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Welcome to Family Planning Association of Malawi
FPAM is a local NGO established in 1999 and affiliated to the International planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF). In Malawi, FPAM was legally registered with the Government of Malawi, through the NGO Board in April 2004, (Registration number NGO/R/04/022)… ReadMore
OUR SERVICES
SEXUAL AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH RIGHTS(SRHR/HIV)
Family Planning Association of Malawi provides quality and affordable comprehensive Integrated Sexual and Reproductive…ReadMore
GENERAL MEDICAL SERVICES
Fpam Provides the following General Medical Services: History taking Diagnosis and treatment of medical conditions Laboratory services i.e. FBC, Microscopy…ReadMore
COMPREHENSIVE SEXUAL EDUCATION
Family Planning Association of Malawi (FPAM) is committed to the provision and promotion of youth friendly health services which are easily available to all young people…ReadMore
TESTIMONIALS

“Young girls who opt for contraception do not have an easy path to sustain access to family planning services, especially when they are known to be unmarried. Olive Enock who is on three-year implant contraception indicates that hearsays cannot save any life. What is important is to partner with supportive people including health workers,” Enock Said.

Olive Enock

Olive Enock

Youth And Health Advocate, Dambe – Neno

“This friend apart from being my school mentor is also a neighbor and taught me more about loop because she started using this method for some time now. She also said that loop contraceptive has no side effects like body pains, uncontrolled menses, and dizziness,” Abigirl Sitola explained.

Abgail Sitola

Abgail Sitola

Secondary School Student, Mangochi

“My friends and family members speculated that Covid-19 vaccine was designed to kill people on Anti-Retroviral Treatment (ART) and that you cannot survive beyond six months after getting the vaccine jabs. I kept counting down lifeline months and when I got to the seventh month, I quickly became the testimony that Covid-19 vaccine was not designed to kill people on ART treatment,” Zulu Said.

Mary Sostern Zulu

Mary Sostern Zulu

Kamwendo Health Advocate, Mchinji

“I nearly died, and everyone here saw me battle for life when Covid-19 struck me hard. It was difficult to breathe, and I thank God, relatives, and friends because they stood up for me although some discriminated against me even when I was discharged from the hospital until now when they can get close to me again.” He added that “Sharing of face masks at the health facility just to get the health service is childish as you can get infected and let’s follow all preventive measures.”

Lorent Mthobwa

Lorent Mthobwa

Chipoka Health Center Management Committee Member, Chenyama TA Kalonga, Salima.

“Our church decided to encourage its members because our doctrine values sharing bible studies as a group and in person. Although our churches shut down and we were congregating through WhatsApp and other virtual platforms, it was not enough, and our church leaders got vaccinated first. This provided an exemplary platform that every church member needed to follow to speed up resumption of congregation. Currently no member is allowed to get to church without evidence of vaccination and all preventive measures are still enforced and those with Covid-19 signs like sneezing and coughing are not allowed to get to church until they have recovered,”

Ruth Elias

Ruth Elias

Kachache Jehovah’s Witness Member from TA Pemba in Salima.

Our News

FPAM ENGAGES MEN IN PROMOTION OF FAMILY PLANNING IN CHIKWAWA

A quest to engage men in the promotion of uptake of modern family planning services …

FPAM INTENSFIES SRHR SOCIAL INCLUSION IN LILONGWE AND KASUNGU

Through the WISH2ACTION project funded by the UK government through Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office …

JOIN THE ACTION, PROTECT THE FUTURE

Youth Action Movement (YAM) established in 2005 is a youth arm of Family Planning Association …

COMMUNITY INFLUERNCERS SPARK DEMAND FOR COVID – 19 VACCINE IN SALIMA

At a time when Covid-19 Vaccine is facing low demand among Malawians, some chiefs and …

OUR 2020 RESULTS

1728879

TOTAL SRH SERVICES PROVIDED

493328

SRH SERVICES TO YOUTH

1526439

FAMILY PLANNING SERVICES

150240

HIV SERVICES

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