1. UNFPA Nepal Family Planning Project (UNFPP) in four districts
2. Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health (ASRH) in 15 districts
3. FP-EPI integration in Udaypur and Baitadi"
Contribute to improving maternal health through increased uptake of FP services, in line with DFID’s NFPP
The overall objectives of the UNFPP project is to increase access to and utilization of FP services among excluded and marginalized women and adolescents
Output 1: Increased access to information on family planning for women of reproductive age (WRA) with focus on excluded and marginalised WRA.
Output 2: Increased availability of FP services by expanding the range of contraceptive methods.
Output 3: Evidence generation to understand determinants of non-use.
4 district for UNFPP (Sarlahi, Sunsari, Udaypur, Rautahat), 10 UNFPA district for ASRH, 2 district for FP-EPI integration
Health workers up to community level-1000
Local elected bodies-247
Religious leaders, excluded and minority men and women and mother groups-10000
School teachers and students-10000
Adolescents and Youth – 56,000
Family planning users (clients)-3000