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Family Planning Association, India

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(91) - 22 - 4086 3101 / 2202 9080 / 22025174
Address: Family Planning Association India, 1st Floor, Bajaj Bhavan, Nariman Point, Mumbai 400 021. India

Aligned to the following Sustainable Development Goals

Who We Are

FPA India is a national voluntary organization working for sexual and reproductive health rights, encompassing family planning, comprehensive sexuality education, maternal health, child survival, adolescent care, HIV/AIDS, safe abortion, reproductive tract cancer screening, and prevention 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; capacity building of health care providers and community volunteers on SRHR issues; engaging with communities and individuals to change gender disparity and promote SRHR and advocating for policy change at the national and state level.

Through its various programmes, FPA India reaches a population of more than 30 million annually, on an average.

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Rekha G

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Dr. Kalpana Apte

Fundraiser Silver
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Suresh Maratha

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Dr. Renu Kapoor & Mr. Kantilal Shah

Fundraiser Bronze
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Advocate Avlokita Mane & Pravin Sonawne

Fundraiser Bronze
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Anandpal Singh Gaur

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Sr. T.G Vithal and Dr. Kamma Chandana

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Neelesh Chaubey

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Aditya Joshi and Vishal Agarwal

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Raising Funds For

Capacity building of young girls in digital technology, making safe spaces, online resources, and tutors available can give them an opportunity to complete formal secondary education and learn tech-based skills to improve their livelihood options.

Life skills training can build their confidence, critical thinking, and decision-making abilities. Education and skilling opportunities for young girls can be optimized with interventions that cater to their health, hygiene, and nutritional requirements.

FPA India proposes to enable 3000 underprivileged girls with digital literacy, life-skills training, adolescent-friendly health services, specialized counseling, and tutorials to complete their secondary education and prepare them for tech-skill-based livelihood opportunities.

Your support can make a difference.

Fund Utilization in 2020

Total funds raised in 2020 - INR 6830986

Project NameLet's Get Girls Back To School
Amount Utilized (INR)6830986
Project DescriptionOne in five girls drops out of school upon reaching puberty. A far larger percentage then misses out on secondary school. Poor sanitary conditions and unhygienic toilets in schools, lack of access to affordable sanitary napkins in most schools, concerns about girls’ safety while travelling to school and low aspirations related to girls’ education add to the proportion of girls dropping out of schools.

Thus ends their education and exposure to the outer world. This directly results in child and early marriage leading to early and repeated pregnancy. Their lack of empowerment makes them susceptible to domestic abuse, violence and virtually every social evil that afflicts women.

