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Afghan Family Guidance Association
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| 23 February 2022

Afghan Family Guidance Association

The Afghan Family Guidance Association (AFGA) was established in 1968 and today delivers a comprehensive range of sexual and reproductive health services and programmes. The country has some of the poorest sexual and reproductive health (SRH) statistics in the world, including: 1 in 8 lifetime risk of maternal death 13% of women aged 15-19 give birth annually  28% of children die before they reach their 5th birthday In the light of such fierce challenges, AFGA’s work is vital. Activity was suspended between 1992 and 2002 owing to war and conflict, but now the organization has permanent clinics and mobile facilities. AFGA’s Family Welfare Centres (located in Kabul, Herat and Jalalabad) provide information on contraceptives, and free contraception; counselling on family planning, adolescent health and HIV and AIDS prevention and treatment; antenatal and post-natal care (where no government-run facilities are readily accessible); screening and treatment of  sexually transmitted infections (STIs); basic infertility treatment; and referral of complicated cases to hospital departments. USPs of AFGA: Wide- reach: One of the oldest non-governmental organizations in the country and the sole private provider of SRHR services - contributing significantly to the national SRH health statistics. Strong networks: Has sustained relationships with the government and ministries like Public Health (MoPH), Islamic Affairs, Women Affairs; professional organizations like Afghanistan Midwifery Association (AMA) and International Confederation of Midwives (ICM), and  international agencies including UNFPA. Community-led: Boasts of a strong midwives led SRH program to deliver quality SRH including obstetric care to the underserved communities including those in fragile settings. Resilient: Fighting challenges including resource constraints, embraced innovations (E.G. AFGA Midwifery Helpline Centre) and built a robust digitized data management system including an eCMIS. Youth-focused: Involved in continuous advocacy with multiple stakeholders like MoPH, Ministry of Education (MoE) and Ministry of Hajj & Religious Affairs (MoHRA) for inclusion of CSE curriculum in schools    

Afghan Family Guidance Association
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| 23 February 2022

Afghan Family Guidance Association

The Afghan Family Guidance Association (AFGA) was established in 1968 and today delivers a comprehensive range of sexual and reproductive health services and programmes. The country has some of the poorest sexual and reproductive health (SRH) statistics in the world, including: 1 in 8 lifetime risk of maternal death 13% of women aged 15-19 give birth annually  28% of children die before they reach their 5th birthday In the light of such fierce challenges, AFGA’s work is vital. Activity was suspended between 1992 and 2002 owing to war and conflict, but now the organization has permanent clinics and mobile facilities. AFGA’s Family Welfare Centres (located in Kabul, Herat and Jalalabad) provide information on contraceptives, and free contraception; counselling on family planning, adolescent health and HIV and AIDS prevention and treatment; antenatal and post-natal care (where no government-run facilities are readily accessible); screening and treatment of  sexually transmitted infections (STIs); basic infertility treatment; and referral of complicated cases to hospital departments. USPs of AFGA: Wide- reach: One of the oldest non-governmental organizations in the country and the sole private provider of SRHR services - contributing significantly to the national SRH health statistics. Strong networks: Has sustained relationships with the government and ministries like Public Health (MoPH), Islamic Affairs, Women Affairs; professional organizations like Afghanistan Midwifery Association (AMA) and International Confederation of Midwives (ICM), and  international agencies including UNFPA. Community-led: Boasts of a strong midwives led SRH program to deliver quality SRH including obstetric care to the underserved communities including those in fragile settings. Resilient: Fighting challenges including resource constraints, embraced innovations (E.G. AFGA Midwifery Helpline Centre) and built a robust digitized data management system including an eCMIS. Youth-focused: Involved in continuous advocacy with multiple stakeholders like MoPH, Ministry of Education (MoE) and Ministry of Hajj & Religious Affairs (MoHRA) for inclusion of CSE curriculum in schools    

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| 31 March 2016

Family Health Association of Iran

The Family Health Association of Iran is a non-governmental, non-profit, non- political, and volunteer base association. It was established in 1995 by a board including researchers and academic experts in reproductive health field with receiving the ministry of Interior certificate. Family Health Association of Iran is committed to improving and providing reproductive healthcare for everyone especially adolescents, youth, women and vulnerable groups with consistence of cultural, social and religious values of the society. Family Health Association of Iran is a full member of IPPF (South Asia Region) since 1995. The association holds special consultative status in the health field with UN-ECOSOC since 2010, and is a member of the World Hepatitis Alliance since 2018. FHA Iran has 4 SDPs in which the association provides harm reduction, prevention of STDs, psychological counselling, individual and group educational sessions, VCT, midwifery services, providing harm reduction items and referral, PHC, prenatal, antenatal and postnatal care, breastfeeding, vaccination, monitoring child development, hearing and vision screening, puberty, screening the most common gynaecological cancers, screening non-communicable diseases, GBV screening and counselling, care for the middle-aged and elderly people and providing supplements. The association has one mobile clinic and provides SRH and non SRH services in deprived and marginalized areas. Also, FHA Iran cooperates with associate clinics in providing these services. All services provided based on Iran's situation and law. In 2020, FHA Iran provided 846,396 total services to 45,994 clients free of charge.  

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| 31 March 2016

Family Health Association of Iran

The Family Health Association of Iran is a non-governmental, non-profit, non- political, and volunteer base association. It was established in 1995 by a board including researchers and academic experts in reproductive health field with receiving the ministry of Interior certificate. Family Health Association of Iran is committed to improving and providing reproductive healthcare for everyone especially adolescents, youth, women and vulnerable groups with consistence of cultural, social and religious values of the society. Family Health Association of Iran is a full member of IPPF (South Asia Region) since 1995. The association holds special consultative status in the health field with UN-ECOSOC since 2010, and is a member of the World Hepatitis Alliance since 2018. FHA Iran has 4 SDPs in which the association provides harm reduction, prevention of STDs, psychological counselling, individual and group educational sessions, VCT, midwifery services, providing harm reduction items and referral, PHC, prenatal, antenatal and postnatal care, breastfeeding, vaccination, monitoring child development, hearing and vision screening, puberty, screening the most common gynaecological cancers, screening non-communicable diseases, GBV screening and counselling, care for the middle-aged and elderly people and providing supplements. The association has one mobile clinic and provides SRH and non SRH services in deprived and marginalized areas. Also, FHA Iran cooperates with associate clinics in providing these services. All services provided based on Iran's situation and law. In 2020, FHA Iran provided 846,396 total services to 45,994 clients free of charge.  

