M E S S A G E


M E S S A G E
 
I am pleased to see that once again FPAB has completed another successive year and putting forward its annual report for 2011. This report consist not only the collection of its success stories but also challenges that were overcome in a cooperative manner. For decades FPAB has been working for the better health of marginalized population of the country through its pioneering approach.
 
 
Both family planning and reproductive health issues, has been a great challenge for organizations working throughout the country. Our dedicated volunteers have shown their commitment from time to time in overcoming these challenges. They have kept their ongoing support at the policy and advocacy level. Committed staffs throughout the organization have proven themselves as assets. At the service delivery points they have gained applause by development partners, media and other stakeholders for their role in sexual and reproductive health services. FPAB’s participation towards providing services to the young and adolescent people has been a unique one. It is significant for building a healthy nation that the youth are made aware of their rights.
 

International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) of which FPAB is a Member Association (MA), have always kept their support towards innovative programs. This will keep encouraging FPAB to be one of the best among IPPF’s MA’s in the South Asian Region.

 

I am certain that this report will reflect all the hard work that has been put behind the programs. This will be an important document for future endeavours. I would like to congratulate all those who have worked hard to complete this document.

 

Meher Afroze Chumki, MP
President, FPAB