Lunch (Buffet) Banquet Hall and Dining Hall
Symposium: “Advocating for youth SRHR and access to FP: Report from Bali and the road to SDGs”( The David and Lucile Packard Foundation and Pathfinder International)
Ms. Tamara Kreinin, Director, Population and Reproductive Health Program, The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
Dr. Candace Lew, Senor Technical Advisor for Contraception, Pathfinder International
Ms. Sivananthi Thanenthiran, Executive Director, ARROW
Ms. Sono Aibe, Senior Advisor for Strategic Initiatives, Pathfinder International
Dr. Nay Lin Tun and Sono Aibe
1st Poster Presentation  
First Parallel Sessions
       Track  (1): Health rights for all: Towards enabling laws and policies for SRHR
Forced, forbidden or failed: Sex and marriage laws and policies in Asia-Pacific
  1. Ensuring the Reproductive and Sexual Rights for child brides in Rural India: Looks like a way too far!
Aparna Mukherjee,India
  1. Preventing child marriages in India: whether financial incentive schemes help in enhancing the age at marriage of girls?
T.V. Sekher, India
  1. Policy Options for Teen Pregnancy Prevention in the Philippines
Reynaldo Ong Wong, The Philippines
Chairs: HE. Prof. Thein Thein Htay
Ms. Rashidah Abdullah
Zone (1),
 Lecture Room
Improving access for hard to  reach populations
  1. Ethnic Minority Midwife Initiative in Difficult-to-Reach Regions of Vietnam  
    Dat Duong, Viet Nam
  2. Mapping Technique for Assessing Maternal and Child Health Service Coverage
    Kyaw Myint Tun, Myanmar
  3. Traditions and Current Practices of Emergency Obstetric Care among Chin Ethnics in Myanmar
    Swe Zin Linn, Myanmar
Chairs:  Dr. Myint Htwe
Dr. Eden R. Divinagracia
Zone (1),
 Lecture Room
Transitioning from policy to practice
  1. Current legal and policy frame work  for  Sri Lankan youth on sexual health & HIV infection
    Janaki Vidanapathirana, Sri Lanka
  2. The Right(s) Evidence: Sex work, violence and HIV in Asia
    Julia Cabassi, Kay Thi Win, Thailand
  3. Analysing system's bottlenecks for integration of PMTCT into regular antenatal care services - A case study from West Papua Indonesia
    Nurlely Bethesda Sinaga, Indonesia
Chairs:   Dr. Than Sein
Ms. Jet Riparip
Zone (1),
 Lecture Room (3)
Overcoming legal challenges to SRHR in Asia-Pacific
  1. Ready for the Second Child?  Beijing's Maternal Health Care Services after Selective Two-children Policy
    Zhuoyan MAO, China
  2. Attitudes of Adults Concerning Induced Abortion and Abortion Law - A Community Based Study in Colombo City of Sri Lanka
    M. Suchira Suranga, Sri Lanka
  3. Access to safe abortion for women with unwanted pregnancy: Attitudes of opinion leaders, policy makers and health professionals in Yogyakarta Indonesia.
    Mrs. Purwantining Tyas Fitri Kawuri, Indonesia
Chairs:   Prof. Dr. Win Win Mya
               Dr. Kamaruzaman Ali
Zone (1),
 Lecture Room (4)
Overcoming challenges to SRHR in Asia-Pacific
  1. No sexual citizenship for a Katoey in the state of Thailand: Problems and needs caused by absence of gender recognition by law
    Ronnapoom samakkeekaro, Thailand
  2. Indonesian LGBT Advocacy and Education through Films and ICT
    Julia Suryakusuma, Indonesia
  3. Social Suffering and Sexual Reproductive Right of Women with Disabilities: A National Study in Thailand
    Penchan Pradubmook, Thailand
Chairs:   Dr. Kyaw Zin Thant
              Dr. Loyd Brendan Norella
Zone (1),
 Lecture Room (5)
Pathways to elimination of gender-based violence
  1. Connections: Exploring the relationship between intimate partner sexual violence against women in Myanmar, and gendered perceptions of reproductive and sexual health.
    San Shwe, Myanmar
  2. Respectful Relationships: Preventing & addressing gender-based violence in schools
    Justine Sass, Thailand
  3. Why do some women in Viet Nam experience more violence by husbands than others? Risk factors associated with violence by husbands from a cross-sectional national study.