Over a period of 9 months, FPA India implemented a campaign focussed on
a) Educating parents to help reduced gender discrimination
b) Enabling communities to create a safe environment for girls
c) Empowering girls with life skills education and livelihood opportunities
d) Enhancing access to sanitary napkins and adolescent-friendly health services
e) COVID-19 Screening
LocationsAgra > Uttar Pradesh (UP),Ahmedabad > Gujarat (GJ),Bellary > Karnataka (KA),Belgaum > Karnataka (KA),Bangalore Rural > Karnataka (KA),Bangalore Urban > Karnataka (KA),Bhopal > Madhya Pradesh (MP), Odisha (OD),Bidar > Karnataka (KA),Chennai > Tamil Nadu (TN),Dharwad > Karnataka (KA),Dindigul > Tamil Nadu (TN),Gumla > Jharkhand (JH),Gwalior > Madhya Pradesh (MP),Hyderabad > Telangana (TS),Indore > Madhya Pradesh (MP),Jabalpur > Madhya Pradesh (MP),Jaipur > Rajasthan (RJ),Alipurduar > West Bengal (WB),Kolkata > West Bengal (WB),Lucknow > Uttar Pradesh (UP),Madurai > Tamil Nadu (TN),Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar > Punjab (PB),Mumbai City > Maharashtra (MH),Mumbai suburban > Maharashtra (MH),Mysore > Karnataka (KA),Kohima > Mizoram (MZ),New Delhi > Delhi (DL),Nilgiris > Tamil Nadu (TN),Dakshina Kannada > Karnataka (KA),Uttara Kannada > Karnataka (KA),Panchkula > Haryana (HR),Raichur > Karnataka (KA),Rajkot > Gujarat (GJ),Shimoga > Karnataka (KA),West Singhbhum > Jharkhand (JH),East Singhbhum > Jharkhand (JH),Solapur > Maharashtra (MH),Srinagar > Jammu and Kashmir (JK),Thiruvananthapuram > Kerala (KL),Thane > Maharashtra (MH),Vijayapura > Karnataka (KA),Yamuna Nagar > Haryana (HR), Jharkhand (JH),Sagar > Madhya Pradesh (MP)
CausesHealth > Preventive healthcare,Health > Testing & screening,Health > Mobile healthcare,Health > Medical Support,Health > Sanitation & hygiene,Health > Nutrition,Health > Maternal & child health,Health > Awareness & advocacy,Social Inclusion > Women
Beneficiary GroupChildren,Women,Elderly,Others
Beneficiary DescriptionAdolescent girls (in school, out of school) Women Men Adolescent boys Elderly
ImpactGirls were able to access menstrual hygiene products during their periods, information in school/out of school and through online session during the lockdown
2. Girls were performing better at school after receiving care and treatment for anaemia
3. More than 9 lakh people (male and female) were screened for COVID-19
4. Adolescent Education Programme Plus (AEP+) provided to 20,615 and 12,058 adolescents in schools/colleges and out of school respectively
5. IEC on Menstrual Hygiene Management provided to 33,629 adolescent girls
6. Under Adolescent health services, 3,27,599 received SRH services, 4,293 Haemoglobin (Hb) tests were carried out, and 3,395 beneficiaries received Iron and Folic acid (IFA) tablets
7. 2,232 Sanitary Napkin packets distributed
8. 7000+ PPE kits distributed
9. 5,22,391 and 4,22,069 female and men respectively, screened for COVID-19
Activities Conducted
NoActivity / Item / BeneficiariesQuantity / Number, if applicable
1 Adolescent Education Programme 32,673
2 IEC on MHM 33,629
3 Adolescent Health Services including SRH services, HB testing, Provision of Iron & Folic Acid (IFA) Tablets 3,35,287
4 Sanitary Napkin Packets distribution 2,232
5 PPE Kits distribution during lockdown 7000+
6 COVID-19 Response (screening) 9,44,460

Fund Utilization in 2019

Total funds raised in 2019 - INR 3784284

Project NameBreak the Silence Around Gender-Based Violence
Amount Utilized (INR)3784284
Project DescriptionFamily Planning Association of India, launched a nationwide campaign #StreeHinsaMuktBharatAbhiyaan aimed at strengthening its work to address Gender-Based Violence (GBV). The objective of #StreeHinsaMuktBharatAbhiyaan is to catalyse civil society action for preventing and mitigating violence against women.

