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Abstract Background Since the International Conference on Population and Development, male involvement in reproductive health issues has been advocated as a means to improve maternal and child health outcomes, but to date, health providers have failed to achieve successful male involvement in pregnancy care especially in rural and remote areas where majority of the underserved populations live.

By the time of the quincentennial, debate had become so heated that the National Endowment for the Humanities offered these politically correct topics for projects participating in their program: "expansion of European civilization through the efforts of the Spanish and Portuguese crowns", "new societies and new forms of cultural expression that emerged from the encounters of native American, European and African peoples", and "the ideas - political, religious, philosophical, scientific, technological and aesthetic - that shaped the process of exploration, settlement and cultural conflict and transformation set into motion by Columbus' event of epic chance".