Member Associations

IPPF provides help, advice, services and supplies relating to any aspect of sexual and reproductive health. These services are delivered through an IPPF Member Association (MA). A Member Association is the accredited organization in your country which is part of IPPF.

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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, ...
The Family Health Association (FHA) was established in 1995. It works to complement well-established services provided by the government and works with associated agencies. FHA Iran primary focus is on the provision of information, and on the mobilization of support ...
The Family Planning Association of Bangladesh (FPAB) is the oldest and largest non-governmental organization (NGO) in family planning in Bangladesh. It delivers over 7% of all national family planning activity. FPAB operates a robust and dynamic network of over 1,500 ...
Established in 1949, the Family Planning Association of India (FPAI) is a founding member of IPPF. Its work in sexual and reproductive health (SRH) covers safe motherhood and child survival, empowerment of women, male involvement, adolescent health and youth development. ...
Established in 1959, the Family Planning Association of Nepal (FPAN) first joined IPPF in 1960 and become a full Member Association in 1969. When it was established, the idea of family planning was considered inimical to religious, cultural and social ...
The Family Planning Association of Sri Lanka (FPASL) complements Sri Lanka’s government health services with 5,300 services points: 6 permanent facilities, 6 mobile units and thousands of community-based distributors/services (CBDs/CBSs). It focuses on reaching the most vulnerable groups in society. ...
Rahnuma (formerly the Family Planning Association of Pakistan or FPAP) started serving poor and marginalized people in Pakistan as the Family Planning Association of Pakistan (FPAP) in 1953. After over 50 years of momentous achievements, the FPAP felt that its ...
Established in 2004 by Her Majesty the Queen of Bhutan, Respect, Educate, Nurture, Empower Women (RENEW) became an Associate Member Association of IPPF in November 2009. It aims to be the leading organization in shaping the future role of women ...
The Society for Health Education (SHE) was established in 1988 by 4 women. It adopts an integrated approach to health education and service delivery and its role includes increasing the accessibility of services and using the media for education and ...