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Logo of the Federation of Reproductive Health Associations, Malaysia
member association

| 31 March 2016

Federation of Reproductive Health Associations, Malaysia

The Federation of Reproductive Health Associations of Malaysia (FRHAM) is the leading NGO in Malaysia that advocates and promotes SRHR, including family planning and reproductive rights of women, men, and young people. It is 1 of the 3 main agencies that implements family planning and SRHR programmes in Malaysia.   Our Mission:  To champion sexual and reproductive health and rights for all particularly the marginalised and underserved.  Our Vision: All people in Malaysia have access to information and services on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR).  FRHAM operates in 13 States in Malaysia, delivering a broad range of services through a sophisticated and extensive network of 27 static clinics, 2 mobile clinics, and 145 private physician as their service delivery points. Services include sexual and reproductive health consultation, assistance and prescribing, contraceptive counselling and fertility management, and the promotion of women’s independence through economic/work-based initiatives.  We also work with marginalized groups who face SRHR challenges, including refugees, migrant workers, indigenous groups and the LGBTIQ community. FRHAM provides SRHR training and workshops to corporate bodies and specialises in adolescent’s rights in SRHR.  

Logo of the Federation of Reproductive Health Associations, Malaysia
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Federation of Reproductive Health Associations, Malaysia

The Federation of Reproductive Health Associations of Malaysia (FRHAM) is the leading NGO in Malaysia that advocates and promotes SRHR, including family planning and reproductive rights of women, men, and young people. It is 1 of the 3 main agencies that implements family planning and SRHR programmes in Malaysia.   Our Mission:  To champion sexual and reproductive health and rights for all particularly the marginalised and underserved.  Our Vision: All people in Malaysia have access to information and services on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR).  FRHAM operates in 13 States in Malaysia, delivering a broad range of services through a sophisticated and extensive network of 27 static clinics, 2 mobile clinics, and 145 private physician as their service delivery points. Services include sexual and reproductive health consultation, assistance and prescribing, contraceptive counselling and fertility management, and the promotion of women’s independence through economic/work-based initiatives.  We also work with marginalized groups who face SRHR challenges, including refugees, migrant workers, indigenous groups and the LGBTIQ community. FRHAM provides SRHR training and workshops to corporate bodies and specialises in adolescent’s rights in SRHR.  

The Indonesian Planned Parenthood Association logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Indonesian Planned Parenthood Association

In 1957 the Indonesian planned parenthood association (IPPA) was established with the aim of realizing responsible parenthood believing that family is the main pillar in realizing community welfare. Responsible parenthood is understood and interpreted through the dimensions of birth, education, health, welfare and the future. Values: Respect human dignity, regardless of sex, sexual orientation, gender, marital status, people with HIV, people living with disabilities, religion, race, ethnicity, political orientation, social and economic status. Upholding the values of democracy, non-discrimination, gender equality and justice, social justice, personal autonomy, freedom of thought, opinion, expression and association. Upholding and mainstreaming sexual and reproductive health rights in all situations and opportunities. Stick to volunteerism, pioneering work, professionalism, trustworthiness, transparency, independence, sustainability and justice. Vision: Responsible and inclusive Indonesian family and society. Mission: Empowering the community to create a responsible family. Building an inclusive youth movement. Providing comprehensive, professional and inclusive sexual and reproductive health services. Influencing and empowering policy makers to respect, protect, and fulfil SRHR. Develop a professional organization to achieve independence and sustainability.

The Indonesian Planned Parenthood Association logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Indonesian Planned Parenthood Association

In 1957 the Indonesian planned parenthood association (IPPA) was established with the aim of realizing responsible parenthood believing that family is the main pillar in realizing community welfare. Responsible parenthood is understood and interpreted through the dimensions of birth, education, health, welfare and the future. Values: Respect human dignity, regardless of sex, sexual orientation, gender, marital status, people with HIV, people living with disabilities, religion, race, ethnicity, political orientation, social and economic status. Upholding the values of democracy, non-discrimination, gender equality and justice, social justice, personal autonomy, freedom of thought, opinion, expression and association. Upholding and mainstreaming sexual and reproductive health rights in all situations and opportunities. Stick to volunteerism, pioneering work, professionalism, trustworthiness, transparency, independence, sustainability and justice. Vision: Responsible and inclusive Indonesian family and society. Mission: Empowering the community to create a responsible family. Building an inclusive youth movement. Providing comprehensive, professional and inclusive sexual and reproductive health services. Influencing and empowering policy makers to respect, protect, and fulfil SRHR. Develop a professional organization to achieve independence and sustainability.

