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The attitude of men to family planning and possibilities of their closer inclusion in family planning programmes



The attitude of men to family planning and possibilities of their closer inclusion in family planning programmes



Forschungsberichte des Bundesministeriums fur Wirtschaftliche Zusammenarbeit und Entwicklung ( 108): 181pp.



The study is based on discussions with various national and international agencies involved in family planning programmes and on literature reviews. It deals with religious, social and economic factors influencing male attitudes to family planning by their wives or themselves, current male contraceptive practices in developing countries (vasectomy, condoms and possibilities of male hormonal treatments).

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