Abstract: Background: Family Planning (FP) program after reformation show no progress. After the regional otonomy was established, the execution of FP program was done by the regional government. Even not all of the region put FP as the priority. Another problem that became the hindrance is the lack of staff, jamming of FP equipment, and the poor who can’t afford to this program. Free contraception have been given to the poor by community health center but the poor have no money for the transport to the community health center. The aim of this study is to analise the poor family attitude to family planning in Bangkok Village,Boyolali This research is a descriptive non experimental research and use case study design in Bangkok Village, Boyolali. This research use qualitative analysis. Data was gathered by non participative observation, interview and documentation, also by focus group discussion as the way to gather data from a group according to the discussion result or interview that focus on certain problem. Results: The poor’s attitude to FP program was good. This was help by JAMKESMAS program, which give free access to FP program for the participant. It is the same target with BKKBN that focus the FP program to the poor. In spite of that, the availability of contraseption and service from midwife also influence the community attitude and FP program at Bangkok village. But in the execution of FP program still have some hindrance such as uncomplete and unclear information about the contraception, no public explaination, the source of information only from midwife, lack of quality and quantity of FP staff, also the mindset of the community on the elders. The conclusion is Generally, attitude of the poor family in Bangkok village to FP program is good.
Keywords: family planning, attitude, Bangkok village
Penulis: Rima Futikha, Sunarto, Titik Kuntari