    Henrica Jansen, Thailand
Chairs:  Dr. Yi Yi Myint
              Dr. Pilar Ramos Jimenez
Zone (1),
 Lecture Room (6)
Comprehensive sexuality education policies and their implementation
  1. Abstinence-Only or Comprehensive Sex Education at Myanmar Schools: Preferences among Students, Teachers and Parents
    Phyu Phyu Thin Zaw, Myanmar
  1. Good Practice Guideline for Advocacy Strategies in Conservative and Less Developed Countries
    Sana Zafar Khan, Pakistan
  2. Advocating for Change: SRHR education among adolescent girls and young women
    May Than Htay, Zin Mar Oo, Myanmar
Chairs:  Prof. Nay Soe Maung
Ms. Nora M. Murat
Zone (1),
 Lecture Room (7)
15:30-16:00 Refreshment  
16:00-17:30 First Satellite Sessions Lecture Rooms (1 to 5)
19:00-21:00 Gala Dinner Thin Ga Ha Hotel
 Conference Schedule – 4 days Schedule at a glance

Day 3 (Thursday 25 February 2016 )

Second Plenary Session
Track  (2): Governance and accountability
Plenary Hall
Plenary Speakers
Building capacity for governance and accountability for women’s right
            Ms. Shireen Huq
               Founder/member, Naripokho   Women's Rights organization                Bangladesh
Bridging leadership in local Governance for maternal & child Health and family
               Mr. Ernesto Garilao, Executive Director, Zuellig Family   
               Foundation , Philippines
Advocacy and action in Papua New Guinea to raise awareness on the SRHR aspects of the SDGs
               Dame Carol Kidu,
               Member, The High Level Taskforce on ICPD 2014 and                beyond, Popua New Guinea
Dr. Myint Htwe , Retired Director  Program Management
WHO Regional Office for South East Asia
10:00-10:30 Break  
Second Parallel Sessions
Track  (2): Governance and accountability
Decentralization and SRHR
  1. Promoting Family Planning by Strengthening Local Government Infrastructure in Bangladesh
    Md. Azmal Hossain, Bangladesh
  2. Accountability in the provision of contraceptive information and services in a decentralized system of governance
    Jihan Jacob, The Philippines
Chairs:  Dr. Pilar Ramos Jimenez
              Dr. Ko Ko Maw
Zone (1),
 Lecture room(1)
Monitoring government implementation of SRHR policies
  1. Role of community media in monitoring maternal health in India
    Sulochana Pednekar, India
  2. Achieveing RMNCH+A Outcomes through strengthened Health system Governance  by collaboration between Government and Development Partners - Experience from the State of Rajasthan, India
    Sunil Thomas Jacob, India
  3. Improvement of Quality Health Services ensured:  Lesson Learned from Local Level Monitoring and Advocacy
    Samia Afrin, Bangladesh
Chairs:  Dr. Phone Myint
Ms. Sivananthi Thanenthiran
Zone (1),
 Lecture room(2)
SRHR in public-private partnership
  1. “Principled Critical Collaboration: Key to GO-NGO Partnership in Advancing Reproductive Health in Davao City”
    Romeo Jr Cabarde, The Philippines
  2. Building national resilience for effective sexual reproductive health (SRH) services for the crisis affected population through initial smaller response- A case study of Myanmar
    Rajrattan Lokhande, India
  3. Engaging the Private Sector in Family Planning Access: The Philippines Experience
     Vicente Jurlano, The Philippines
Chairs:  Dr. Myo Khin
              Mr. David Hulse
Zone (1),
 Lecture room(3)
Impacts of Global and National SRHR Policies
  1. Young Women for Change: Voices from Young Women in Nepal
    Smriti Thapa,, Nepal
  2. Contexts, Realities and Challenges of Sexuality of Forced Bachelor: A Multi-approach Explorative Study in China's Gender Imbalance Governance
    Yang MENG, Shuzhou Li, China
  3. Davao Declaration: Articulating the Rights of Men who have Sex with other Men
    JEFF FUENTES, The Philippines
Chairs: Ms. Anjali Sen
             Dr. Than Tun Sein       
Zone (1),
 Lecture room(4)
Advocacy for   Change
  1. Social Accountability for Adolescents Sexual and Reproductive Health in Nepal
    Giri Prasad Panthi, Nepal
  2. Accountability : Reaching favourable Maternal and newborn health outcomes in Sri Lanka
    Chithramalee De Silva, Sri Lanka
  3. “I Decide” petition for empowering young people on sexual and reproductive health and rights
Chairs:  Dr. Hla Hla Aye
Ms. Sono Aibe
Zone (1),
 Lecture room(5)
Rights-based Approach in SRHR
  1. Comprehensive Gender, Sexuality and Reproductive Health & Rights Education: A Progressive Islamic Approach to the Issues (Best Practices of Center for Women’s Studies at Islamic State University Yogyakarta Indonesia)
