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Apr 30, The committee on empowerment of women has asked the Centre to take up research on male contraceptive pill on priority basis under the Family Planning Division.
Participation of men in family planning has been found to be very less. The committee, headed by Krishna Tirath, tabled the report in Parliament on Tuesday.
The health ministry informed the committee that of the permanent contraception, a whopping The figures would tell you the lopsidedness of the family planning programmes with over 44 lakh women undergoing tubectomies in as against just 1.
The panel blamed the government for the situation, as in most of the contraception drives, men are not targeted. The committee also felt that one of the easiest method of male contraception, non-scalpel vasectomy, was not being preferred because of myths and misconceptions associated with it.
In the wake of these findings, the committee has asked the government to give incentives to men to opt for male sterilization. And, one method suggested was providing insurance cover to men who opt for vasectomy.
The committee has also asked the government to strengthen communication support to such initiatives through mass media campaigns to remove fears regarding vasectomy among men.
Even today, contraception methods adopted by women account for over 84 per cent of total birth control measures, including contraceptive pills. For men, condom usage remains as low as eight per cent whereas more and more men are opting of the risky method of withdrawal.
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