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. 

KFHA logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Kiribati Family Health Association

Despite having one of the Pacific's most challenging sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) indicators, the Kiribati Family Health Association (KFHA) has managed to expand the scope and reach of SRHR to those most in need. In the last few years, KFHA has rolled out an exciting array of sexuality education campaigns nationwide, including the successful KFHA Drama Group, which was lauded as a creative approach in the outreach and dissemination of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) information. The association is one of the leading NGO on SRHR and also working on GBV. The government of Kiribati, FBOs and the provincial has been working closely with KFHA. This is evident through MoU that was signed by the association with 8 provincial councils enabling them to provide continuous services on SRHR to these provinces.    

KFHA logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Kiribati Family Health Association

Despite having one of the Pacific's most challenging sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) indicators, the Kiribati Family Health Association (KFHA) has managed to expand the scope and reach of SRHR to those most in need. In the last few years, KFHA has rolled out an exciting array of sexuality education campaigns nationwide, including the successful KFHA Drama Group, which was lauded as a creative approach in the outreach and dissemination of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) information. The association is one of the leading NGO on SRHR and also working on GBV. The government of Kiribati, FBOs and the provincial has been working closely with KFHA. This is evident through MoU that was signed by the association with 8 provincial councils enabling them to provide continuous services on SRHR to these provinces.    

KoPHWA logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Korea Population, Health and Welfare Association

The Korea Population Health and Welfare Association (KoPHWA) is a leading non-profit organization in South Korea founded under the Maternal and Child Health Law and has played a crucial role in the successful implementation of population and reproductive health programmes in South Korea since 1961.   Our Vision:   Healthy Family Together, Sustainable Happy World  Our Mission:  Being Partner to Support the Health and Care for the Individual and Family  Our Goals  To improve quality of life by responding to population change.   To realize healthy social networks in the community.   To operate a professional and creative organization.  In pursuit of these goals, KoPHWA runs a wide range of information, education, and communication (IEC) programmes to raise public awareness of population issues and is active in young people’s education and participation.   KoPHWA delivers Maternal and Child Health (MCH) and Family Health services, particularly to women and children, through 13 branch clinics; it also provides mobile OB-GYN services to increase women's access to medical and health information and services, particularly for marginalized groups. KoPHWA’s works of developing and distributing high-quality materials have consistently contributed to creating a family-friendly childbirth and childcare environment as well as promoting exemplary sexual and reproductive health practices.

KoPHWA logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Korea Population, Health and Welfare Association

The Korea Population Health and Welfare Association (KoPHWA) is a leading non-profit organization in South Korea founded under the Maternal and Child Health Law and has played a crucial role in the successful implementation of population and reproductive health programmes in South Korea since 1961.   Our Vision:   Healthy Family Together, Sustainable Happy World  Our Mission:  Being Partner to Support the Health and Care for the Individual and Family  Our Goals  To improve quality of life by responding to population change.   To realize healthy social networks in the community.   To operate a professional and creative organization.  In pursuit of these goals, KoPHWA runs a wide range of information, education, and communication (IEC) programmes to raise public awareness of population issues and is active in young people’s education and participation.   KoPHWA delivers Maternal and Child Health (MCH) and Family Health services, particularly to women and children, through 13 branch clinics; it also provides mobile OB-GYN services to increase women's access to medical and health information and services, particularly for marginalized groups. KoPHWA’s works of developing and distributing high-quality materials have consistently contributed to creating a family-friendly childbirth and childcare environment as well as promoting exemplary sexual and reproductive health practices.

