FRHAM is the leading voluntary family planning, sexual and reproductive health organization in Malaysia. Being a service-oriented body, FRHAM has the community at heart. Recognizing the sexual and reproductive health needs of its clientele, FRHAM and the State Member Associations developed related services and educational activities to promote optimal health of women, men, and young people.
FRHAM's operation is based on the following strategic plan and framework: FFPAM Strategic Plan Towards Vision 2020 (2003), which is in consonance with the IPPF Strategic Framework 2005-2015. The IPPF Strategic Framework focuses on the 5A's: Access, Adolescents, Advocacy, AIDS/HIV and Abortion. The implementation of our work is reinforced by Support Strategies aim to ensure human resources capability, financial sustainability, accountability in all aspects of work and networking enhancement.
UNITED NATIONS POPULATION AWARD CEREMONY
The United Nations Population Award Ceremony was held in Economic Council Chamber, North Lawn Building, United Nations, New York on 8th of June 2012 from 4.15pm to 6pm. The Deputy Secretary-General of United Nations, Ms. Asha-Rose Migiro presented the diploma, the medal and the monetary prize to the Chairperson of Federation of Reproductive Health Associations, Malaysia, Dr. Mary Huang Soo Lee who was accompanied by Tan Sri Napsiah Omar, chairperson of LPPKN.
Federation of Reproductive Health Associations, Malaysia (FRHAM) is formerly known as Federation of Family Planning Associations, Malaysia (FFPAM). It is a federation of 13 State Member Associations (State MAs). It was established in 1958 with the aim of educating Malaysians in family planning and responsible parenthood, promoting and supporting effective family planning and sexual and reproductive health services.
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Since 1963, FRHAM has been a member of the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and was a fully accredited member in November 2005, having fulfilled all criteria needed for accreditation.
Federation of Reproductive Health Associations, Malaysia