The campaign aimed to 'Break The Silence Around Gender-Based Violence' through the following:
- PREVENT violence through awareness and sensitisation
- IDENTIFY and help those who need to access care and support
- EMPOWER women with life-skills to protect their rights and dignity
LocationsAhmedabad > Gujarat (GJ),Rajkot > Gujarat (GJ),Yamuna Nagar > Haryana (HR),Srinagar > Jammu and Kashmir (JK),East Singhbhum > Jharkhand (JH),Bangalore Rural > Karnataka (KA),Bangalore Urban > Karnataka (KA),Belgaum > Karnataka (KA),Bellary > Karnataka (KA),Bidar > Karnataka (KA),Dakshina Kannada > Karnataka (KA),Dharwad > Karnataka (KA),Mysore > Karnataka (KA),Raichur > Karnataka (KA),Shimoga > Karnataka (KA),Uttara Kannada > Karnataka (KA),Vijayapura > Karnataka (KA),Thiruvananthapuram > Kerala (KL),Mumbai City > Maharashtra (MH),Pune > Maharashtra (MH),Solapur > Maharashtra (MH),Thane > Maharashtra (MH),Bhopal > Madhya Pradesh (MP),Gwalior > Madhya Pradesh (MP),Indore > Madhya Pradesh (MP),Jabalpur > Madhya Pradesh (MP),Jaipur > Rajasthan (RJ),Chennai > Tamil Nadu (TN),Dindigul > Tamil Nadu (TN),Madurai > Tamil Nadu (TN),Nilgiris > Tamil Nadu (TN),Hyderabad > Telangana (TS),Agra > Uttar Pradesh (UP),Lucknow > Uttar Pradesh (UP),Kolkata > West Bengal (WB),Alipurduar > West Bengal (WB),Ranchi > Jharkhand (JH),New Delhi > Delhi (DL)
CausesSocial Inclusion > Women Empowerment,Social Inclusion > Awareness and Advocacy,Health > Testing & Screening,Health > Preventive Healthcare,Health > Medical Aid,Health > Mental Health ,Health > Nutrition,Health > Maternal & Child Health
Beneficiary GroupWomen
Beneficiary DescriptionBeneficiaries included young girls and women in the reproductive age group of 15 to 49 years.
ImpactFPA India helped support the reproductive health needs of adolescent girls and young women by empowering them with the required knowledge, developing critical thinking skills, and means to improve and protect their health, well-being, and dignity; and develop healthy and positive relationships.

Funds raised were contributed towards empowering young girls and women with:
• Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare and Information:
Several women were provided Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare through a wide array of services including contraception, comprehensive abortion care, sterilisation services. An integrated package of essential services (IPES) was delivered through the FPA India clinics. Contraceptives, medicines, and commodities such as menstrual hygiene products were provided to the beneficiaries. Special service sessions for women in the reproductive age group.

• Comprehensive Sexuality Education was provided for girls to avoid early marriage and early pregnancies, which can end their schooling and personal development, and limit their and their children’s prospects of breaking out of poverty.

• Girls and Boys, Men and Women, were provided with awareness sessions on prevention of Gender-Based Violence as well as speaking up and taking action if violence is taking place.

• Life-skill development helps empower women by making them self-sufficient, reducing financial dependency on their partner.

Activities Conducted
NoActivity / Item / BeneficiariesQuantity / Number, if applicable
1 Women screened for GBV 23469
2 Women counselling around GBV 6450
3 Adolescents receiving Comprehensive Sexuality Education 63841
4 Women benefiting from income generation/skill-building activities for women 429
5 Healthcare services 21238 men and women received contraceptives; 25245 women received gynaecological services including management of RTIs/STIs; 15496 women received antenatal and postnatal care; 987 women received safe abortion care
6 Awareness and sensitisation of communities 407077 Men and Boys; 873349 Women and Girls

