Family Planning Association of India : Lead Agency
Mr. Neelesh Chaubey
FPAI Bhopal Branch
Address: MIJ-02 Ankur Colony
Near Parul Hospital Shivaji Nagar
Telephone LL: +91 755-2553338
Phone: +91 9425080373
Abhinaytosh Mahila Bal Vikas Samiti
Abhinaytosh Mahila Bal Vikas Samiti, established in 1991, aspires to help people lead healthy, productive lives. It is dedicated to discovering and disseminating innovative approaches to address extreme poverty and poor health.
The Samiti operates in the Sagar, Damoh and Anuppur districts of Madhya Pradesh. It works in partnership with the Government, the private sector and other organizations and donors to achieve the greatest possible impact.
The Samiti conducts frontline health workers ASHA training under the NRHM provision for ASHA 6 and 7 Module Training. It also organizes health and awareness programmes in coordination with other organisations.
The Samiti has conducted skill development training on behalf of the Madhya Pradesh OBC and Minority Finance and Development Corporation for 580 minority students and 120 OBC youths. Under the VTP scheme, the samiti has conducted skill development training regarding banking and accounting, media, garment making and beauty and hair culture.
Mr. Saral Singh Tagore
Address: 918 – Happy Home Complex, Jhansi Road, Makronia, Sagar (MP) – 470004
Family Planning Association of India, Indore Branch is working in the field of Sexual & Reproductive Health & Rights. The Branch is carrying out a variety of activities among different groups of people on the following topics:
- Population Stabilization – Information/ Counselling & services related to the contraception (Spacing methods and Sterilization services for male and female)
- Safe & Legal Abortion services
- Gender Equality & women empowerment
The Branch is providing clinical services through its Reproductive Health & Family Planning Centre (RHFPC) situated at Jail Road, Indore. These services include – Family Planning, MTP, ANC, Mother & Child Health, HIV screening through ICTC etc. The Branch is adhered to “Quality of Care”
The Branch reaches to the unreached population through Outreach services. Awareness & Health Service sessions are organized in different communities and schools.
Mr. Pratul Jain
Address: Family Planning Association of India, Indore Branch 15, Ganji Compound, B/ H Nagar Nigam Indore.
Ph: 0731-2531649; 98933-94472
Madhya Pradesh Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (MPNP+)
The Madhya Pradesh Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (MPNP+) was established in 2006 to advocate for the right of people with HIV/AIDS to live with dignity in society. Its objectives are the overall development and empowerment of People Living with HIV (PLHIV) and bringing them into the mainstream.
MPNP+ has formed 27 district-level networks in Madhya Pradesh and implemented the Promoting Access to Care and Treatment (PACT) project of Global Fund Round 6 in 21 districts.
With the support of Madhya Pradesh State AIDS Control Society (MPSACS), MPNP+ runs two Drop In Centers (DIC) in Dewas and Rewa districts. It has also successfully completed many short-term assignments with UNICEF, UN Habitat, UNDP, ILO and the Clinton Foundation.
Currently, MPNP+ is implementing Vihaan Care and Support programme in 15 districts as Sub Recipient (SR) and the AIPSI project in 51 districts of Madhya Pradesh as SR by focusing on PPTCT activities. MPNP+ is also implementing Targeted Intervention (TI) in Mandsaur district.
MPNP+ is working in following thematic areas
It led the team of PLHAS for putting up branded stalls at 11 railway stations. UNICEF gave the opportunity to MPNP+ for the reporting of state for the RRE campaign. Awareness was generated under the TAHA project of UNDP regarding human trafficking, and also among adolescent female sex workers in Ratlam and Mandsaur districts.
Under the PACT project, MPNP+ did work regarding capacity building of PLHIV networks and members in areas of governance, treatment adherence and human rights. Also a bureau of positive speakers was formed.
MPNP+ worked under the PACT project to increase ART and opportunistic Infection treatment accessibility and adherence. It ran a project for HIV testing of children, with support from Clinton Foundation.
