|Conference or Workshop Item
|300 Social sciences > 303 Social processes
|LPPKN - National Population and Family Development Board, Malaysia: Population and Family Research Division
|ICPD, Sexual and reproductive health, UNFPA, Asian Pacific Population Conference, Unmet need, Total fertility rate, Familly planning, Abortions, Child marriages, Sex education
|Dato Dr. Kamaruzaman Ali is a president of Federation of Reproductive Health Associations, Malaysia (FRHAM)
|To increase contraceptive prevalence will require strengthening the information, education and skills development of health care providers, repositioning of family planning, more public awareness on benefits and side effects of modern contraceptives, keeping abreast with modern contraceptive technology including LARC, male/boy responsibility programs, better data collection and monitoring including from the young and unmarried, collaboration and coordination with all stakeholders and delivery of quality services to all without discrimination and stigmatization.