Name of the Project

Family Planning Service Strengthening Program (FPSSP)-UNFPA

Thematic Area


Project Background

The “Family Planning Service Strengthening Programme” is locally branded by UNFPA Nepal which is funded through a thematic trust fund UNFPA Supplies, a five years initiatives that aims to help government of Nepal achieve SDG 3 and SDG 5 by strengthening family planning service delivery and increasing access to and the use of quality family planning services, particularly focusing on populations with high unmet need and those farthest behind; improving the quality of family planning services, including counseling; and enhancing the capacity and competency of health workers by providing training, post training follow up, supportive supervision, coaching and mentoring; strengthening the logistics management information system and FP commodity support.



Budget (in NPR)

NPR 101,973,373

Project Period

July/ 2018-Dec 2020

The geographic area of the project

Pyuthan, Arghakhanchi, Rupandehi, Kapilvastu

Number of Beneficiaries

Health workers up to community level-1000
Religious leaders, excluded and minority men and women and mother groups-10000
Family planning users (clients)-1500

The goal of the project

Increase access to and utilization of health services especially among excluded and marginalized people

Major Outcomes

• Increased number of health facilities providing all five modern Family Planning methods
• Increased accessibility and availability of quality family planning services from health facilities, outreach and mobile clinics
• Increased capacity of health workers to deliver quality comprehensive family planning services
• Strengthened capacity of health facilities, outreach and mobile clinics to deliver quality comprehensive family planning services

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