MPNP+ formed a self-help group of women living with HIV/AIDS under the UN Habitat project.
Advocacy & Networking
MPNP+ is actively involved in advocacy initiatives and resource mobilization activities under various projects.
Mr Rajendra Singh Rajpoot
State Program Manger
Mr. Rajpal Shekhawat
Address: 116, Ashok Vihaar, Nagar Nigam Colony, Near Ashoka Garden Police Station, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh –462023
Vikalp Samajik Sanstha
Vikalp Samajik Sanstha (VIKALP) is the result of the vision of a few friends, pursuing Masters in Social Work, a post-graduate degree in rural development. Banking on their learning from the course, they decided to float an entity that would focus on developmental issues of their native place, Barwani, a district in the Nimar region of Madhya Pradesh.
The objective behind establishing the organization, as its name suggests (VIKALP means “an alternative”), was to have an option available to work on rural development issues after having practical experience of the sector by working on field with various development agencies for a period of four to five years.
With its initial mandate of comprehensive development coupled with the lack of on-field experience of its promoters, VIKALP ventured into a number of areas like advocacy, health and nutrition, women empowerment through SHG promotion, and microfinance.
VSS works in the Anjad block of the district of Barwani, Tonkkhurd block of the district Dewas and Mandsaur and Manawar in Dhar. The micro Finance operation is currently taken care by its sole branch situated at Anjad, where nearly 500 women are involved in self-help groups. VIKALP has also formed a co-operative bank. It has also been working on child rights and has carried out research for CSR and the Government.
Mr. Videsh Kulkarni
Ph: – 07284-253355
FPA India – Regional Technical Centre (RTC) Bhopal – Lead Agency
About RTC Bhopal: FPA India – Regional Technical Centre (RTC) – Bhopal established in 2005, works in close partnership with the government, NGOs, UN agencies and a large number of grass root level organizations and community groups. The technical support and strategic partnerships at various levels contributed not only to the efficiency of the work, but has played a role in reaching out to people. The technical center needs to mobilize support and build capacities especially of civil society organization on management and programmatic issues in the area of sexual and reproductive health.
FPA India Regional Technical Centre’s aims to promote and advocates on implementing rights based Sexual & Reproductive Health program and increasing access to sexual and reproductive health services with a focus on poor, marginalized and underserved communities through internal and external organization’s collaborative activities. It addresses the issues of SRH and HIV/AIDS of key populations (female sex workers and their children, men having sex with men) through sensitization meetings and documentation as well. RTC also develop and apply Comprehensive Training Packages on SRH and Gender related issues.
Capacity building programs and Advocacy events are conducted for CSOs / NGOs and other agencies on SRH and rights including Family Planning and HIV/AIDS. It seeks to contribute towards the community at large by focusing on the following – sexual and reproductive health, empower the community, especially women, youth and disadvantaged people to exercise their rights and improve their sexual and reproductive health status; supplement and complement and national program of HIV/AIDS prevention; create specified facilities for adolescents and male sexual and reproductive health; mobilize young person’s to actively participate in governance, program planning, implementation and management; expand coverage to make inroads into remote areas and reach hard-to-reach groups; forge partnerships with government for effective decision-making and implementation of developmental population policies; and strengthen networking with non-government and private sectors for advocacy and promotion of sexual and reproductive health and rights.
Mr. Neelesh Chaubey
Lead Agency ARC MP Chapter.
Address: – Family Planning Association of India (RTC) Bhopal E-2/180 Arera Colony Bhopal.
Tel: 0755-2420367, 4266873
Asra Samajik Lok Kalyan Samiti
Asra Samajik Lok Kalyan Samiti was established in 2001 by a group of young volunteers. It works in 9 districts of Madhya Pradesh across more than 820 villages, where its work benefits 120,000 families or some 510,000 beneficiaries. Most of these families belong to small and marginalized farmers and other economically and socially disadvantaged sections of the society.