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| 31 March 2016

Family Planning Association of Bangladesh (FPAB)

The Family Planning Association of Bangladesh (FPAB) pioneered the family planning movement in the country. The oldest and largest non-governmental organization (NGO) of its kind, FPAB was established in 1953 under the dynamic leadership of Prof. Dr. Humayra Sayed – a renowned social workerwith the objective of improving the quality of life of the underprivileged section of the society. Its work is diverse. It aims at promoting sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) through advocacy and services across Bangladesh, especially for poor and vulnerable people. It also defends the right of young people to enjoy their sexual lives free from ill-health, unwanted pregnancy, violence and discrimination. FPAB operates a robust and dynamic network of 21 comprehensive clinics, 6 unit clinics and 58 mobile facilities. Youth-friendly services are provided from 21 special centres called ‘TararMela’. A total of 1,260 Reproductive Health Promoters (RHPs) provide community-based doorstep sexual and reproductive healthcare all year round. Women empowerment activities are carried out by 72 Family Development Centres (FDC) run by 21 branch offices of the organization. Our core goals include: Improving the quality of lives of individuals, especially the poor and vulnerable people, by campaigning for sexual health and reproductive rights through advocacy and services; Defending  the right of all young people to enjoy their sexual lives free from ill-health, unwanted pregnancy, violence and discrimination; Supporting woman’s right to choose to terminate her pregnancy legally and safely; Striving to eliminate Sexually Transmitted Infections and to eradicate HIV/AIDS; Building partnership with the stakeholders to achieve organizational goals more efficiently and effectively. USPs of FPAB: Institutional linkages: The largest and oldest NGO in the country providing family planning services, FPAB partners with government departments including the Ministry of Women and Children Affairs (MoWCA), Ministry of Health Family Welfare (MoHFW) Directorate of Health Services, Directorate of Family Planning and Directorate of Social Welfare. It also collaborates with a vast network of CSOs the media and donor agencies. Strong infrastructure: Strong franchise of service delivery points across the country including 21 static clinics with well-equipped state of the art laboratory and radiology facilities, which are autonomous and locally owned. Further, hotlines are established in all the 21 clinics for e-counselling and services. Robust distribution model:  Provides services to around 5 million people (including 53% young people), contributing to around 4.5% of the total national family planning performance every year. Community-focussed: With a frontline workforce of over thousand trained Reproductive Health Promoters (RHPs) and 70 + Family development Centres (FDCs), FPAB delivers very effective community-based SRH and FP interventions. Youth- Led: Tarar Mela- a successful youth initiative of FPAB - emphasises on holistic youth engagement and leadership delivering CSE and youth friendly services in an effective way    

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| 31 March 2016

Family Planning Association of Bangladesh (FPAB)

The Family Planning Association of Bangladesh (FPAB) pioneered the family planning movement in the country. The oldest and largest non-governmental organization (NGO) of its kind, FPAB was established in 1953 under the dynamic leadership of Prof. Dr. Humayra Sayed – a renowned social workerwith the objective of improving the quality of life of the underprivileged section of the society. Its work is diverse. It aims at promoting sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) through advocacy and services across Bangladesh, especially for poor and vulnerable people. It also defends the right of young people to enjoy their sexual lives free from ill-health, unwanted pregnancy, violence and discrimination. FPAB operates a robust and dynamic network of 21 comprehensive clinics, 6 unit clinics and 58 mobile facilities. Youth-friendly services are provided from 21 special centres called ‘TararMela’. A total of 1,260 Reproductive Health Promoters (RHPs) provide community-based doorstep sexual and reproductive healthcare all year round. Women empowerment activities are carried out by 72 Family Development Centres (FDC) run by 21 branch offices of the organization. Our core goals include: Improving the quality of lives of individuals, especially the poor and vulnerable people, by campaigning for sexual health and reproductive rights through advocacy and services; Defending  the right of all young people to enjoy their sexual lives free from ill-health, unwanted pregnancy, violence and discrimination; Supporting woman’s right to choose to terminate her pregnancy legally and safely; Striving to eliminate Sexually Transmitted Infections and to eradicate HIV/AIDS; Building partnership with the stakeholders to achieve organizational goals more efficiently and effectively. USPs of FPAB: Institutional linkages: The largest and oldest NGO in the country providing family planning services, FPAB partners with government departments including the Ministry of Women and Children Affairs (MoWCA), Ministry of Health Family Welfare (MoHFW) Directorate of Health Services, Directorate of Family Planning and Directorate of Social Welfare. It also collaborates with a vast network of CSOs the media and donor agencies. Strong infrastructure: Strong franchise of service delivery points across the country including 21 static clinics with well-equipped state of the art laboratory and radiology facilities, which are autonomous and locally owned. Further, hotlines are established in all the 21 clinics for e-counselling and services. Robust distribution model:  Provides services to around 5 million people (including 53% young people), contributing to around 4.5% of the total national family planning performance every year. Community-focussed: With a frontline workforce of over thousand trained Reproductive Health Promoters (RHPs) and 70 + Family development Centres (FDCs), FPAB delivers very effective community-based SRH and FP interventions. Youth- Led: Tarar Mela- a successful youth initiative of FPAB - emphasises on holistic youth engagement and leadership delivering CSE and youth friendly services in an effective way    

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| 31 March 2016

Family Planning Association of India

Established in 1949, Family Planning Association of India is a voluntary non-governmental organization, which pioneered the family planning movement in India. FPA India works on a wide range of SRHR issues encompassing family planning, maternal health, child survival, HIV/AIDS, safe abortion, reproductive tract cancer screening and prevention, gender empowerment and young people, and mitigation of gender-based violence (GBV). Key strategies include ensuring access to high quality SRH services and strengthening health systems; strengthening access to information and services for young people; comprehensive sexuality education; capacity building of health care providers and community volunteers on SRHR issues; engaging with communities and individuals to change gender disparity and promote SRHR; promoting livelihood opportunities for economic empowerment of the poor and vulnerable and advocacy for policy change at the national and state level. FPA India reaches a population of more than 30 million annually, on an average. Presently, FPA India operates through 45 Branches and Projects across 18 States, supported by more than 3000 community based volunteers and more than 1000 staff. Services are provided through 39 Reproductive Health and Family Planning Centres (RHFPCs), 19 Urban Family Welfare Centres (UFWC) that are government funded, 19 satellite clinics, 229 associated clinics, 56 outreach service units with support from 510 CBDs, 119 private physicians and 33 other agencies. During the year 2020, SRH services were provided to 4.2 million clients, of which nearly 40% were young people below the age of 24 years.  Vision: All people empowered to enjoy their sexual and reproductive health choices and rights in an India free from stigma and discrimination Mission: A voluntary commitment to SRHR to ADVOCATE for and ENABLE gender equality and empowerment for all including poor and vulnerable people, ENSURE information, education and services, POWERED by knowledge, innovation and technology towards sustainable development.  USPs of FPAI: Pioneer- The largest and oldest Civil Society Organisation in India and the founding member of IPPF in 1952. FPAI is the driving force to make India the first country in the world to include family planning in the country’s Planning Commission. Strategic Partner- A key member of government committees on SRH and FP matters, FPAI is a leading SRH advocate in the country including Pratigya campaign- a coalition that works towards protecting and advancing women’s rights and their access to safe abortion care in India, working with governments, organisations and media at the national and state levels. Far-reaching - FPAI, with its strong franchise of service delivery points including 41 static clinics distributed across the country delivers vital SRH services to the unreached, like tribal populations, LGBTQI, prison inmates, and communities affected by humanitarian crises. Enterprising : FPAI has nurtured support from corporates and large private foundations to implement not only SRH services through CSR initiatives but also hosting sports and cultural events including the prestigious Tata Mumbai Marathon (TMM)ranked amongst the top 10 marathons in the world. Innovative : FPAI is taking big strides in adoption of Self-Care and Digital Health interventions in delivering SRH services and to that effect hosted a business initiative as a part of the Global Strategic Plan of IPPF, Frontiers in SRHR Access for Women and Youth.

