Family Planning Policy
The following policy has been established to guide the implementation and coordination of the National Family Planning program in respect. Family Planning services are conducted through a multi-sectoral approach between implementing agencies where LPPKN act as coordinator.
Family Planning service delivery is based on aspects of health and family's health and the practice is voluntary.
- Contraceptive services will be provided through the cafeteria system and delivered by the medical staff, the medical and support staff who are specially trained with emphasis on medical services and follow-up support.
- Provision of expertise and specialized counseling (genetic counseling, infertility treatment) to improve the quality of family planning services in the country.
- Education Family Planning / Population integrated into the formal education system and non-formal.
- Provision of Family Planning in the Social Development Programme is intended to provide an opportunity to improve the lives of family and socio-economic status of women. Improving the quality of education and opportunities for women could indirectly lower the fertility rate.
- To provide programs and support activities aimed at improving the quality of life. It covers aspects of health, well-being and activities to promote and enhance the status of women.
- Encourage a medical studies, biological, socio-economic and cultural patterns associated with maternity and fertility on population growth and the impact on the overall socio-economic development.