Mongolian Family Welfare Association logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Mongolian Family Welfare Association

The Mongolian Family Welfare Association is a voluntary, non-governmental, non-profit, non-political, non-religious organization established in 1994.  It became an Associate Member of the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) in 1996.   MFWA became a full Member Association in 2005 after its compliance with the constitutional, governance, programme and management provisions of the Standards and Responsibilities of IPPF membership and was re-accredited in 2012 and 2019.   We are the first Mongolian NGO granted with the UN ECOSOC Special Consultative Status since 2015.   MFWA delivers services through its branches, clinic, mobile services and a network of community-based distributors/community-based services (CBDs/CBSs) and partner clinics.   MFWA works closely with both governmental and non-governmental agencies to secure good quality sexual and reproductive health (SRH) provision for the Mongolian people.  It provides clinical services, education and counselling in pursuit of its ultimate objective: universal access to sexual health services, and universal recognition that exercising informed choice over SRH is a fundamental human right.  

Mongolian Family Welfare Association logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Mongolian Family Welfare Association

The Mongolian Family Welfare Association is a voluntary, non-governmental, non-profit, non-political, non-religious organization established in 1994.  It became an Associate Member of the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) in 1996.   MFWA became a full Member Association in 2005 after its compliance with the constitutional, governance, programme and management provisions of the Standards and Responsibilities of IPPF membership and was re-accredited in 2012 and 2019.   We are the first Mongolian NGO granted with the UN ECOSOC Special Consultative Status since 2015.   MFWA delivers services through its branches, clinic, mobile services and a network of community-based distributors/community-based services (CBDs/CBSs) and partner clinics.   MFWA works closely with both governmental and non-governmental agencies to secure good quality sexual and reproductive health (SRH) provision for the Mongolian people.  It provides clinical services, education and counselling in pursuit of its ultimate objective: universal access to sexual health services, and universal recognition that exercising informed choice over SRH is a fundamental human right.  

Logo of the Federation of Reproductive Health Associations, Malaysia
member association

| 31 March 2016

Federation of Reproductive Health Associations, Malaysia

The Federation of Reproductive Health Associations of Malaysia (FRHAM) is the leading NGO in Malaysia that advocates and promotes SRHR, including family planning and reproductive rights of women, men, and young people. It is 1 of the 3 main agencies that implements family planning and SRHR programmes in Malaysia.   Our Mission:  To champion sexual and reproductive health and rights for all particularly the marginalised and underserved.  Our Vision: All people in Malaysia have access to information and services on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR).  FRHAM operates in 13 States in Malaysia, delivering a broad range of services through a sophisticated and extensive network of 27 static clinics, 2 mobile clinics, and 145 private physician as their service delivery points. Services include sexual and reproductive health consultation, assistance and prescribing, contraceptive counselling and fertility management, and the promotion of women’s independence through economic/work-based initiatives.  We also work with marginalized groups who face SRHR challenges, including refugees, migrant workers, indigenous groups and the LGBTIQ community. FRHAM provides SRHR training and workshops to corporate bodies and specialises in adolescent’s rights in SRHR.  

Logo of the Federation of Reproductive Health Associations, Malaysia
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Federation of Reproductive Health Associations, Malaysia

The Federation of Reproductive Health Associations of Malaysia (FRHAM) is the leading NGO in Malaysia that advocates and promotes SRHR, including family planning and reproductive rights of women, men, and young people. It is 1 of the 3 main agencies that implements family planning and SRHR programmes in Malaysia.   Our Mission:  To champion sexual and reproductive health and rights for all particularly the marginalised and underserved.  Our Vision: All people in Malaysia have access to information and services on sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR).  FRHAM operates in 13 States in Malaysia, delivering a broad range of services through a sophisticated and extensive network of 27 static clinics, 2 mobile clinics, and 145 private physician as their service delivery points. Services include sexual and reproductive health consultation, assistance and prescribing, contraceptive counselling and fertility management, and the promotion of women’s independence through economic/work-based initiatives.  We also work with marginalized groups who face SRHR challenges, including refugees, migrant workers, indigenous groups and the LGBTIQ community. FRHAM provides SRHR training and workshops to corporate bodies and specialises in adolescent’s rights in SRHR.  