Asra conducts development interventions in fields such as livelihood promotion, micro finance institutions, education, community healthcare, women empowerment, environment protection, CSR initiatives, prevention of tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS, and so on.
The goals of Asra include:
- Empowering the rural economy by involving communities in micro finance programs
- Providing skillful training to rural youth, farmers, and women for livelihood
- Strengthening the implementation of Government policies by providing technical inputs to service providers and agencies
Mr. Shailesh Shrivastava
Chief Executive Officer
Asra Samajik Lok Kalyan Samiti
Address: 21/3, Moti Bungalow Colony, Dewas, Madhya Pradesh – 455001
Ph: 07272 – 251734 (HO), 251724 (Branch), 094253-06366, 9630016367
Jeevandan Foundation Samiti
Since 1998, the Jeevandan Foundation Samiti has been organizing blood donation camps, blood check-up camps and free health awareness camps for the poor. It has been helping the underprivileged classes by donating blood and medicines and preparing blood directories. The organization operates in the Sagar District (Urban) of Madhya Pradesh.
Mr Rajesh Pandit
Jeevandan Foundation Samiti
65, Laxmipura, Opposite Jain Moraji Temple, Sagar, Madhya Pradesh – 470002
FPAI – Sagar
Family Planning Association of India (FPA India), founded in 1949, pioneered the family planning movement in the country.
FPA India strengthens a voluntary commitment to advocate for sexual and reproductive health (SRH) rights and choices. It promotes access to SRH information and services related to family planning, safe abortions, HIV/AIDS and sexuality to the poor, marginalised and vulnerable populations. Over five decades of work in social development has helped millions of people living in urban and rural areas in fulfilling their aspirations for a better quality of life.
The Late Smt. Vimala Shrikhande donated her all properties at Sagar, Madhya Pradesh, to Family Planning Association of India to serve the poor, needy and marginalized people of the area by establishing a hospital in the name of her father-in-laws Pt. Shri Ram Krishna Rao Shrikhande Memorial Charitable Hospital. FPA India is offering health services through Satelite Clinic and by organizing outreach camps and other awareness programmes. FPA India is running this project through its minimum resources available with them and with the help of other donors.
State Bank of India, Regional Office Sagar donated instruments amounting Rs.5.25 lacs and established pathology laboratory. Through the lab FPA India is availing pathology services to needy people in minimum cost. Along with Gynaecological services FPA India Sagar is organising outreach health camps, counselling sessions and organising counselling and advocacy programmes to Adolescents and youths.
FPA India invite and request donors in individual or organisations to donate for infrastructure and programme for a noble cause and fulfil the last wish of donor Late Smt. Vimala Shrikhande.
Mr. N R Patra
Address: Family Planning Association of India, Pt. Ramkrishna Rao Shrikhande Memorial Charitable Hospital,
Chakraghat, Sagar, Madhya Pradesh – 470001
The Family Planning Association of India (FPA India), established in 1949, pioneered the family planning movement. Over the years, it has expanded its work to include program covering maternal and child survival, male involvement, adolescents, sexual and reproductive health, family planning, HIV/AIDS, gender inequities and basic human rights of men and women.
FPA India is an accredited member of the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), a global service provider and leading advocate of sexual and reproductive health and rights.
The Gwalior branch of FPA India in the state of Madhya Pradesh is operational since 1991. It is providing health and education services in two blocks of Gwalior district comprising a population size of 300,000. The Gwalior branch works through three static clinics and one mobile unit to provide health services to rural communities.
Ms. Neelam Dixit
FPA India Gwalior
Ph: – 0751-2660278.
The Family Planning Association of India (FPA India) is a voluntary organization working in the field of sexual and reproductive health rights. It serves the underserved poor and marginalized populations, with particular focus on the youth. The Jabalpur branch of FPA India operates in the slum areas of the region.
