PARTISIPASI PRIA DALAM PENGGUNAAN KONTRASEPSI (Analisis Data Survei Demografi dan Kesehatan Indonesia 2012)
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Male participation is the responsibility of the involvement, participation of family planning (FP), reproductive health, healthy sexual behavior safe for their self, spouse and family. IDHS 2012 reported the total of male contraceptive use was only 2.7%, while the target for the achievement of the MDG's RPJMN 2015 was an increase in new male participants FP 4.5%. This study was to determine differences in male participation in contraceptive use in Indonesia in 2012. This study was cross sectional analytic design. Source of data obtained from IDHS 2012 with a sample size of 9,249 men. This study analyzed using univariable, bivariable analysis with Chi-square test with significance level of 5% (α = 0.05). The results of this study showed that age, parity, residence, education, economic status, exposure to magazines/newspapers and discussion of FP with wife, family and neighbor/friend had significant male participation in contraceptive use. Factors that predisposition to participate in contraceptive use was residence, education, economic status and discussion of FP with wife, family and neighbor/friend. Parity, exposure to magazines/newspapers and discussion of FP have significance to the male participation the use of modern contraception. Factor that are likely to use vasectomy are discussion of family and parity. National Family Planning Coordinating Agency (FPCA) expected to campaign through the television on gender equality and male contraceptive methods that participate in the use of contraceptives and increase the availability of health care facilities for men and vasectomy specialists in rural areas.
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