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Family Planning Benefits

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Benefits for women


  • Reducing the risks of maternal mortality as a result of complications that may occur during pregnancy, childbirth, and postpartum
  • Protecting mothers and children from the risks of health problems that may arise as a result of close (less than two years) and repeated (more than four births) pregnancies or as a result of pregnancy at an inappropriate age, whether early pregnancy in adolescents (less than 18 years) or pregnancy in older women (more than 35 years old).
  • Contribute to reducing the proportion of high-risk pregnancies (which involve problems that increase the risk of illness or death) in mothers.
  • Enhancing women's health by providing an adequate opportunity to recover their physical health before the next pregnancy occurs. Frequent and close pregnancies weaken the mother's health, exhaust her strengths, and increase her exposure to malnutrition, anemia, and nervous stress.
  • Reducing unwanted pregnancies and the risks resulting from unsafe abortion, which may be resorted to getting rid of these pregnancies.
  • Some methods contribute to the prevention of cancer and sexually transmitted diseases and thus reduce the transmission of infection to infants and their infection with these diseases.
  • Maximizing women's opportunities to obtain more education, raise the level of their culture and obtain jobs, would enhance their economic and social status and improve the family's wellbeing and participation in public life.



Benefits for the man


    • It reduces family, educational and material burdens, which prevents him from psychological pressures and enables him to enjoy a better life.
    • Some methods provide prevention of cancer and sexually transmitted diseases.

Benefits for the child


  • Reducing the neonatal mortality rate and the incidence of diseases or birth defects and behavioral disorders.
  • Provides the opportunity to have healthy, full-grown, and of appropriate weight children.
  • Enable the child to obtain his right of care and attention from the parents, including breastfeeding for a sufficient period, and to achieve emotional fulfillment, which is reflected in the intelligence, growth, and development of the child, physically and psychologically, in a positive way.


Benefits for the family


  • It helps parents to conceive and prepare for it in the best healthy and age-appropriate period of their lives.
  • Providing the appropriate atmosphere for the proper upbringing of children in a balanced social, health, and psychological environment.
  • Devoting parents to spend more time with their children, and this increases their ability to raise children, follow up on their affairs in a better way, and invest their talents.
  • Reducing a large number of economic burdens, which leads to providing a better level of nutrition, health care, education, and entertainment, thus improving the quality of life and achieving wellbeing for family members.


Benefits to the society


  • Reducing the steady increase in population growth and the economic difficulties accompanying it by increasing productivity and the average national income per capita and thus alleviating poverty and increasing the opportunity for economic development in addition to reducing the financial cost that is allocated to taking care of the pregnancies.
  • Achieving a balance between the available natural resources and the population, which reduces the burden on the state to secure public services such as housing, water, energy, education, health, and social services to meet the needs of society members.
  • Reducing the crimes and the spread of corruption among members of society.