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Family Planning Association of India

The Family Planning Association of India, abbreviated as FPA India, is a registered charity in India. Established in 1949, the organisation has 40 local branches across the country that promote sexual health and family planning.[1] It is the national affiliate of the International Planned Parenthood Federation. Among other issues, the organisation promotes reproductive choices, legal and safe abortion, education about sexually transmitted diseases and sexual and reproductive health.

Family Planning Association of India
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AbbreviationFPA India
Formation1949
PurposeSexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, Family Planning
HeadquartersMumbai
Region served
India
AffiliationsInternational Planned Parenthood Federation
Websitefpaindia.org
The Third International Conference, Bombay, 1952, Family Planning Association India
Avabai Wadia (reading message), Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, Dhanvanthi Rama Rau, Margaret Sanger.

Local branchesEdit

The local branches of FPA India are:[2] Agra Branch, Ahmedabad Branch, Bangalore Branch, Belgaum Branch, Bellary Branch, Bhopal Branch, Bhubaneswar Branch, Bidar Branch, Bijapur Branch, Chennai Branch, Dharwad Branch, Dindigul Branch, Gomia Branch, Gwalior Branch, Hyderabad Branch, Indore Branch, Jabalpur Branch, Jaipur Branch, Kalchini Branch, Kolkata Branch, Lucknow Branch, Madurai Branch, Mohali Branch, Mumbai Branch, Mysore Branch, Nagaland Branch, New Delhi Branch, Nilgiris Branch, North Kanara Branch, Panchkula Branch, Patna Branch, Pune Branch, Raichur Branch, Rajkot Branch, Shimoga Branch, Singhbhum Branch, Solapur Branch, South Kanara Branch, Trivandrum Branch, and Yamunanagar Branch.

Collaborating partnersEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Dhar, Aarti (16 January 2012). "Web of love". The Hindu. Retrieved 13 March 2012.
  2. ^ Annual Report 2013. Family Planning Association of India.

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