UN Sustainable Development Goal: Goal 3: Good Health and Well Being
% Spent on beneficiaries
Age: 72 Years
Tax Benefit: 100%
Foreign donations: ✔
Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Delhi, Gujarat, Haryana, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Nagaland, Orissa, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal
Access to sanitation and hygiene, Access to essential health services, Access to healthcare supplies and commodities
International Planned Parenthood Federation;
Mahindra & Mahindra Financial Services Ltd.;
HCL Foundation; Japan Trust Fund; SELCO Foundation; Larsen & Toubro Ltd.; United Way Mumbai; David & Lucile Packard Foundation; etc.
Mr. H.R. Umesh Aradhya, President
Dr. Janaki Desai, Vice President
Dr. Shirish Chunilal Malde, Vice President
Dr. Roza Olyai, Vice President
Ms. Madhura Ashok Kumar, Joint Treasurer
Dr. Shrikant D Yelegaonkar, Joint Treasurer
The White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood, India Appreciation Award - 2010
The IPPF Governing Council Award - 2013 (For its contributions to sexual and reproductive Health)
Average: Rs6 cr
Highest: Rs115 cr
Lowest: Rs1 lac
How much to donate
Donate ₹5,000/- for 20 beneficiaries to avail COVID-19 screening, general health check-up and supplies at their doorstep
Donate ₹1,920/- to provide 1 underprivileged adolescent girl with essential health services, annual supply of sanitary napkins and life skills training
Donate ₹700/- to support 1 underprivileged beneficiary with primary health care and supplies during the COVID-19 pandemic
Healthcare services focusing on Sexual & Reproductive Health
Family Planning Association of India (FPA India) strengthens a voluntary commitment to advocate for Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) and Rights. They promote access to SRH information and services related to family planning, safe abortions, HIV/AIDS and sexuality to poor, marginalized and vulnerable populations including young people. FPA India envisions SRH for all as a human right, including gender equality leading to alleviation of poverty, population stabilization and sustainable development.
Programs: i) Advocacy: FPA India commits to promote and advocate universal access to SRH services by continuing to serve the poor, marginalized, socially-excluded, and the under-served (PMSEU). They commit to provide education, training, technical support to the adolescents, and help in building the capacity of healthcare providers on different topics including counseling, safe motherhood, contraception, and quality of care.
Access: FPA India reaches out and provides accessible and affordable quality SRH services. They promote awareness on SRH, enabling a better understanding of SRH needs and actualizing the right to healthcare services. ii) Adolescents: FPA India is promoting SRH among young people through sexuality education, counseling, research and training programs and by addressing the SRH information and service needs. The Association believes in reproductive and sexual rights of young people and provides gender-sensitive, age-appropriate Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) and life skills to help people make informed choices about their sexuality and lives. iii) HIV/AIDS: FPA India was able to expand and increase information and services related to HIV in almost all locations. Various branches conducted programs to identify the areas of discrimination for People Living with HIV and their family members. Health checkups and nutritional support is provided.
A total number of 12.3 million services delivered with SRH information to nearly 30+ million people.
Income Rs44 cr
Expense Rs44 cr
Source : Audit Report 2019
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