FPAB programs are segregated into two segments (Core and Restricted). The core programs are directly regulated with the funds received from IPPF. Restricted programs are regulated with the financial support of donors beyond IPPF.
FPAB has been implementing this special project science 2010. The aim of the project is to protect the rights of women who are at risk of or are experiencing GBV with specificfocus on pregnant women. 20 districts of FPAB have...Read More
Primary Health, Reproductive Health and Nutrition Services for underprivileged women and children in 21 districts project is being implemented jointly by the Ministry of Women and Children Affairs and Family Planning Association of Bangladesh (FPAB) with the aim of providing...Read More
Youth Leadership Development for disadvantaged and sexually diverse community is yet to receive the commensurate attention it deserves in Bangladesh. Rights of the sexually divers people (LGBTQ) are heavily suppressed in Bangladesh. Being a predominantly conservative society, discrimination towards LGBTQI...Read More
A significant portion of young people of Bangladesh is engaged in pre-and extra marital sex, the vast majority of which is unprotected. About 48% urban and 45% rural male had first sex experience between 15-17 years and 26% reported having...Read More
In Bangladesh almost two thirds (72.6%) of married women experience one or more such forms of violence by their husband at least once in their lifetime, and 54.7% experienced violence during last 12 months. (ref: Report on Violence Against Women...Read More
Having registered its first case of COVID-19 on March 8, Bangladesh has seen 10,929 positive cases and 183(1.68%) deaths as of May6, 2020 (IEDCR). While the numbers seem low compared to global figures, till date country has struggled with the...Read More