    Alimatul Qibtiyah, Indonesia
  2. Social Determinant Approach and Maternal Health
    Pallavi Saha, India
  3. Looking from another perspective Global Governance of HIV/AIDS: ‘Gender' and Governmentality
    Nattapat Jatupornpimol, Thailand
Chairs:  Prof. Terence Hull
              Dr. Khin Thet Wai          
Zone (1),
 Lecture room(6)
Symposium:Moving from MDGs to SDGs for improving maternal and child health” (WHO)
  1. Global and Regional overview
      Dr Neena Raina (Coordinator RMNCAH WHO South East Asia Regional Office)
  1. Success story of Sri Lanka MDG 5 and 4
Dr Chithramalee de Silva(Consultant Community Physician, MOH, Sri Lanka)
  1. Challenges and opportunities from moving from MDG to SDG Myanmar in perspective of Reproductive Health
Director, Maternal and Reproductive Health, MOH, Myanmar
  1. Road map to SDG Newborn and Child Health perspective
Dr. Myint Myint Than, Director, Child Health, MOH, Myanmar
Banquet Hall and Dining Hall
2nd Poster Presentation  
13:45-15:15 Second Satellite Sessions Lecture Rooms(1to2)
15:15-15:30 Refreshment  
15:30-17:30 Field Visits or Sight Seeing around Nay Pyi Taw (6 sites)
19:00 – 22:00 Myanmar puppet and National Costume Show MICC-II, Plenary Hall

Day 4 ( 26 February 2016, Friday )

08:30-10:00 Third  Plenary Session
Track (3): Health Justice! Towards Sustainable SRHR Financing
Plenary Hall
Plenary Speakers
Sustainability FP Financing: By and For Whom?
               Dr. Amy Tsui
               Senior Scholar, Gates Institute for Population and                Reproductive Health
               and Professor, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public    Health
Financing for rights-based universal access to sexual and reproductive health care
               Dr. Sundari Ravindran,
               Secretary of the Rural Women’s Social Education Centre                (RUWSEC),India
ASEAN Health Development Agenda in Post 2015
               Dr. Ferdinal M. Fernando, MD, MDM
               Assistant Director & Head of Health
               ASEAN Cross Sectoral Cooperation Directorate
               ASEAN Socio-Cultural Community Department
Dr. Phone Myint
-Secretary,People’s Health Foundation
-Public Health Professional,          
-Health Economist and retired Deputy Director General
10:00-10:15 Break  
Third  Parallel Sessions
Track (3): Health Justice! Towards Sustainable SRHR Financing
Universal Access to SRHR
  1. Sexual and Reproductive Health service in emergency
  2. Socioeconomic deprivations and their association with maternal health care services utilization in Bangladesh
    Dr. S. M.Mostafa Kamal, Bangladesh
  3. Women's empowerment and socio-economic disparities in contraceptive use in Cambodia
    Siow Li Lai, Malaysia
Chairs:   Dr. Phone Myint
                 Dr. Rena Dona
Zone (1),
Lecture room (1)
Models for SRHR financing
  1. Blood, Sweat, Money and Dummy Tummies: Surrogates in India
    Enu Anand, India
  2. Entitlements for Cash Free Maternal Health Services: Experiences from Gujarat, India
    Neeta Hardikar, India
  3. Reducing unmet need for family planning in Kiribati: A cost-benefit analysis
    Jacob Daube, New Zealand
Chairs:   Dr. Kamaruzaman Ali
               Dr. Theingi Myint
Zone (1),
Lecture room (2)
Social marketing for SRH
  1. Contraceptive Social Marketing in Asian Countries: Achievements and Lessons Learnt
    Ulimiri Venkata Somayajulu, India
  2. Increasing access to quality family planning products and services through private sector in Cambodia
    Sreymom Em, Cambodia
  3. Analysis of Financing for Development for Sexual Reproductive Health Issues in Young-Adolescent to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals
    Isnawati Hidayah, Indonesia
Chairs:   Ms. Sono Aibe
              Dr. Myint Myint Win
Zone (1),
Lecture room (3)
SRH commodities security
  1. Nation-wide Facility assessment for Reproductive Health commodities and services in Myanmar (2014)
    Kyaw Oo,  Myanmar
  2. Stock out of FP and Lifesaving commodities major hindrance of healthy sexuality and sexual rights in Nepal
    Krishna Prasad Bista, Nepal
  3. Reproductive Health Commodity Security to address Unmet Need for Family Planning in Myanmar
    Khaing Nwe Tin, Myanmar
  4. Strengthening the Public Health Supply Chain Mechanism below district to improve the health service delivery
    Ram Bahadur Thapa, Chitra Mahato, Nepal
Chairs:   Dr. War War Maung
Dr. Camilo Naraval Jr.