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| 31 March 2016

Family Planning Association of India

Established in 1949, Family Planning Association of India is a voluntary non-governmental organization, which pioneered the family planning movement in India. FPA India works on a wide range of SRHR issues encompassing family planning, maternal health, child survival, HIV/AIDS, safe abortion, reproductive tract cancer screening and prevention, gender empowerment and young people, and mitigation of gender-based violence (GBV). Key strategies include ensuring access to high quality SRH services and strengthening health systems; strengthening access to information and services for young people; comprehensive sexuality education; capacity building of health care providers and community volunteers on SRHR issues; engaging with communities and individuals to change gender disparity and promote SRHR; promoting livelihood opportunities for economic empowerment of the poor and vulnerable and advocacy for policy change at the national and state level. FPA India reaches a population of more than 30 million annually, on an average. Presently, FPA India operates through 45 Branches and Projects across 18 States, supported by more than 3000 community based volunteers and more than 1000 staff. Services are provided through 39 Reproductive Health and Family Planning Centres (RHFPCs), 19 Urban Family Welfare Centres (UFWC) that are government funded, 19 satellite clinics, 229 associated clinics, 56 outreach service units with support from 510 CBDs, 119 private physicians and 33 other agencies. During the year 2020, SRH services were provided to 4.2 million clients, of which nearly 40% were young people below the age of 24 years.  Vision: All people empowered to enjoy their sexual and reproductive health choices and rights in an India free from stigma and discrimination Mission: A voluntary commitment to SRHR to ADVOCATE for and ENABLE gender equality and empowerment for all including poor and vulnerable people, ENSURE information, education and services, POWERED by knowledge, innovation and technology towards sustainable development.  USPs of FPAI: Pioneer- The largest and oldest Civil Society Organisation in India and the founding member of IPPF in 1952. FPAI is the driving force to make India the first country in the world to include family planning in the country’s Planning Commission. Strategic Partner- A key member of government committees on SRH and FP matters, FPAI is a leading SRH advocate in the country including Pratigya campaign- a coalition that works towards protecting and advancing women’s rights and their access to safe abortion care in India, working with governments, organisations and media at the national and state levels. Far-reaching - FPAI, with its strong franchise of service delivery points including 41 static clinics distributed across the country delivers vital SRH services to the unreached, like tribal populations, LGBTQI, prison inmates, and communities affected by humanitarian crises. Enterprising : FPAI has nurtured support from corporates and large private foundations to implement not only SRH services through CSR initiatives but also hosting sports and cultural events including the prestigious Tata Mumbai Marathon (TMM)ranked amongst the top 10 marathons in the world. Innovative : FPAI is taking big strides in adoption of Self-Care and Digital Health interventions in delivering SRH services and to that effect hosted a business initiative as a part of the Global Strategic Plan of IPPF, Frontiers in SRHR Access for Women and Youth.

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| 31 March 2016

Family Planning Association of Nepal

Established in 1959. the Family Planning Association of Nepal (FPAN) is Nepal's first national family planning service delivery and advocacy organization. It is a major collaborator of the Government of Nepal's national sexual and reproductive health (SRH) program, contributing a greater percentage of all SRH services in Nepal annually. FPAN serves Nepalese people in 44 districts, focusing on the poor, marginalized, socially excluded and underserved (PMSEU) populations, which include female sex workers, people living with HIV (PLHIV), LGBTIQ people, injecting drug users, men who have sex with men (MSM), migrant workers, people with disabilities (PWD), survivors of gender-based violence (GBV), urban slum dweller and people affected by disaster and crisis. The mission of FPAN is to "champion a volunteer movement for increased provision of SRHR to all, particularly to those most at risk, marginalized, and under-served". The planned outcomes set by FPAN for the strategic planning period (2016-2022) include: Nepal Government respects, protects and fulfil sexual and reproductive rights and gender equality; Nepalese people empowered to act freely on their sexual and reproductive health and rights; a high quality integrated sexual and reproductive health services delivered; and a high performing, accountable and strong FPAN. The success of FPAN is due to its extensive and diverse network of service delivery points, as well as its expertly trained staff and volunteers who provide services in areas where they would otherwise be unavailable. FPAN provides an Integrated Package of Essential Services (IPES), which includes sexuality counselling, contraception, including emergency contraception, safe abortion, STIS/RTIs, HIV & AIDS, obstetrics, gynecological and sexual & gender-based violence services. These services are provided across 974 service delivery points (including 270 clinical SDPs, 22 family health clinics, 56 community health clinics, 75 associate clinics, 117 mobile teams, and 794 non-clinical service delivery points). FPAN provides approximately four million SRH services each year across its service delivery points, with family planning accounting for 40%, STIs/RTIs for 14%, gynaecological services for 12%, HIV services for 10%, and other services accounting for the remaining 24%. FPAN has eight clinical training centres that are connected to its family health clinics, which provide full range of family planning and reproductive health services. The training centres are accredited by the National Health Training Centre, (MoHP). These centres provide a variety of family planning and sexual and reproductive health training to health care providers from FPAN, government, and non-governmental organizations (NGO) health facilities. USPs of FPAN: Trusted: FPAN is leading SRHR agency in Nepal having established its credentials by: Chairing the Non-government Organization Coordination Committee (NGOCC); providing technical capacity to national and local health CSOs and CBOs on SRH including family planning and; being a member of provincial RH committees of all seven provinces of the country Last mile reach: FPAN has service delivery points across the country providing 25% of the national share of basic reproductive health services and of which  85 percent clients coming  from the poor, marginalized and vulnerable communities. Strategic Partner: Played a significant role in the formulation and implementation of Safe Motherhood and Reproductive Health Act, RH regulation and various guidelines (RMNCAH guideline, helpline guideline) (SMRHR & NAHDS 2020). Community-led: Delivers a very effective and efficient  contraceptive and abortion care services through successful task shifting and a well-organized Community Based Distributors (CBDs) network which helped place FPAN in top 10 providers of Couple Years Protected amongst IPPF MAs. ​ Youth - focussed : Pioneer for youth based SRHR, including the successfully integration of Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) into grade 9-12 curriculum, in Health and Physical Education subject. Agile: Forerunner in adopting IPPF’s Social Franchise Framework Development, diversifying funding sources and advancing towards sustainability. (Raised 206,000 USD in 2020). FPAN is also ready to start IVF and hormonal clinics soon.

