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Who we are?

Family Planning Association of India (FPA India) is a social impact organisation delivering essential health services focusing on sexual and reproductive health in 18 states of India. Established in 1949, FPA India has seven decades of experience in the field of sexual and reproductive health. It works in close partnerships with central and state governments, NGOs and national and international funding agencies. FPA India touches over 30 million lives annually and endeavours to make a deeper impact with a wider reach. It has successfully implemented various initiatives with support from development partners and donors over the years.

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Impacting Lives,
Upholding SRHR, Sustaining Social Wellbeing.

Committed to
advancing SRHR, gender justice, diversity, and inclusion for all, especially the marginalised and excluded; powered by sustainability and accountability, steered by young people.

What we do

Gender and rights

FPA India empowers people to transform gender norms and power dynamics to promote gender equality, reduce gender-based violence and improve the economic status of women and other vulnerable groups, including youth.

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FPA India provides sexual and reproductive health services through static and outreach-based service delivery points, and associated clinics.

Delivery models

  • Static
  • Outreach
  • Associated clinics
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FPA India relentlessly advocates for realising the health rights of people, especially the poor and vulnerable, with key stakeholders.

Strategic drivers

  • Young population
  • Unmet need for SRH services
  • Low priority for SRHR
  • Government schemes
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Organisational Effectiveness and Accountability

At FPA India, governance is provided by people who are enrolled as volunteers and who represent different levels of society and come from diverse backgrounds.

Key principles

  • Ensure integrity and collective responsibility
  • Determine strategic direction and policies
  • Appoint and support office bearers
  • Monitor and review performance
  • Provide effective oversight of financial health
  • Open, responsive and accountable
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