Zone (1),
Lecture room (4)
Financing SRHR in Humanitarian response
  1. Implementing MISP (Minimum Initial Service Package) for reproductive and sexual health services for the flood affected people in Bangladesh: A case study
    Masum Al Jaki, Bangladesh
  2. Integration of the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP) for Reproductive Health by a local NGO with MOH Basic Health Services for Internally Displaced communities in Kachin State
    Phyo Thandar Aye, Myanmar
  3. Integrating the Minimum Initial Service Package (MISP)  for Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) in  National and Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Plans: Sharing the Philippine Experience
    Florence Tayzon, The Philippines
  4. Provision of Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) Services through MISP in Crises for earthquake affected people of Nepal.
    Nimisha Goswami, India
Chairs:    Dr. San San Aye
                  Mr. John Hyde
Zone (1),
Lecture room (5)
SRHR Responses
  1. Antenatal screening of anemia including iron deficiency anemia, haemoglobinopathies and thalassaemia among the pregnant women living in Bago region of Myanmar.
  1. Increment of Financial Resources on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Family Planning Association of Nepal
Nabina Maharjan, Nepal
  1. Positive Changes in Nepal as a result of integration SRH and biodiversity conservation
    Amu Singh Sijapati, Nepal
Chairs:  Prof. Hla Hla Win
              Dr. Eden R. Divinagracia
Zone (1),
Lecture room (6)
11:30-12:30 Lunch  
3rd Poster Presentation
12:30-14:00 Fourth Plenary Session
Track  (4): SRHR integration in Health Systems
Plenary Speakers:
Integrating SRHR into the Life Course -  The Opportunities and the Challenges
               Dato Narimah Awin
               Retired WHO Regional Advisor
Integration of SRHR in HIV          
               Ms. Jet Riparip
               Regional Representative for Asia and the Pacific,                International HIV/AIDS Alliance
Milestone of Reproductive Health services in Myanmar
               Dr. Theingi Myint
               Director, Maternal and Reproductive Health, Dept. of                Public Health, MOH
Program Approaches to Improving Access and Equity for Reproductive and Sexual Health Interventions
               Jeffrey Smith
               Vice President for Technical Leadership
               Assistant Professor of Gynecology and Obstetrics and                International Health at the Johns Hopkins University,                JHPIEGO
Ms. Janet Jackson, Country Representative UNFPA Myanmar
Plenary Hall
Fourth Parallel Sessions
Track  (4): SRHR integration in Health Systems
Sex Talk – Exploring Sexuality Education and Communication
  1. Ma Ma Oo Radio Program: A window which every woman can open and feel the experiences of Reproductive Health in Myanmar.
    Hnin Kalyar Kyaw, Myanmar
  2. From pilot to program: How a national youth hotline is increasing youth access to quality sexual and reproductive health information and services in Timor-Leste
    Helen Henderson, Timor-Leste
  3. Effects of Comprehensive Education Service on Sexual and Reproductive Health among Migrant Children in Beijing, China
    Yue Hu, China
Chairs:   Prof. Kyi Kyi Nyunt
               Dr. Chandani Anoma
Zone (1),
Lecture room (1)
 Integrating HIV in  SRHR for Vulnerable Groups
  1. Sexual beliefs and practices associated with sexual transmitted infections among taxi drivers in Hanoi, Vietnam
    La Quang, Viet Nam
  2. Friendly healthcare services for MSM/TG - Fortress in HIV and STIs prevention
Qui Nguyen Lam Duy,Viet Nam
  1. Engaging communities to address the Sexual Reproductive Health gaps of People Living with HIV through integrated approach
    Nisha Jagdish Poojar, India
Chairs:   Prof. Mya Thida
               Dr. Dede Oetomo
Zone (1),
Lecture room (2)
Integrating SRHR in MNCH Services   
  1. Understanding blood transfusion management system in public health facilities in selected districts of Bangladesh: A qualitative investigation
    Rasheda Khan, Bangladesh
  2. From D&C to Vacuum Aspiration and Misoprostol: Ensuring Quality and Appropriate Use of Technology for Post abortion Care in Myanmar