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| 31 March 2016

Family Planning Association of Nepal

Established in 1959. the Family Planning Association of Nepal (FPAN) is Nepal's first national family planning service delivery and advocacy organization. It is a major collaborator of the Government of Nepal's national sexual and reproductive health (SRH) program, contributing a greater percentage of all SRH services in Nepal annually. FPAN serves Nepalese people in 44 districts, focusing on the poor, marginalized, socially excluded and underserved (PMSEU) populations, which include female sex workers, people living with HIV (PLHIV), LGBTIQ people, injecting drug users, men who have sex with men (MSM), migrant workers, people with disabilities (PWD), survivors of gender-based violence (GBV), urban slum dweller and people affected by disaster and crisis. The mission of FPAN is to "champion a volunteer movement for increased provision of SRHR to all, particularly to those most at risk, marginalized, and under-served". The planned outcomes set by FPAN for the strategic planning period (2016-2022) include: Nepal Government respects, protects and fulfil sexual and reproductive rights and gender equality; Nepalese people empowered to act freely on their sexual and reproductive health and rights; a high quality integrated sexual and reproductive health services delivered; and a high performing, accountable and strong FPAN. The success of FPAN is due to its extensive and diverse network of service delivery points, as well as its expertly trained staff and volunteers who provide services in areas where they would otherwise be unavailable. FPAN provides an Integrated Package of Essential Services (IPES), which includes sexuality counselling, contraception, including emergency contraception, safe abortion, STIS/RTIs, HIV & AIDS, obstetrics, gynecological and sexual & gender-based violence services. These services are provided across 974 service delivery points (including 270 clinical SDPs, 22 family health clinics, 56 community health clinics, 75 associate clinics, 117 mobile teams, and 794 non-clinical service delivery points). FPAN provides approximately four million SRH services each year across its service delivery points, with family planning accounting for 40%, STIs/RTIs for 14%, gynaecological services for 12%, HIV services for 10%, and other services accounting for the remaining 24%. FPAN has eight clinical training centres that are connected to its family health clinics, which provide full range of family planning and reproductive health services. The training centres are accredited by the National Health Training Centre, (MoHP). These centres provide a variety of family planning and sexual and reproductive health training to health care providers from FPAN, government, and non-governmental organizations (NGO) health facilities. USPs of FPAN: Trusted: FPAN is leading SRHR agency in Nepal having established its credentials by: Chairing the Non-government Organization Coordination Committee (NGOCC); providing technical capacity to national and local health CSOs and CBOs on SRH including family planning and; being a member of provincial RH committees of all seven provinces of the country Last mile reach: FPAN has service delivery points across the country providing 25% of the national share of basic reproductive health services and of which  85 percent clients coming  from the poor, marginalized and vulnerable communities. Strategic Partner: Played a significant role in the formulation and implementation of Safe Motherhood and Reproductive Health Act, RH regulation and various guidelines (RMNCAH guideline, helpline guideline) (SMRHR & NAHDS 2020). Community-led: Delivers a very effective and efficient  contraceptive and abortion care services through successful task shifting and a well-organized Community Based Distributors (CBDs) network which helped place FPAN in top 10 providers of Couple Years Protected amongst IPPF MAs. ​ Youth - focussed : Pioneer for youth based SRHR, including the successfully integration of Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) into grade 9-12 curriculum, in Health and Physical Education subject. Agile: Forerunner in adopting IPPF’s Social Franchise Framework Development, diversifying funding sources and advancing towards sustainability. (Raised 206,000 USD in 2020). FPAN is also ready to start IVF and hormonal clinics soon.

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Family Planning Association of Sri Lanka

Established in 1953, The Family Planning Association of Sri Lanka (FPA Sri Lanka), pioneered the concept of family planning in the country and is a non-governmental organization (NGO) that explores innovative and challenging processes of family planning in Sri Lanka. We are proud to be one of the most expansive and well known NGO's in the country that focuses on family planning, Sexual and Reproductive Health and welfare. Today FPASL focuses on providing services to marginalized and under-served communities, growing its SRH product range to enhance consumer choice and advocacy to ensure SRHR of all people in the country. FPA Sri Lanka advocates to increase political commitment to sexual and reproductive health education (with political and religious leaders).  FPA works with community members specially youth to change norms and attitudes towards SRHR. It promotes the right to access SRH education through island-wide workshops.  It seeks to eradicate unsafe abortion and liberalise abortion laws, and it aims to foster community involvement in projects. FPA works with the LGBTIQ community to address stigma and discrimination faced by the community. FPASL has six Service Delivery Points. Clinics offer a comprehensive range of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services. These include contraception, counselling, diagnostic services, HIV and STI screening and voluntary counselling and testing. FPA Sri Lanka works closely both with the Ministry of Health. The average number of clients per year is 85,862, and average number of SRH services provided is 430,404. The Member Association also addresses key SRH and relationship issues faced by young through the Happy Life Call Centre. This centre provides information on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) to the general public through a range of new media tools. FPA Sri Lanka has developed a highly successful Social Marketing Programme (contraceptives). Today it’s the market leader in this product category and contributes around 40% of the total CYPs generated in Sri Lanka. By making a range of contraceptive products available to the consumers and supplementing it by the free FP services provided by the government, Sri Lanka has recorded a CPR of around 70%. USPs of FPASL: Specialisation: Key program teams dedicated to functions like advocacy; organizational learning and evidence generation; and social marketing.   Social Marketing Program: The successful program has established FPASL as the market leader in contraceptives, contributing to around 15% of the modern Contraceptive Prevelance Rate (mCPR) in Sri Lanka.   Social Enterprise Hub: FPASL helps other Member Associations of IPPF to establish and grow social enterprises to increase and diversify their funding bases for greater sustainability.   Strategic Partnerships: A key partner of Ministry of Health in the National STD/AIDS Control Program (NSACP); FPASL leads the national HIV response and is a principal recipient of The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) working directly with 20 implementing entities in the country.   Impact-led: A decade-long focus on Monitoring and Evaluation enables FPASL to have an evidence-based approach in designing and implementing interventions for greater impact.  

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| 31 March 2016

Family Planning Association of Sri Lanka

Established in 1953, The Family Planning Association of Sri Lanka (FPA Sri Lanka), pioneered the concept of family planning in the country and is a non-governmental organization (NGO) that explores innovative and challenging processes of family planning in Sri Lanka. We are proud to be one of the most expansive and well known NGO's in the country that focuses on family planning, Sexual and Reproductive Health and welfare. Today FPASL focuses on providing services to marginalized and under-served communities, growing its SRH product range to enhance consumer choice and advocacy to ensure SRHR of all people in the country. FPA Sri Lanka advocates to increase political commitment to sexual and reproductive health education (with political and religious leaders).  FPA works with community members specially youth to change norms and attitudes towards SRHR. It promotes the right to access SRH education through island-wide workshops.  It seeks to eradicate unsafe abortion and liberalise abortion laws, and it aims to foster community involvement in projects. FPA works with the LGBTIQ community to address stigma and discrimination faced by the community. FPASL has six Service Delivery Points. Clinics offer a comprehensive range of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services. These include contraception, counselling, diagnostic services, HIV and STI screening and voluntary counselling and testing. FPA Sri Lanka works closely both with the Ministry of Health. The average number of clients per year is 85,862, and average number of SRH services provided is 430,404. The Member Association also addresses key SRH and relationship issues faced by young through the Happy Life Call Centre. This centre provides information on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) to the general public through a range of new media tools. FPA Sri Lanka has developed a highly successful Social Marketing Programme (contraceptives). Today it’s the market leader in this product category and contributes around 40% of the total CYPs generated in Sri Lanka. By making a range of contraceptive products available to the consumers and supplementing it by the free FP services provided by the government, Sri Lanka has recorded a CPR of around 70%. USPs of FPASL: Specialisation: Key program teams dedicated to functions like advocacy; organizational learning and evidence generation; and social marketing.   Social Marketing Program: The successful program has established FPASL as the market leader in contraceptives, contributing to around 15% of the modern Contraceptive Prevelance Rate (mCPR) in Sri Lanka.   Social Enterprise Hub: FPASL helps other Member Associations of IPPF to establish and grow social enterprises to increase and diversify their funding bases for greater sustainability.   Strategic Partnerships: A key partner of Ministry of Health in the National STD/AIDS Control Program (NSACP); FPASL leads the national HIV response and is a principal recipient of The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) working directly with 20 implementing entities in the country.   Impact-led: A decade-long focus on Monitoring and Evaluation enables FPASL to have an evidence-based approach in designing and implementing interventions for greater impact.  

