This chapter consists of four sections and provides thoughts and comments on the empirical findings from the proposed model. The first section, Enhancing Gender Equality Approach to Women's Reproductive Health, starts with a review of the historical background and moves on to the analysis of the gender equality approach to women's reproductive health. The second section focuses on the social policy issues. Section three provides comments on the limitations of the study and the need for more empirical research. The last section presents a brief summary of this study. The issue of women's reproductive health and gender equality has become one of the core issues among social scientists and feminist scholars. Feminist scholars and social scientists are critical of the biomedical model that discounts the socially constructed constraints on women's health, such as social norms, traditions, codes, and practices. The gender equality approach to health and demographic behavior was first pronounced in the 1980s.