The Indonesian Planned Parenthood Association logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Indonesian Planned Parenthood Association

In 1957 the Indonesian planned parenthood association (IPPA) was established with the aim of realizing responsible parenthood believing that family is the main pillar in realizing community welfare. Responsible parenthood is understood and interpreted through the dimensions of birth, education, health, welfare and the future. Values: Respect human dignity, regardless of sex, sexual orientation, gender, marital status, people with HIV, people living with disabilities, religion, race, ethnicity, political orientation, social and economic status. Upholding the values of democracy, non-discrimination, gender equality and justice, social justice, personal autonomy, freedom of thought, opinion, expression and association. Upholding and mainstreaming sexual and reproductive health rights in all situations and opportunities. Stick to volunteerism, pioneering work, professionalism, trustworthiness, transparency, independence, sustainability and justice. Vision: Responsible and inclusive Indonesian family and society. Mission: Empowering the community to create a responsible family. Building an inclusive youth movement. Providing comprehensive, professional and inclusive sexual and reproductive health services. Influencing and empowering policy makers to respect, protect, and fulfil SRHR. Develop a professional organization to achieve independence and sustainability.

The Indonesian Planned Parenthood Association logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Indonesian Planned Parenthood Association

In 1957 the Indonesian planned parenthood association (IPPA) was established with the aim of realizing responsible parenthood believing that family is the main pillar in realizing community welfare. Responsible parenthood is understood and interpreted through the dimensions of birth, education, health, welfare and the future. Values: Respect human dignity, regardless of sex, sexual orientation, gender, marital status, people with HIV, people living with disabilities, religion, race, ethnicity, political orientation, social and economic status. Upholding the values of democracy, non-discrimination, gender equality and justice, social justice, personal autonomy, freedom of thought, opinion, expression and association. Upholding and mainstreaming sexual and reproductive health rights in all situations and opportunities. Stick to volunteerism, pioneering work, professionalism, trustworthiness, transparency, independence, sustainability and justice. Vision: Responsible and inclusive Indonesian family and society. Mission: Empowering the community to create a responsible family. Building an inclusive youth movement. Providing comprehensive, professional and inclusive sexual and reproductive health services. Influencing and empowering policy makers to respect, protect, and fulfil SRHR. Develop a professional organization to achieve independence and sustainability.

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. 

KFHA logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Kiribati Family Health Association

Despite having one of the Pacific's most challenging sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) indicators, the Kiribati Family Health Association (KFHA) has managed to expand the scope and reach of SRHR to those most in need. In the last few years, KFHA has rolled out an exciting array of sexuality education campaigns nationwide, including the successful KFHA Drama Group, which was lauded as a creative approach in the outreach and dissemination of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) information. The association is one of the leading NGO on SRHR and also working on GBV. The government of Kiribati, FBOs and the provincial has been working closely with KFHA. This is evident through MoU that was signed by the association with 8 provincial councils enabling them to provide continuous services on SRHR to these provinces.    

KFHA logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Kiribati Family Health Association

Despite having one of the Pacific's most challenging sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) indicators, the Kiribati Family Health Association (KFHA) has managed to expand the scope and reach of SRHR to those most in need. In the last few years, KFHA has rolled out an exciting array of sexuality education campaigns nationwide, including the successful KFHA Drama Group, which was lauded as a creative approach in the outreach and dissemination of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) information. The association is one of the leading NGO on SRHR and also working on GBV. The government of Kiribati, FBOs and the provincial has been working closely with KFHA. This is evident through MoU that was signed by the association with 8 provincial councils enabling them to provide continuous services on SRHR to these provinces.    