Fund Utilization in 2018

Total funds raised in 2018 - INR 3479058

Project NameLet's Get Girls Back To School Campaign - Empowering Young Girls
Amount Utilized (INR)3479058
Project DescriptionFamily Planning Association of India (FPA India) undertook multiple initiatives to address the Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) needs of many young girls and women by providing them information and services. Some of these programmes include empowering young girls and with the Adolescents Education Programme Plus (AEP+) wherein information on the seven different components of Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) is provided; providing sexual and reproductive health care services, conducting Gender Empowerment and Skill-Development activities.
Locations Andhra Pradesh (AP),Ahmedabad > Gujarat (GJ),Rajkot > Gujarat (GJ),Panchkula > Haryana (HR),Yamuna Nagar > Haryana (HR),Bokaro > Jharkhand (JH),East Singhbhum > Jharkhand (JH),Khunti > Jharkhand (JH),Srinagar > Jammu and Kashmir (JK),Bangalore Rural > Karnataka (KA),Bangalore Urban > Karnataka (KA),Belgaum > Karnataka (KA),Bellary > Karnataka (KA),Bidar > Karnataka (KA),Vijayapura > Karnataka (KA),Dharwad > Karnataka (KA),Mysore > Karnataka (KA),Shimoga > Karnataka (KA),Udupi > Karnataka (KA),Raichur > Karnataka (KA),Uttara Kannada > Karnataka (KA),Dakshina Kannada > Karnataka (KA),Thiruvananthapuram > Kerala (KL),Mumbai City > Maharashtra (MH),Mumbai suburban > Maharashtra (MH),Thane > Maharashtra (MH),Pune > Maharashtra (MH),Solapur > Maharashtra (MH),Bhopal > Madhya Pradesh (MP),Gwalior > Madhya Pradesh (MP),Indore > Madhya Pradesh (MP),Sagar > Madhya Pradesh (MP),Jabalpur > Madhya Pradesh (MP),New Delhi > Delhi (DL), Odisha (OD), Punjab (PB),Jaipur > Rajasthan (RJ),Chennai > Tamil Nadu (TN),Dindigul > Tamil Nadu (TN),Madurai > Tamil Nadu (TN),Nilgiris > Tamil Nadu (TN),Agra > Uttar Pradesh (UP),Lucknow > Uttar Pradesh (UP),Kolkata > West Bengal (WB),Jalpaiguri > West Bengal (WB)
CausesHealth > Testing & Screening,Health > Medical Aid,Health > Sanitation & Hygiene,Health > Nutrition,Health > Awareness and Advocacy,Education > Others,Income > Skilling & Vocational Training,Income > Income Generation Activities,Social Inclusion > Women Empowerment,Social Inclusion > LGBT,Education > Value Education
Impact- Approximately 12,602 school-going girls (Aged 10 to 14) and 23, 052 out-of-school young girls and boys (Aged 15 to 19) successfully completed the Adolescent Education Programme Plus (AEP+) between January to June, 2018.

- Over 5,422 young girls (Aged 15 to 24) received training for income generation (April to December, 2017).

- About 7,76,093 Adolescent Girls (10-19 years) were provided Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare services from January to June, 2018.

- About 45,345 sanitary napkins  were distributed free-of-cost to approximately 7,480 young girls and women from January to July, 2018.

- About 20,486 pregnant women (Aged 15 to 24), and to 2,226 adolescent girls (Aged 10 to 19), were provided Iron Folic Acid (IFA) supplements for Anaemia prevention, between January to June, 2018. Anaemia is caused by low Haemoglobin levels in women and girls due to multiple reasons.
Activities Conducted
NoActivity / Item / BeneficiariesQuantity / Number, if applicable
1 Sessions on the Adolescent Education Programme Plus (AEP+) were conducted for in-school and out-of-school adolescents. AEP+ programme covers essential topics such as Sexual Rights and Sexual Citizenship, Gender, Gender Based Violence (GBV), Diversity, Sexuality, Pleasure, Interpersonal Relationships, Communication and decision-making skills, The Body, Puberty and Reproduction, and Sexual & Reproductive Health. INR 1043717.4
2 Income-generation training was provided to out-of-school young girls and women for activities such as fabric painting, tailoring and embroidery work, and toy-making. INR 521858.7
3 Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) services were provided to young girls. These included - Contraception, Safe Abortion, HIV/AIDS screening and related services, STI/RTI screening and related services, Gynaecological, Urological, Sub-fertility, Other SRH services, Obstetrics, Pediatrics, and other specialised services such as Gender Based Violence (GBV) screening and counselling, Relationship Counselling, Sexuality counselling. Some service sessions also helped educate girls and women about menstrual health and hygiene management and provide them with affordable sanitary napkins. Iron Folic Acid (IFA) supplements were also provided during health camps, for Anemia prevention. INR 1913481.9
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