Engaging and serving men in the Indonesian Reproductive Health Program: issues and obstacles
The Indonesian government has discussed the need to involve men in the promotion of contraceptive use since the late 1960s, but there has seldom been consensus on what men should do in the family planning program. The government has never given innovative consideration of the clinical and psychological needs of men in the context of fertility control. Instead the actions of the program have reinforced patriarchal gender relations, and presumed that men would not want to take a direct role in...[Show more]
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