Afghan Family Guidance Association
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| 23 February 2022

Afghan Family Guidance Association

The Afghan Family Guidance Association (AFGA) was established in 1968 and today delivers a comprehensive range of sexual and reproductive health services and programmes. The country has some of the poorest sexual and reproductive health (SRH) statistics in the world, including: 1 in 8 lifetime risk of maternal death 13% of women aged 15-19 give birth annually  28% of children die before they reach their 5th birthday In the light of such fierce challenges, AFGA’s work is vital. Activity was suspended between 1992 and 2002 owing to war and conflict, but now the organization has permanent clinics and mobile facilities. AFGA’s Family Welfare Centres (located in Kabul, Herat and Jalalabad) provide information on contraceptives, and free contraception; counselling on family planning, adolescent health and HIV and AIDS prevention and treatment; antenatal and post-natal care (where no government-run facilities are readily accessible); screening and treatment of  sexually transmitted infections (STIs); basic infertility treatment; and referral of complicated cases to hospital departments. USPs of AFGA: Wide- reach: One of the oldest non-governmental organizations in the country and the sole private provider of SRHR services - contributing significantly to the national SRH health statistics. Strong networks: Has sustained relationships with the government and ministries like Public Health (MoPH), Islamic Affairs, Women Affairs; professional organizations like Afghanistan Midwifery Association (AMA) and International Confederation of Midwives (ICM), and  international agencies including UNFPA. Community-led: Boasts of a strong midwives led SRH program to deliver quality SRH including obstetric care to the underserved communities including those in fragile settings. Resilient: Fighting challenges including resource constraints, embraced innovations (E.G. AFGA Midwifery Helpline Centre) and built a robust digitized data management system including an eCMIS. Youth-focused: Involved in continuous advocacy with multiple stakeholders like MoPH, Ministry of Education (MoE) and Ministry of Hajj & Religious Affairs (MoHRA) for inclusion of CSE curriculum in schools    

Afghan Family Guidance Association
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| 23 February 2022

Afghan Family Guidance Association

The Afghan Family Guidance Association (AFGA) was established in 1968 and today delivers a comprehensive range of sexual and reproductive health services and programmes. The country has some of the poorest sexual and reproductive health (SRH) statistics in the world, including: 1 in 8 lifetime risk of maternal death 13% of women aged 15-19 give birth annually  28% of children die before they reach their 5th birthday In the light of such fierce challenges, AFGA’s work is vital. Activity was suspended between 1992 and 2002 owing to war and conflict, but now the organization has permanent clinics and mobile facilities. AFGA’s Family Welfare Centres (located in Kabul, Herat and Jalalabad) provide information on contraceptives, and free contraception; counselling on family planning, adolescent health and HIV and AIDS prevention and treatment; antenatal and post-natal care (where no government-run facilities are readily accessible); screening and treatment of  sexually transmitted infections (STIs); basic infertility treatment; and referral of complicated cases to hospital departments. USPs of AFGA: Wide- reach: One of the oldest non-governmental organizations in the country and the sole private provider of SRHR services - contributing significantly to the national SRH health statistics. Strong networks: Has sustained relationships with the government and ministries like Public Health (MoPH), Islamic Affairs, Women Affairs; professional organizations like Afghanistan Midwifery Association (AMA) and International Confederation of Midwives (ICM), and  international agencies including UNFPA. Community-led: Boasts of a strong midwives led SRH program to deliver quality SRH including obstetric care to the underserved communities including those in fragile settings. Resilient: Fighting challenges including resource constraints, embraced innovations (E.G. AFGA Midwifery Helpline Centre) and built a robust digitized data management system including an eCMIS. Youth-focused: Involved in continuous advocacy with multiple stakeholders like MoPH, Ministry of Education (MoE) and Ministry of Hajj & Religious Affairs (MoHRA) for inclusion of CSE curriculum in schools    

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| 31 March 2016

Family Health Association of Iran

The Family Health Association of Iran is a non-governmental, non-profit, non- political, and volunteer base association. It was established in 1995 by a board including researchers and academic experts in reproductive health field with receiving the ministry of Interior certificate. Family Health Association of Iran is committed to improving and providing reproductive healthcare for everyone especially adolescents, youth, women and vulnerable groups with consistence of cultural, social and religious values of the society. Family Health Association of Iran is a full member of IPPF (South Asia Region) since 1995. The association holds special consultative status in the health field with UN-ECOSOC since 2010, and is a member of the World Hepatitis Alliance since 2018. FHA Iran has 4 SDPs in which the association provides harm reduction, prevention of STDs, psychological counselling, individual and group educational sessions, VCT, midwifery services, providing harm reduction items and referral, PHC, prenatal, antenatal and postnatal care, breastfeeding, vaccination, monitoring child development, hearing and vision screening, puberty, screening the most common gynaecological cancers, screening non-communicable diseases, GBV screening and counselling, care for the middle-aged and elderly people and providing supplements. The association has one mobile clinic and provides SRH and non SRH services in deprived and marginalized areas. Also, FHA Iran cooperates with associate clinics in providing these services. All services provided based on Iran's situation and law. In 2020, FHA Iran provided 846,396 total services to 45,994 clients free of charge.  

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| 31 March 2016

Family Health Association of Iran

The Family Health Association of Iran is a non-governmental, non-profit, non- political, and volunteer base association. It was established in 1995 by a board including researchers and academic experts in reproductive health field with receiving the ministry of Interior certificate. Family Health Association of Iran is committed to improving and providing reproductive healthcare for everyone especially adolescents, youth, women and vulnerable groups with consistence of cultural, social and religious values of the society. Family Health Association of Iran is a full member of IPPF (South Asia Region) since 1995. The association holds special consultative status in the health field with UN-ECOSOC since 2010, and is a member of the World Hepatitis Alliance since 2018. FHA Iran has 4 SDPs in which the association provides harm reduction, prevention of STDs, psychological counselling, individual and group educational sessions, VCT, midwifery services, providing harm reduction items and referral, PHC, prenatal, antenatal and postnatal care, breastfeeding, vaccination, monitoring child development, hearing and vision screening, puberty, screening the most common gynaecological cancers, screening non-communicable diseases, GBV screening and counselling, care for the middle-aged and elderly people and providing supplements. The association has one mobile clinic and provides SRH and non SRH services in deprived and marginalized areas. Also, FHA Iran cooperates with associate clinics in providing these services. All services provided based on Iran's situation and law. In 2020, FHA Iran provided 846,396 total services to 45,994 clients free of charge.  

