The research included an analysis of the legal basis of state policy on male reproductive health and its implementation by governmental bodies and public organizations. Sociological methods were used to study public awareness of the components of reproductive health and its preservation factors, as well as institutions providing consultations and professional assistance. The authors specifically focused on analyzing the population attitudes towards preservation of men’s reproductive function and their sexual activity as well as on actual behavioral practices, including use of contraceptives, family planning related decisions, seeking assistance at medical institutions, etc. Another line of work was a research of requirements for reproductive health information and services.