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TANZANIA
NATIONAL FAMILY PLANNING
CONFERENCE


SEPTEMBER

2
5
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2
7,

201 3

DAR
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ES
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SAL AAM, TANZ ANI A


LOCAL SOLUTI ONS TO LOCAL PROBLEMS:


ADVANCI NG THE EVI DENCE
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BASE FOR
REPOSI TI ONI NG FAMI LY PLANNI NG I N

TANZANI A




ABSTRACT OUTLI NE

(Pl ease l i mi t body of abst ract t o 800 words)

Due Date:

June 30,2013
,
5
:00pm E
A
T

Complete online at
http://www.rchs.go.tz/abstracts/members/index.php

or email to:
fpabstracts@rchs.go.tz



Abstracts should be no longer than 800 words in length and should follow the provided
outline.


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Track 1: Contraceptive Security



Track 2: Capacity Building



Track 3: Service Delivery



Track 4: Advocacy & Demand Creation



Track 5: Heath Systems Management



Track 6: Cross
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PLEASE PROVIDE THE
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Abstracts should be no longer than 800 words in length and should follow the provided outline.
)


1.

Background/Rationale

2.

Program Approach/Intervention tested

3.

Methods

a.

For Research:

Target Population; Study Design & Setting; Study Outcomes;
Sample Size; Data Collection Methods; methods of analysis used; Time
Frame; Research Utilization

b.

For Program:

Location; Beneficiary Popul
ation/Size; Time Frame; Data
sources; Evaluation approach; Dissemination.

4.

Results/Key findings

5.

Program/Policy implications/lessons




PLEASE

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SELECTION

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Abstract
submissions will be peer reviewed by the Technical Committee. Selection criteria
will be based on: (1) quality of abstract paper; (2) implications for family planning policy or
practice, or its application; (3) data driven
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findings are either from analy
ses of either primary
or secondary data (4) new insights for family planning research or its application; (5) clarity
and completeness of abstract; and (6) relevance to specified theme.



Subm
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their

ab
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provide

sufficient

detail

for

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reviewers

to

evaluate

their
work,

describe

the

da
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analytic

methods

and

results,

and

describe

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progra
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or

policy
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