Media advocacy is important for NGOs because they are generally eager to spur community involvement in social change or development. Rahnuma-FPAP Media Network was established in 2005 with 20 representatives from the electronic and print media and growing ever since. On regular basis Rahnuma-FPAP organizes a minimum two capacity building workshops in a year and maintains a constant contact with its members via emails. Media plays a crucial role in FPAP advocacy initiatives including by in revealing development, health and rights concerns to guide policymakers. Media support FPAP initiatives to strengthen human rights and to campaign against gender discrimination, reproductive and sexual health and rights and Life Skilled Based Education. The media have made the young people more aware of their health concerns and rights protection.
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