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Title: The Evaluation of Family Planning Program in Controlling Birthrate in Kabanjahe District of Karo regency
Authors: Prihastari, Dila
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor: Nasution, Irwan
Batubara, Beby Mashito
Keywords: evaluation;family planning program
Issue Date: 14-Sep-2020
Publisher: Universitas Medan Area
Series/Report no.: NPM;158520042
Abstract: Evaluation of the Family Planning Program in Controlling Birth Rate in Kabanjahe District, Karo District. The study was conducted in Kabanjahe Sub-District, Karo District. Data collection is done by observation, direct interviews and documentation related to research. As for the informants namely For key informants in this study the authors chose the Head of the Population and Family Planning Control Office. While the main informants of this study were the Head of the Family Planning Division and for additional informants, the staff of the District Family Planning Extension Staff, and the community in the Kabanjahe District, Karo Regency. To get clearer information according to the needs of the writer. The results showed that the Family Planning program in controlling birth rates in the Kabanjahe District of Karo Regency was carried out in two ways, namely the installation of family planning contraception services and the services of communication, information and education or counseling. This program is not yet effective. As for the obstacles to the implementation of the Family Planning Program include the low factor of community education that affects their understanding, Lack of experts and extension workers in socializing the Family Planning Program and Limited Costs.
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