Korea Population, Health and Welfare Association
The Korea Population, Health and Welfare Association (KoPHWA), a leading non-profit organization founded under the Maternal and Child Health Law, has played a great role for the successful implementation of population and reproductive health program since 1961.
The vision of KoPHWA is to become a leading agency in enabling women, couples, and families to decide their family planning as well as promoting and ensuring a healthy community. Its objectives are to maintain a healthy population through the sustained implementation of reproductive health programmes, to promote family health and welfare, and to improve the quality life of general public by creating a sound and healthy family environment.
In pursuit of these objectives, KoPHWA runs a wide range of information, education, and communication (IEC) programs to raise the public awareness of population issues, and is active in young people’s education and participation. Besides, KoPHWA delivers the MCH and Family Health services particularly to women and children through 13 branch clinics; it also provides mobile OB-GYN services to increase the access to medical and health information and services of marginalized groups. In addition, the KoPHWA’s works of developing and distributing high-quality materials have consistently contributed to creating the family-friendly childbirth and childcare environment as well as promoting good sexual and reproductive health practice.
Address: 20, Beodeunaru-ro 14ga-gil, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul,
150-040, Republic of Korea