Ni Ni, Myanmar
  1. Task-sharing incomplete abortion services: decentralizing care by increasing involvement of non-physician and primary care providers with use of misoprostol
    Laura Frye, USA
Chairs:  Prof. Khin Htar Yi
              Ms. Ninuk Widyantoro
Zone (1),
Lecture room (3)
Youth Voices from Myanmar
  1. Perspectives of youths towards Reproductive Health services in rural and urban areas of Myanmar
     Saw Saw, Myanmar
  1. Need of Formal Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights education to enhance knowledge and perception of adolescents living in different areas of Yangon City
    Khine Cho Myat, Myanmar
  2. The potential of rural Youth Centres supporting Myanmar towards the Sustainability Development Goals 2030 - The case of Youth Information Corners in rural Myanmar
     Agnethe Ellingsen, UK
Chairs:   Prof. Col. Aye Aye
              Mx. Mario Balibago
Zone (1),
Lecture room (4)
Youth Speak- Exploring the Integration of SRHR in    Adolescent and Youth Health Services
  1. Juniors' Responsibilities in Gender and Adolescent Development (JR GAD)
    Rolando Borja, The Philippines
  2. Menstrual Hygiene Management in Indonesia: Understanding practices, determinants, and impacts among adolescent school girls
    Jessica Davis, Australia
  3. Sexual Reproductive Knowledge, Attitudes and Behavior among Adolescent Akha Females, LuangNamtha province, Lao People’s Democratic Republic (PDR): A Qualitative and Quantitative Study
    Visanou Hansana, People’s Democratic Republic of LaO
Chairs:   Prof. Saw Kler Ku
               Ms. Mercy Panggabean
Zone (1),
Lecture room (5)
For Adults Only- Towards Effective SRHR Integration in                           Adult Health Services
  1. Care Needs Versus Care Supplied: The Nursing Strategies for Senior Gays and Lesbians
    Jed Patrick Catalan, The Philippines
  2. Client Satisfaction on Family Planning Services through Mobile Clinics in Rural Areas in Myanmar Authors:
Sunshine Aung, Myanmar
  1. Integration SRH services in to health system in Sri Lanka
    Hemantha Senanayake, Sri Lanka
Chairs:    Prof. Aye Aung
                Prof .Le Vu Anh
Zone (1),
Lecture room (6)
Male Involvement
  1. Reproductive morbidity and health care utilization among financially capable rural mother in India
    Mukesh Ravi Raushan, India
  2. Decision-making level on Health Care Services Utilization in a Peri-Urban Area of Myanmar
    Kyi Mar Wai, Myanmar
  3. Does Women's Autonomy Affect Utilization of Maternal and Child Health Care Services in India?
    Kaushlendra Kumar, India
  4. Paternal factors are associated with access to institutional delivery utilization in Nepal
    Dharma Bhatta, Thailand
Chairs:   Mr. Barry Whittle
               Dr. Kyaw Oo
Zone (1),
Lecture room (7)
No Voice Unheard- Speaking out on Timely Issues in  SRHR
  1. Sexual risk behaviors among young men who have sex with men in large cities of Myanmar
    Myo Myo Mon, Myanmar
  2. The Need to Improve Counseling Service Quality for Sexual Abuse Survivor in Asia
    Nur Hidayati Handayani, New Zealand
  3. Awareness towards sexual and reproductive health and rights among young people with disability (YPWD) in Nepal
    Shilpa Lohani, Nepal
Chairs:  Prof. San San Myint
               Dr. Pham Duc Phuc
Zone (3),
Lecture room (8)
Ending Gender Based Violence
  1. Trafficking of minor girls for commercial sexual exploitation: Exploring the situation of girls in trafficking prone “Source” areas of Bihar, India
    Sharmistha Basu, India
  2. Domestic violence (DV) in Thai pregnant women and its impact to their sexual and reproductive health
    Siriwan Grisurapong, Thailand
  3. Female Genital Mutilation and venerability of Sexually Transmitted Infections and HIV in Senegal
    Ramu,  India
Chairs:  Dr. Khin Mar Htun
             Associate Professor. Dr. San San Win       
Zone (3),
Lecture room (9)
Closing ceremony
  • 8th APCRSHR Rapporteur General’s Report
  • Presentation of the 2016 Nay Pyi Taw Declaration
  • Concert show (ILBC)
  • Handover : From Myanmar to Vietnam
  • Words of thanks: Convenor
  • Closing Remarks: H.E. Prof. Thein Thein Htay
  • Closing Speech: Vietnam
Plenary Hall