KoPHWA logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Korea Population, Health and Welfare Association

The Korea Population Health and Welfare Association (KoPHWA) is a leading non-profit organization in South Korea founded under the Maternal and Child Health Law and has played a crucial role in the successful implementation of population and reproductive health programmes in South Korea since 1961.   Our Vision:   Healthy Family Together, Sustainable Happy World  Our Mission:  Being Partner to Support the Health and Care for the Individual and Family  Our Goals  To improve quality of life by responding to population change.   To realize healthy social networks in the community.   To operate a professional and creative organization.  In pursuit of these goals, KoPHWA runs a wide range of information, education, and communication (IEC) programmes to raise public awareness of population issues and is active in young people’s education and participation.   KoPHWA delivers Maternal and Child Health (MCH) and Family Health services, particularly to women and children, through 13 branch clinics; it also provides mobile OB-GYN services to increase women's access to medical and health information and services, particularly for marginalized groups. KoPHWA’s works of developing and distributing high-quality materials have consistently contributed to creating a family-friendly childbirth and childcare environment as well as promoting exemplary sexual and reproductive health practices.

KoPHWA logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Korea Population, Health and Welfare Association

The Korea Population Health and Welfare Association (KoPHWA) is a leading non-profit organization in South Korea founded under the Maternal and Child Health Law and has played a crucial role in the successful implementation of population and reproductive health programmes in South Korea since 1961.   Our Vision:   Healthy Family Together, Sustainable Happy World  Our Mission:  Being Partner to Support the Health and Care for the Individual and Family  Our Goals  To improve quality of life by responding to population change.   To realize healthy social networks in the community.   To operate a professional and creative organization.  In pursuit of these goals, KoPHWA runs a wide range of information, education, and communication (IEC) programmes to raise public awareness of population issues and is active in young people’s education and participation.   KoPHWA delivers Maternal and Child Health (MCH) and Family Health services, particularly to women and children, through 13 branch clinics; it also provides mobile OB-GYN services to increase women's access to medical and health information and services, particularly for marginalized groups. KoPHWA’s works of developing and distributing high-quality materials have consistently contributed to creating a family-friendly childbirth and childcare environment as well as promoting exemplary sexual and reproductive health practices.

Mongolian Family Welfare Association logo
member association

| 31 March 2016

Mongolian Family Welfare Association

The Mongolian Family Welfare Association is a voluntary, non-governmental, non-profit, non-political, non-religious organization established in 1994.  It became an Associate Member of the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) in 1996.   MFWA became a full Member Association in 2005 after its compliance with the constitutional, governance, programme and management provisions of the Standards and Responsibilities of IPPF membership and was re-accredited in 2012 and 2019.   We are the first Mongolian NGO granted with the UN ECOSOC Special Consultative Status since 2015.   MFWA delivers services through its branches, clinic, mobile services and a network of community-based distributors/community-based services (CBDs/CBSs) and partner clinics.   MFWA works closely with both governmental and non-governmental agencies to secure good quality sexual and reproductive health (SRH) provision for the Mongolian people.  It provides clinical services, education and counselling in pursuit of its ultimate objective: universal access to sexual health services, and universal recognition that exercising informed choice over SRH is a fundamental human right.  

Mongolian Family Welfare Association logo
member_association

| 31 March 2016

Mongolian Family Welfare Association

The Mongolian Family Welfare Association is a voluntary, non-governmental, non-profit, non-political, non-religious organization established in 1994.  It became an Associate Member of the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) in 1996.   MFWA became a full Member Association in 2005 after its compliance with the constitutional, governance, programme and management provisions of the Standards and Responsibilities of IPPF membership and was re-accredited in 2012 and 2019.   We are the first Mongolian NGO granted with the UN ECOSOC Special Consultative Status since 2015.   MFWA delivers services through its branches, clinic, mobile services and a network of community-based distributors/community-based services (CBDs/CBSs) and partner clinics.   MFWA works closely with both governmental and non-governmental agencies to secure good quality sexual and reproductive health (SRH) provision for the Mongolian people.  It provides clinical services, education and counselling in pursuit of its ultimate objective: universal access to sexual health services, and universal recognition that exercising informed choice over SRH is a fundamental human right.