Background: Law No. 36 in the year of 2009 consists of reproductive health and family planning has been exist. Thestudy is aimed to elucidate the regulation on human right issues. Method: It was an applied study to obtain operationalprogram and review of relevant law and regulation. Data were collected by observation and interviews with offi cials offamily planning services in primary health centers in Malang Municipality, East Java Province and Sampit District, Centerof Kalimantan. Discussions with stakeholders to review the Law No. 36 of 2009 associated with results of the issues.Results: It concludes that health service performed at family planning clinic still did not meet quality of services as expected,specially providing information and counseling contains the patient rights on reproductive health and family planning (therights and obligations of governments, local governments, health professionals and other skilled personnel and community participants of Family Planning), article 71, 72, 73, 74, 78 in Law 36 years of Health in 2009. Conclusions: The formulation of regulations to Law No. 36 of Health and other relevant government regulations on reproductive health and family planning is ideal, but the application still has not fully complied. Recommendations: Health service quality should be improved to provide counseling services in addition to enhance awareness about the rights and obligations to health personels and clients by socialization the Law 36 of 2009. Furthermore, it suggests to reevaluate the Health Act after a period of 5 yearto assess the effectiveness of implementation in the next 3 years with the expectations the family planning program hasbeen socialized in accordance with Law No. 36 of 2009 to providers and clients.