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| 31 March 2016

Family Planning Association of Bangladesh (FPAB)

The Family Planning Association of Bangladesh (FPAB) pioneered the family planning movement in the country. The oldest and largest non-governmental organization (NGO) of its kind, FPAB was established in 1953 under the dynamic leadership of Prof. Dr. Humayra Sayed – a renowned social workerwith the objective of improving the quality of life of the underprivileged section of the society. Its work is diverse. It aims at promoting sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) through advocacy and services across Bangladesh, especially for poor and vulnerable people. It also defends the right of young people to enjoy their sexual lives free from ill-health, unwanted pregnancy, violence and discrimination. FPAB operates a robust and dynamic network of 21 comprehensive clinics, 6 unit clinics and 58 mobile facilities. Youth-friendly services are provided from 21 special centres called ‘TararMela’. A total of 1,260 Reproductive Health Promoters (RHPs) provide community-based doorstep sexual and reproductive healthcare all year round. Women empowerment activities are carried out by 72 Family Development Centres (FDC) run by 21 branch offices of the organization. Our core goals include: Improving the quality of lives of individuals, especially the poor and vulnerable people, by campaigning for sexual health and reproductive rights through advocacy and services; Defending  the right of all young people to enjoy their sexual lives free from ill-health, unwanted pregnancy, violence and discrimination; Supporting woman’s right to choose to terminate her pregnancy legally and safely; Striving to eliminate Sexually Transmitted Infections and to eradicate HIV/AIDS; Building partnership with the stakeholders to achieve organizational goals more efficiently and effectively. USPs of FPAB: Institutional linkages: The largest and oldest NGO in the country providing family planning services, FPAB partners with government departments including the Ministry of Women and Children Affairs (MoWCA), Ministry of Health Family Welfare (MoHFW) Directorate of Health Services, Directorate of Family Planning and Directorate of Social Welfare. It also collaborates with a vast network of CSOs the media and donor agencies. Strong infrastructure: Strong franchise of service delivery points across the country including 21 static clinics with well-equipped state of the art laboratory and radiology facilities, which are autonomous and locally owned. Further, hotlines are established in all the 21 clinics for e-counselling and services. Robust distribution model:  Provides services to around 5 million people (including 53% young people), contributing to around 4.5% of the total national family planning performance every year. Community-focussed: With a frontline workforce of over thousand trained Reproductive Health Promoters (RHPs) and 70 + Family development Centres (FDCs), FPAB delivers very effective community-based SRH and FP interventions. Youth- Led: Tarar Mela- a successful youth initiative of FPAB - emphasises on holistic youth engagement and leadership delivering CSE and youth friendly services in an effective way    

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| 31 March 2016

Family Planning Association of Bangladesh (FPAB)

The Family Planning Association of Bangladesh (FPAB) pioneered the family planning movement in the country. The oldest and largest non-governmental organization (NGO) of its kind, FPAB was established in 1953 under the dynamic leadership of Prof. Dr. Humayra Sayed – a renowned social workerwith the objective of improving the quality of life of the underprivileged section of the society. Its work is diverse. It aims at promoting sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) through advocacy and services across Bangladesh, especially for poor and vulnerable people. It also defends the right of young people to enjoy their sexual lives free from ill-health, unwanted pregnancy, violence and discrimination. FPAB operates a robust and dynamic network of 21 comprehensive clinics, 6 unit clinics and 58 mobile facilities. Youth-friendly services are provided from 21 special centres called ‘TararMela’. A total of 1,260 Reproductive Health Promoters (RHPs) provide community-based doorstep sexual and reproductive healthcare all year round. Women empowerment activities are carried out by 72 Family Development Centres (FDC) run by 21 branch offices of the organization. Our core goals include: Improving the quality of lives of individuals, especially the poor and vulnerable people, by campaigning for sexual health and reproductive rights through advocacy and services; Defending  the right of all young people to enjoy their sexual lives free from ill-health, unwanted pregnancy, violence and discrimination; Supporting woman’s right to choose to terminate her pregnancy legally and safely; Striving to eliminate Sexually Transmitted Infections and to eradicate HIV/AIDS; Building partnership with the stakeholders to achieve organizational goals more efficiently and effectively. USPs of FPAB: Institutional linkages: The largest and oldest NGO in the country providing family planning services, FPAB partners with government departments including the Ministry of Women and Children Affairs (MoWCA), Ministry of Health Family Welfare (MoHFW) Directorate of Health Services, Directorate of Family Planning and Directorate of Social Welfare. It also collaborates with a vast network of CSOs the media and donor agencies. Strong infrastructure: Strong franchise of service delivery points across the country including 21 static clinics with well-equipped state of the art laboratory and radiology facilities, which are autonomous and locally owned. Further, hotlines are established in all the 21 clinics for e-counselling and services. Robust distribution model:  Provides services to around 5 million people (including 53% young people), contributing to around 4.5% of the total national family planning performance every year. Community-focussed: With a frontline workforce of over thousand trained Reproductive Health Promoters (RHPs) and 70 + Family development Centres (FDCs), FPAB delivers very effective community-based SRH and FP interventions. Youth- Led: Tarar Mela- a successful youth initiative of FPAB - emphasises on holistic youth engagement and leadership delivering CSE and youth friendly services in an effective way    

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| 31 March 2016

Family Planning Association of India

Established in 1949, Family Planning Association of India is a voluntary non-governmental organization, which pioneered the family planning movement in India. FPA India works on a wide range of SRHR issues encompassing family planning, maternal health, child survival, HIV/AIDS, safe abortion, reproductive tract cancer screening and prevention, gender empowerment and young people, and mitigation of gender-based violence (GBV). Key strategies include ensuring access to high quality SRH services and strengthening health systems; strengthening access to information and services for young people; comprehensive sexuality education; capacity building of health care providers and community volunteers on SRHR issues; engaging with communities and individuals to change gender disparity and promote SRHR; promoting livelihood opportunities for economic empowerment of the poor and vulnerable and advocacy for policy change at the national and state level. FPA India reaches a population of more than 30 million annually, on an average. Presently, FPA India operates through 45 Branches and Projects across 18 States, supported by more than 3000 community based volunteers and more than 1000 staff. Services are provided through 39 Reproductive Health and Family Planning Centres (RHFPCs), 19 Urban Family Welfare Centres (UFWC) that are government funded, 19 satellite clinics, 229 associated clinics, 56 outreach service units with support from 510 CBDs, 119 private physicians and 33 other agencies. During the year 2020, SRH services were provided to 4.2 million clients, of which nearly 40% were young people below the age of 24 years.  Vision: All people empowered to enjoy their sexual and reproductive health choices and rights in an India free from stigma and discrimination Mission: A voluntary commitment to SRHR to ADVOCATE for and ENABLE gender equality and empowerment for all including poor and vulnerable people, ENSURE information, education and services, POWERED by knowledge, innovation and technology towards sustainable development.  USPs of FPAI: Pioneer- The largest and oldest Civil Society Organisation in India and the founding member of IPPF in 1952. FPAI is the driving force to make India the first country in the world to include family planning in the country’s Planning Commission. Strategic Partner- A key member of government committees on SRH and FP matters, FPAI is a leading SRH advocate in the country including Pratigya campaign- a coalition that works towards protecting and advancing women’s rights and their access to safe abortion care in India, working with governments, organisations and media at the national and state levels. Far-reaching - FPAI, with its strong franchise of service delivery points including 41 static clinics distributed across the country delivers vital SRH services to the unreached, like tribal populations, LGBTQI, prison inmates, and communities affected by humanitarian crises. Enterprising : FPAI has nurtured support from corporates and large private foundations to implement not only SRH services through CSR initiatives but also hosting sports and cultural events including the prestigious Tata Mumbai Marathon (TMM)ranked amongst the top 10 marathons in the world. Innovative : FPAI is taking big strides in adoption of Self-Care and Digital Health interventions in delivering SRH services and to that effect hosted a business initiative as a part of the Global Strategic Plan of IPPF, Frontiers in SRHR Access for Women and Youth.

