Young people aged 10-24 lack information and services related to their SRHR as they become sexually active. FPAN being an NGO is in a unique position to address the issue, combining service delivery with community mobilization and national advocacy. Providing services to young people is sensitive from a political, cultural, moral and religious standpoint. FPAN responds to this challenge, seeking to bring youth and gender friendly information and services to adolescents and youth in ways that are sensitive to cultural circumstances and conditions.

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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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