106th International Women'S Day

 Ms. Amu Singh Sijapati, Chairperson, FPAN (center), Dr. Tirtha Rana (left) and Dr. Badri Raj Pandey, Founder Member of FPAN (right) holding hands together along with Cine artist/Director Aakash Adhikari (extreme left) and SSP, Sarvendra Khanal, Kathmandu Valley Crime Branch Chief, Nepal Police (extreme right) to express their united commitment for SRH Rights of Female Sex Workers

On the occasion  of 106th International Women's Day, FPAN organized Workshop on Protection of Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) of Female Sex Workers on March 9, 2016 at its Central Office in Kathmandu. Parliamentarians, Female Sex Workers (FSWs), Government officials/DHO, police officials, cinema artists, sportspersons, media persons, lawyers, FPAN  volunteers; youth; staffs  and representatives from different stakeholders were invited to participate in the workshop. Ms. Amu Singh Sijapati, Chairperson, Central Executive Committee Chaired the workshop.

 All participants signed a commitment document to work together for the protection of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Right of sex workers. 

Family Planing Association of Nepal (FPAN) - An Introduction

Family Planning Association of Nepal (FPAN) envisages a world where every women, men and young person has right and access to sexuality and reproductive health information and services in which SRH choices are fully respected.

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