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| 31 March 2016

Family Planning Association of India

Established in 1949, Family Planning Association of India is a voluntary non-governmental organization, which pioneered the family planning movement in India. FPA India works on a wide range of SRHR issues encompassing family planning, maternal health, child survival, HIV/AIDS, safe abortion, reproductive tract cancer screening and prevention, gender empowerment and young people, and mitigation of gender-based violence (GBV). Key strategies include ensuring access to high quality SRH services and strengthening health systems; strengthening access to information and services for young people; comprehensive sexuality education; capacity building of health care providers and community volunteers on SRHR issues; engaging with communities and individuals to change gender disparity and promote SRHR; promoting livelihood opportunities for economic empowerment of the poor and vulnerable and advocacy for policy change at the national and state level. FPA India reaches a population of more than 30 million annually, on an average. Presently, FPA India operates through 45 Branches and Projects across 18 States, supported by more than 3000 community based volunteers and more than 1000 staff. Services are provided through 39 Reproductive Health and Family Planning Centres (RHFPCs), 19 Urban Family Welfare Centres (UFWC) that are government funded, 19 satellite clinics, 229 associated clinics, 56 outreach service units with support from 510 CBDs, 119 private physicians and 33 other agencies. During the year 2020, SRH services were provided to 4.2 million clients, of which nearly 40% were young people below the age of 24 years.  Vision: All people empowered to enjoy their sexual and reproductive health choices and rights in an India free from stigma and discrimination Mission: A voluntary commitment to SRHR to ADVOCATE for and ENABLE gender equality and empowerment for all including poor and vulnerable people, ENSURE information, education and services, POWERED by knowledge, innovation and technology towards sustainable development.  USPs of FPAI: Pioneer- The largest and oldest Civil Society Organisation in India and the founding member of IPPF in 1952. FPAI is the driving force to make India the first country in the world to include family planning in the country’s Planning Commission. Strategic Partner- A key member of government committees on SRH and FP matters, FPAI is a leading SRH advocate in the country including Pratigya campaign- a coalition that works towards protecting and advancing women’s rights and their access to safe abortion care in India, working with governments, organisations and media at the national and state levels. Far-reaching - FPAI, with its strong franchise of service delivery points including 41 static clinics distributed across the country delivers vital SRH services to the unreached, like tribal populations, LGBTQI, prison inmates, and communities affected by humanitarian crises. Enterprising : FPAI has nurtured support from corporates and large private foundations to implement not only SRH services through CSR initiatives but also hosting sports and cultural events including the prestigious Tata Mumbai Marathon (TMM)ranked amongst the top 10 marathons in the world. Innovative : FPAI is taking big strides in adoption of Self-Care and Digital Health interventions in delivering SRH services and to that effect hosted a business initiative as a part of the Global Strategic Plan of IPPF, Frontiers in SRHR Access for Women and Youth.

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| 31 March 2016

Family Planning Association of Nepal

Established in 1959. the Family Planning Association of Nepal (FPAN) is Nepal's first national family planning service delivery and advocacy organization. It is a major collaborator of the Government of Nepal's national sexual and reproductive health (SRH) program, contributing a greater percentage of all SRH services in Nepal annually. FPAN serves Nepalese people in 44 districts, focusing on the poor, marginalized, socially excluded and underserved (PMSEU) populations, which include female sex workers, people living with HIV (PLHIV), LGBTIQ people, injecting drug users, men who have sex with men (MSM), migrant workers, people with disabilities (PWD), survivors of gender-based violence (GBV), urban slum dweller and people affected by disaster and crisis. The mission of FPAN is to "champion a volunteer movement for increased provision of SRHR to all, particularly to those most at risk, marginalized, and under-served". The planned outcomes set by FPAN for the strategic planning period (2016-2022) include: Nepal Government respects, protects and fulfil sexual and reproductive rights and gender equality; Nepalese people empowered to act freely on their sexual and reproductive health and rights; a high quality integrated sexual and reproductive health services delivered; and a high performing, accountable and strong FPAN. The success of FPAN is due to its extensive and diverse network of service delivery points, as well as its expertly trained staff and volunteers who provide services in areas where they would otherwise be unavailable. FPAN provides an Integrated Package of Essential Services (IPES), which includes sexuality counselling, contraception, including emergency contraception, safe abortion, STIS/RTIs, HIV & AIDS, obstetrics, gynecological and sexual & gender-based violence services. These services are provided across 974 service delivery points (including 270 clinical SDPs, 22 family health clinics, 56 community health clinics, 75 associate clinics, 117 mobile teams, and 794 non-clinical service delivery points). FPAN provides approximately four million SRH services each year across its service delivery points, with family planning accounting for 40%, STIs/RTIs for 14%, gynaecological services for 12%, HIV services for 10%, and other services accounting for the remaining 24%. FPAN has eight clinical training centres that are connected to its family health clinics, which provide full range of family planning and reproductive health services. The training centres are accredited by the National Health Training Centre, (MoHP). These centres provide a variety of family planning and sexual and reproductive health training to health care providers from FPAN, government, and non-governmental organizations (NGO) health facilities. USPs of FPAN: Trusted: FPAN is leading SRHR agency in Nepal having established its credentials by: Chairing the Non-government Organization Coordination Committee (NGOCC); providing technical capacity to national and local health CSOs and CBOs on SRH including family planning and; being a member of provincial RH committees of all seven provinces of the country Last mile reach: FPAN has service delivery points across the country providing 25% of the national share of basic reproductive health services and of which  85 percent clients coming  from the poor, marginalized and vulnerable communities. Strategic Partner: Played a significant role in the formulation and implementation of Safe Motherhood and Reproductive Health Act, RH regulation and various guidelines (RMNCAH guideline, helpline guideline) (SMRHR & NAHDS 2020). Community-led: Delivers a very effective and efficient  contraceptive and abortion care services through successful task shifting and a well-organized Community Based Distributors (CBDs) network which helped place FPAN in top 10 providers of Couple Years Protected amongst IPPF MAs. ​ Youth - focussed : Pioneer for youth based SRHR, including the successfully integration of Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) into grade 9-12 curriculum, in Health and Physical Education subject. Agile: Forerunner in adopting IPPF’s Social Franchise Framework Development, diversifying funding sources and advancing towards sustainability. (Raised 206,000 USD in 2020). FPAN is also ready to start IVF and hormonal clinics soon.

