Improving Access to Quality Family Planning Project (QFP).

Bangladesh a country with huge population is a small land can never afford to ignore actions required for quality family planning for ensuring reproductive health. BASA Foundation enjoyed the proud privilege of working with the esteemed INGO, Ipas Bangladesh since 2017 under The financial partner of this project was UKAID.

It was a 3.5 years project (started from February 2017 till Sept 2020) with a view to increase the availability of high quality contraceptive services, educate and empower women to access the reproductive health care to which they are entitled, create space and advocate at the local and national level for improving reproductive health services. The project special attention paid to increasing contraceptive provision for post abortion and postpartum clients as well as increasing the availability of long acting and permanent methods.

This project has been implemented in 7 upazila Tangail , Upazila ( Ghatail&Shokhipur), Coxbazar ( Ramu&Chokoria), Sunamgonj (Sreemongal), Potuakhali (Kalapara ), Borguna (Amtoli).
Under this project, BASA created awareness through conducted approximately 1000 meetings, 43nos of dialogue and 12 nos of training as well as 15 number of theater for Drama (TFD) . The target audiences were village people, local elite, member of union parishad, DGHS field worker, adolescent, young mother etc

Previously village people have myths and misconceptions about modern family planning and unaware about the contraceptive method. Now people are well aware about the different methods of family planning and get accurate information from service centers, village women are more aware and conscious about modern contraceptive methods especially long-acting Family Planning methods, MR & PAC services available in local facilities that will reduce the social stigma.

Moreover with the coordination of UFPO and all the other meetings BASA came across to formulate family planning to get introduced in almost all the other PO’s amongst our working areas so that they can merger with the family planning activities.

PROJECT CLOSURE REPORT of IPAS

  • PROJECT CLOSURE REPORT of FAMILY PLANNING IN BANGLADESH IMPROVING QUALITY AND ACCESSPROJECT

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