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Member Associations

Japan Family Planning Association, logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Japan Family Planning Association, Inc.

The Japan Family Planning Association (JFPA) is an incorporated association established in 1954.   JFPA believes in the life-cycle approach when addressing and delivering sexual and reproductive health services that includes family planning and maternal and child health services. JFPA works in the field of modern contraceptive methods, adolescent health, health promotion and comprehensive sexuality education (CSE), maternal and child health, infertility counselling, sexual health of middle-aged women, treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), prevention of COVID-19, cervical cancer, sexual violence and child abuse.  JFPA also advocates for women’s and adolescents, health issues and engages with lawmakers in Japan.   JFPA works with the national and local governments and strives to achieve a society where everyone in the country can have access to voluntary reproductive health services. Our activities include:   Printing/Issuing of an original publication “Kazoku to Kenko" (which means family and health in English) and holding various seminars and workshops for educational and public relations purposes.   Providing services and information on adolescent health, contraception, infertility, sexuality education, prevention of COVID-19, cervical cancer and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and heredity through clinic-based counselling.  Developing and distributing educational material and equipment which promotes reproductive health. 

Japan Family Planning Association, logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Japan Family Planning Association, Inc.

The Japan Family Planning Association (JFPA) is an incorporated association established in 1954.   JFPA believes in the life-cycle approach when addressing and delivering sexual and reproductive health services that includes family planning and maternal and child health services. JFPA works in the field of modern contraceptive methods, adolescent health, health promotion and comprehensive sexuality education (CSE), maternal and child health, infertility counselling, sexual health of middle-aged women, treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), prevention of COVID-19, cervical cancer, sexual violence and child abuse.  JFPA also advocates for women’s and adolescents, health issues and engages with lawmakers in Japan.   JFPA works with the national and local governments and strives to achieve a society where everyone in the country can have access to voluntary reproductive health services. Our activities include:   Printing/Issuing of an original publication “Kazoku to Kenko" (which means family and health in English) and holding various seminars and workshops for educational and public relations purposes.   Providing services and information on adolescent health, contraception, infertility, sexuality education, prevention of COVID-19, cervical cancer and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and heredity through clinic-based counselling.  Developing and distributing educational material and equipment which promotes reproductive health. 

Japan Family Planning Association, logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Japan Family Planning Association, Inc.

The Japan Family Planning Association (JFPA) is an incorporated association established in 1954.   JFPA believes in the life-cycle approach when addressing and delivering sexual and reproductive health services that includes family planning and maternal and child health services. JFPA works in the field of modern contraceptive methods, adolescent health, health promotion and comprehensive sexuality education (CSE), maternal and child health, infertility counselling, sexual health of middle-aged women, treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), prevention of COVID-19, cervical cancer, sexual violence and child abuse.  JFPA also advocates for women’s and adolescents, health issues and engages with lawmakers in Japan.   JFPA works with the national and local governments and strives to achieve a society where everyone in the country can have access to voluntary reproductive health services. Our activities include:   Printing/Issuing of an original publication “Kazoku to Kenko" (which means family and health in English) and holding various seminars and workshops for educational and public relations purposes.   Providing services and information on adolescent health, contraception, infertility, sexuality education, prevention of COVID-19, cervical cancer and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and heredity through clinic-based counselling.  Developing and distributing educational material and equipment which promotes reproductive health. 

Japan Family Planning Association, logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Japan Family Planning Association, Inc.

The Japan Family Planning Association (JFPA) is an incorporated association established in 1954.   JFPA believes in the life-cycle approach when addressing and delivering sexual and reproductive health services that includes family planning and maternal and child health services. JFPA works in the field of modern contraceptive methods, adolescent health, health promotion and comprehensive sexuality education (CSE), maternal and child health, infertility counselling, sexual health of middle-aged women, treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), prevention of COVID-19, cervical cancer, sexual violence and child abuse.  JFPA also advocates for women’s and adolescents, health issues and engages with lawmakers in Japan.   JFPA works with the national and local governments and strives to achieve a society where everyone in the country can have access to voluntary reproductive health services. Our activities include:   Printing/Issuing of an original publication “Kazoku to Kenko" (which means family and health in English) and holding various seminars and workshops for educational and public relations purposes.   Providing services and information on adolescent health, contraception, infertility, sexuality education, prevention of COVID-19, cervical cancer and sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and heredity through clinic-based counselling.  Developing and distributing educational material and equipment which promotes reproductive health.