Bangladesh, south Asian nation is one of the most populous countries in the world.Family Planning and population maintenance is the most concerning issue at present for the govt of Bangladesh.Family planning program planners often view men as gatekeepers who, if involved in reproductive decision-making, will impede women's efforts to regulate fertility. This study examined fertility decisions of the family members and assistance of voluntary organization. It also covered male involvement in family planning and use of male methods are associated with the fertility decline and resulted in long-term benefits for women. Traditional notions about gender roles and family, in addition to economic concerns, shaped fertility decision making. Individual motivation rather than choice of methods was more important for positive family participation in family planning. Providers appeared to selectively apply interpersonal skills and common courtesy; rudeness to clients was not merely a reflection of ignorance, since the paramedics appeared to know the basic principles of counseling. Limited access to medication and often arbitrary ways of determining when to dispense it created suspicion.