Mr. Anwar Khan
Address: 1823, Behind Singh Dharam Kanta,
Prem Nagar, Madan Mahal,
Nagpur Road, Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh – 482002
Ph: 0761-4036429, 2428541
Family Planning Association of India (FPA India) is one of the largest NGOs working in the country. In the state of Madhya Pradesh, it has four branches – Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior and Jabalpur. It mainly works for population control, women empowerment and health-related issues.
The Bhopal branch of FPA India provides a wide spectrum of services related to reproductive health and responsible sexual behavior to improve quality of life in rural and urban slums of the city. It also works in the areas of reproductive child health (RCH), family welfare, counseling, women empowerment, adolescent health, sexual health, safe abortions as well as training/ orientation of professionals/volunteers, opinion leaders and members of NGOs.
FPA India Bhopal branch has a fully equipped clinic in Arera Colony, supported by qualified doctors and specialist for providing sexual and reproductive health services. In addition, two more clinics are located in other parts of Bhopal providing similar services.
Mr. Jagdish Parsai
Add: E 7/75, Area Colony near Sai Board, Bhopal
Shuruaat has been set up with the belief that communication is central to the success of any development programs. This philosophy forms the core of all of its interventions.
Shuruaat works among communities where government services do not reach effectively, such as remote rural areas, marginalized groups and the poorest of the poor. Shuruaat is partnering with the Government, Bilateral agencies, INGOs and CBOs in the design, planning and delivery of services to improve quality of life in Madhya Pradesh and neighboring states such as Maharashtra, Chattishgarh, Bihar and Uttar Pradesh
Shuruaat’s main areas of expertise are:
- Public health especially – Family planning, WASH, Nutrition, HIV prevention and women empowerment program implementation
- Training manual designing, capacity building and skills enhancement.
- Development of behavior change communication strategies and materials. Implementation of IPC/BCC programs
- Designing and managing communication campaigns
- Conducting studies & research, monitoring and evaluation on the program
Across its interventions, Shuruaat has built a good rapport with the local administration, donors, rural and tribal communities. It believes that people’s participation and social mobilization through decentralized planning and good governance would lead to sustainable development, and that effective communication is back bone of the programs for behavioral change among the community.
Apart from its HQ at Bhopal, Shuruaat has one branch office in the Panna district. It also has a well-furnished training centre and a library of nearly 5,000 publications. Shuruaat has a large collection of exhibition material on various social and developmental issues, and is fully equipped with cameras and accessories needed for communication and documentation.
Mr Rajiv Lochan
Address: 9 Civil Lines, Vidhya Vihar Post Office, Bhopal – 462002
Phone: 07552661519, (M) 9425301095
Social Change Foundation
The Social Change Foundation works for social change through advocacy in the areas of family planning, health, education, environment, labour migration, natural calamities, woman empowerment, sanitation, addiction, empowerment of Panchayati Raj, Right to Education, food and work, and so on.
Mr. Mastram Ram Singh Ghosh
State Resource Centre
The State Resource Centre (SRC) for Adult Education is supported by the Government of India. Its mandate is to provide academic and technical resource support to adult literacy program in Madhya Pradesh by way of material development, training of key level functionaries, research and documentation, and population and development education.
SRC also works in the field of adolescent development with main focus on life skills education for out-of-school adolescents. In addition, it is doing documentation of success stories for Sanjhi Sehat Program in MP.
SRC’s area of operations currently includes:
- 22 districts of MP where Saakshar Bharat Program is being implemented
- 8 districts of Indore Division for providing life skills and adolescent health education to adolescent girls residing in RMSA hostels
- 8 districts in which Sanjhi Sehat Program is being implemented in MP
Ms. Anjali Agarwal
Address: Opp.-R-66, Sector-R, Mahalaxmi Nagar,
Near Bombay Hospital, Indore – 452 010 (M.P.)
Ph: 0731-2551917/ 2574104
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