International Federation for Family Life Promotion (IFFLP)

Fédération internationale d'action familiale (FIDAF)
Federación Internacional de Acción Familiar (FIDAF)

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1974-08 Washington DC USA


Aug 1974, Washington DC (USA). Incorporated, 16 Sep 1974, in the District of Columbia (USA). Constitution amended: 13 Nov 1974; 3 Jun 1976; 30 Nov 1976. Legally dissolved, 1997, due to lack of financial support - communication among former members maintained through the informal U-XE4182 - Link - Liaison - Enlace Committee. African activities taken over by H-XD8938 - Africa Family Life Federation (AFLF).


Provide leadership, guidance and education in the field of family life education (FLE), in particular natural family planning (NFP), including: promotion and availability of NFP education and services to all persons by the means most appropriate for their cultures; sponsorship and realization of educational activities. Maintain, develop and make available an inventory of resource materials concerning human sexual behaviour and NFP; increase understanding, acceptance and support for the role of NFP education and services contributing to FLE development and to solution of problems relating to fertility; stimulate and assist in formation of national NFP organizations and facilitate communication among them; sponsor, conduct or promote scientific research on aspects of family life, especially by implementing and improving various approaches to NFP, their delivery and accessibility, and communicate the results of such research.


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General Assembly (every 4-5 years). Board of directors, consisting of 6 to 21 members of the Federation. Executive Director. Zonal Councils (4): Africa; Americas; Asia/Oceania; Europe.


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GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-beingGOAL 4: Quality Education



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