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The Women's Reproductive Rights Program (WRRP) seeks to address the high incidence of uterine prolapse in Nepal through a preventative and treatment-based approach.
 
Under the aegis of the Centre for Agro-Ecology and Development, WRRP has been working on the issue of uterine prolapse since 1999. WRRP considers uterine prolapse to be one of the consequences of the sub-ordination of women which is rooted in the patriarchal structures of Nepal’s society. WRRP is recognized as one of the country’s leading institutions working on issues of uterine prolapse.