Much more work is needed to ensure that all people, particularly the poor, marginalized, the socially-excluded and under-served have access to SRHR information, sexuality education and high quality services. FPAN is working to realize the ICPD-endorsed goal of universal access to RH care services in Nepal.

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“Achieving Universal Access to SRHRs: Leaving No One Behind” Panel discussion held on the 16th and 17th of January 2017 in Kathmandu, Nepa

On the occasion of World Population Day 2016, FPAN organized a Workshop entitled- "FP 2020: Progress and Challenges & Maternity Rights” on

 Ms. Amu Singh Sijapati, Chairperson, FPAN (center), Dr. Tirtha Rana (left) and Dr. Badri Raj Pandey, Founder Member of FPAN (right) holding han



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