Working under the aegis of the Centre for Agro-Ecology and Development, Women's Reproductive Rights Program (WRRP) addresses uterine prolapse as an issue of reproductive rights rather than a mere medical problem. It considers the problem as one of the consequences of the sub-ordination of women rooted in prevalent patriarchal structures of the society. The program is built on the experiences of its work on UP initiated in the far western part of the country since 1999. WRRP is being recognized as a resource organization and one of country’s lead institutions working on UP issues.You can download our brochure
- To empower women for the enjoyment of equal rights and opportunities.
- To empower girls to deny early/child marriage, adolescent pregnancy and complete their education.
- To influence concerned stakeholders for formulation and implementation of comprehensive policies and strategies on POP management.
Work on a multi-pronged approach: policy advocacy at national and district levels and simultaneous capacity building at local levels and working on preventive aspects in selected areas - so women suffering from POP can claim and receive services.
- Work at grassroots for evidence-based knowledge for advocacy.
- Work on a multi-pronged approach from grassroots to policy level collaborating with local NGOs.
- Work closely with government health, education and women's empowerment focused institutions for institutionalizing reproductive rights
- Intensify widening and deepening of the issues based on ground experiences of working with CNGOs in base districts.
- Intensify bringing UP issue in discourse with various stakeholders - service providing agencies, local government, parliamentarians, political parties, media, donors by developing a culture of networking and solidarity of concerned organizations and activists.
- Undertake program intervening with various key factors such as adolescent boys and girls, parents/family, school/teachers, women at risk, influential men, governmental bodies, political parties and media.
- Work with women’s groups under government system while strengthening them to work on reproductive rights.
- Intensify men and boys engagement in order to reduce gender discrimination at all levels.