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SRP. 2020; 11(11): 1593-1599


Quality of Health Services in the Family Planning Program in Donggala Regency, Indonesia

Sudirman, Rajindra Rajindra, Burhanuddin, Mohamad Andri, Ahmad Yani.

Abstract
This research is policy research aimed at evaluating the family planning program in Donggala Regency. This study's population is fertile age couples (PUS) who have had family planning with certain contraceptives. Descriptive analysis in the form of frequency distribution and cross-tabulation analysis. It shows that the majority of the population of more than 70 percent follow the family planning program involving contraceptive service officers in all education groups. The largest number of underprivileged people who use family planning and visit contraceptive service officers have graduated from elementary school. However, in this group, only 73 percent of the PUS visited the officers. This group of people who graduated from elementary school is also the most massive underprivileged person who does not see officers. Poor people who are aware of health will always come to health services in contraception services or general health services.

Key words: Quality of Health Services, Family Planning Program, Contraception, Donggala






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