FPAN programs were expanded from three districts in the 1960s to 15 districts in the 1970s and 34 districts in 2009. Current working area in the map of Nepal is shown below:

Table showing FPANs Operational Districts and Partner Organizations

S No District Partner Organization/Donor
1 Baglung IPPF/AusAid
2 Baitadi IPPF/AusAid
4 Bara
5 Bardiya IPPF/AusAid/WWF
6 Bhaktapur IPPF/AusAid
7 Bhojpur SIFPO
8 Chitwan IPPF/AusAid/WWF/DFPA
9 Dailekh IPPF/AusAid
11 Dhankuta IPPF/AusAid
12 Dhanusa IPPF/AusAid
13 Doti IPPF/AusAid
14 Ilam IPPF/AusAid/GCACP
15 Jhapa IPPF/AusAid/SIFPO
16 Kailali IPPF/AusAid
17 Kanchanpur IPPF/AusAid
18 Kapilbastu IPPF/AusAid
19 Kaski IPPF/AusAid
20 Kathmandu IPPF/AusAid/SIFPO
21 Kavre IPPF/AusAid
22 Lalitpur IPPF/AusAid
23 Mahottari IPPF/AusAid
24 Makawanpur IPPF/AusAid
25 Morang IPPF/AusAid
26 Nawalparsi IPPF/AusAid/WWF
27 Palpa IPPF/AusAid
28 Panchthar SIFPO
29 Rasuwa
30 Rupandehi IPPF/AusAid
31 Saptari IPPF/AusAid
32 Sarlahi IPPF/AusAid/SIFPO/HC3
33 Sunsari IPPF/AusAid
34 Surkhet IPPF/AusAid/SIFPO/HC3
35 Tanahu IPPF/AusAid

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