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| 31 March 2016

Family Planning Association of Nepal

Established in 1959. the Family Planning Association of Nepal (FPAN) is Nepal's first national family planning service delivery and advocacy organization. It is a major collaborator of the Government of Nepal's national sexual and reproductive health (SRH) program, contributing a greater percentage of all SRH services in Nepal annually. FPAN serves Nepalese people in 44 districts, focusing on the poor, marginalized, socially excluded and underserved (PMSEU) populations, which include female sex workers, people living with HIV (PLHIV), LGBTIQ people, injecting drug users, men who have sex with men (MSM), migrant workers, people with disabilities (PWD), survivors of gender-based violence (GBV), urban slum dweller and people affected by disaster and crisis. The mission of FPAN is to "champion a volunteer movement for increased provision of SRHR to all, particularly to those most at risk, marginalized, and under-served". The planned outcomes set by FPAN for the strategic planning period (2016-2022) include: Nepal Government respects, protects and fulfil sexual and reproductive rights and gender equality; Nepalese people empowered to act freely on their sexual and reproductive health and rights; a high quality integrated sexual and reproductive health services delivered; and a high performing, accountable and strong FPAN. The success of FPAN is due to its extensive and diverse network of service delivery points, as well as its expertly trained staff and volunteers who provide services in areas where they would otherwise be unavailable. FPAN provides an Integrated Package of Essential Services (IPES), which includes sexuality counselling, contraception, including emergency contraception, safe abortion, STIS/RTIs, HIV & AIDS, obstetrics, gynecological and sexual & gender-based violence services. These services are provided across 974 service delivery points (including 270 clinical SDPs, 22 family health clinics, 56 community health clinics, 75 associate clinics, 117 mobile teams, and 794 non-clinical service delivery points). FPAN provides approximately four million SRH services each year across its service delivery points, with family planning accounting for 40%, STIs/RTIs for 14%, gynaecological services for 12%, HIV services for 10%, and other services accounting for the remaining 24%. FPAN has eight clinical training centres that are connected to its family health clinics, which provide full range of family planning and reproductive health services. The training centres are accredited by the National Health Training Centre, (MoHP). These centres provide a variety of family planning and sexual and reproductive health training to health care providers from FPAN, government, and non-governmental organizations (NGO) health facilities. USPs of FPAN: Trusted: FPAN is leading SRHR agency in Nepal having established its credentials by: Chairing the Non-government Organization Coordination Committee (NGOCC); providing technical capacity to national and local health CSOs and CBOs on SRH including family planning and; being a member of provincial RH committees of all seven provinces of the country Last mile reach: FPAN has service delivery points across the country providing 25% of the national share of basic reproductive health services and of which  85 percent clients coming  from the poor, marginalized and vulnerable communities. Strategic Partner: Played a significant role in the formulation and implementation of Safe Motherhood and Reproductive Health Act, RH regulation and various guidelines (RMNCAH guideline, helpline guideline) (SMRHR & NAHDS 2020). Community-led: Delivers a very effective and efficient  contraceptive and abortion care services through successful task shifting and a well-organized Community Based Distributors (CBDs) network which helped place FPAN in top 10 providers of Couple Years Protected amongst IPPF MAs. ​ Youth - focussed : Pioneer for youth based SRHR, including the successfully integration of Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) into grade 9-12 curriculum, in Health and Physical Education subject. Agile: Forerunner in adopting IPPF’s Social Franchise Framework Development, diversifying funding sources and advancing towards sustainability. (Raised 206,000 USD in 2020). FPAN is also ready to start IVF and hormonal clinics soon.

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Family Planning Association of Sri Lanka

Established in 1953, The Family Planning Association of Sri Lanka (FPA Sri Lanka), pioneered the concept of family planning in the country and is a non-governmental organization (NGO) that explores innovative and challenging processes of family planning in Sri Lanka. We are proud to be one of the most expansive and well known NGO's in the country that focuses on family planning, Sexual and Reproductive Health and welfare. Today FPASL focuses on providing services to marginalized and under-served communities, growing its SRH product range to enhance consumer choice and advocacy to ensure SRHR of all people in the country. FPA Sri Lanka advocates to increase political commitment to sexual and reproductive health education (with political and religious leaders).  FPA works with community members specially youth to change norms and attitudes towards SRHR. It promotes the right to access SRH education through island-wide workshops.  It seeks to eradicate unsafe abortion and liberalise abortion laws, and it aims to foster community involvement in projects. FPA works with the LGBTIQ community to address stigma and discrimination faced by the community. FPASL has six Service Delivery Points. Clinics offer a comprehensive range of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services. These include contraception, counselling, diagnostic services, HIV and STI screening and voluntary counselling and testing. FPA Sri Lanka works closely both with the Ministry of Health. The average number of clients per year is 85,862, and average number of SRH services provided is 430,404. The Member Association also addresses key SRH and relationship issues faced by young through the Happy Life Call Centre. This centre provides information on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) to the general public through a range of new media tools. FPA Sri Lanka has developed a highly successful Social Marketing Programme (contraceptives). Today it’s the market leader in this product category and contributes around 40% of the total CYPs generated in Sri Lanka. By making a range of contraceptive products available to the consumers and supplementing it by the free FP services provided by the government, Sri Lanka has recorded a CPR of around 70%. USPs of FPASL: Specialisation: Key program teams dedicated to functions like advocacy; organizational learning and evidence generation; and social marketing.   Social Marketing Program: The successful program has established FPASL as the market leader in contraceptives, contributing to around 15% of the modern Contraceptive Prevelance Rate (mCPR) in Sri Lanka.   Social Enterprise Hub: FPASL helps other Member Associations of IPPF to establish and grow social enterprises to increase and diversify their funding bases for greater sustainability.   Strategic Partnerships: A key partner of Ministry of Health in the National STD/AIDS Control Program (NSACP); FPASL leads the national HIV response and is a principal recipient of The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) working directly with 20 implementing entities in the country.   Impact-led: A decade-long focus on Monitoring and Evaluation enables FPASL to have an evidence-based approach in designing and implementing interventions for greater impact.  

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Family Planning Association of Sri Lanka

Established in 1953, The Family Planning Association of Sri Lanka (FPA Sri Lanka), pioneered the concept of family planning in the country and is a non-governmental organization (NGO) that explores innovative and challenging processes of family planning in Sri Lanka. We are proud to be one of the most expansive and well known NGO's in the country that focuses on family planning, Sexual and Reproductive Health and welfare. Today FPASL focuses on providing services to marginalized and under-served communities, growing its SRH product range to enhance consumer choice and advocacy to ensure SRHR of all people in the country. FPA Sri Lanka advocates to increase political commitment to sexual and reproductive health education (with political and religious leaders).  FPA works with community members specially youth to change norms and attitudes towards SRHR. It promotes the right to access SRH education through island-wide workshops.  It seeks to eradicate unsafe abortion and liberalise abortion laws, and it aims to foster community involvement in projects. FPA works with the LGBTIQ community to address stigma and discrimination faced by the community. FPASL has six Service Delivery Points. Clinics offer a comprehensive range of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services. These include contraception, counselling, diagnostic services, HIV and STI screening and voluntary counselling and testing. FPA Sri Lanka works closely both with the Ministry of Health. The average number of clients per year is 85,862, and average number of SRH services provided is 430,404. The Member Association also addresses key SRH and relationship issues faced by young through the Happy Life Call Centre. This centre provides information on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) to the general public through a range of new media tools. FPA Sri Lanka has developed a highly successful Social Marketing Programme (contraceptives). Today it’s the market leader in this product category and contributes around 40% of the total CYPs generated in Sri Lanka. By making a range of contraceptive products available to the consumers and supplementing it by the free FP services provided by the government, Sri Lanka has recorded a CPR of around 70%. USPs of FPASL: Specialisation: Key program teams dedicated to functions like advocacy; organizational learning and evidence generation; and social marketing.   Social Marketing Program: The successful program has established FPASL as the market leader in contraceptives, contributing to around 15% of the modern Contraceptive Prevelance Rate (mCPR) in Sri Lanka.   Social Enterprise Hub: FPASL helps other Member Associations of IPPF to establish and grow social enterprises to increase and diversify their funding bases for greater sustainability.   Strategic Partnerships: A key partner of Ministry of Health in the National STD/AIDS Control Program (NSACP); FPASL leads the national HIV response and is a principal recipient of The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFATM) working directly with 20 implementing entities in the country.   Impact-led: A decade-long focus on Monitoring and Evaluation enables FPASL to have an evidence-based approach in designing and implementing interventions for greater impact.