||Conference or Workshop Item
||300 Social sciences > 305 Social groups
||LPPKN - National Population and Family Development Board, Malaysia: Population and Family Research Division
||Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), Contraceptive use rate, Unmet need, Family planning
||This paper have been presented at the Seminar Statistik Kali Ke-3: Mendepani Cabaran dan Agenda Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Nasional in Institut Latihan Statistik Malaysia (ILSM).
||This paper will present on the trends and achievements of contraceptive use rates, unmet contraceptive requirements and modern contraceptive demands met. In addition, the presentation will also touch on issues and challenges on the rate of contraceptive use which is still hovering around 50 to 52 percent over the past three decades as well as the level of unmet needs in Malaysia which is relatively high compared to other Asean countries.