About Us



Sindh Integrated Health and Population Program (SIHPP) is a trailblazing initiative funded by the World Bank, Islamic Development Bank and the Government of Sindh. The program is committed to advancing Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child, and Adolescent Health, Nutrition, and Family Planning (RMNCAHN and FP) within diverse communities of Sindh Province. Its core mission is grounded in the understanding that promoting the well-being of women, children, and adolescents is pivotal to advancing societal progress.

The values and goals of the program are closely aligned with the vision of the Governments of Sindh. The program is launched with the belief that RMNCAHN and FP services are indispensable for nurturing healthy populations, and to ensure that these crucial aspects of healthcare are not overlooked, as neglecting them can impede broader development efforts.


We envision a population thriving with health, knowledge, and empowerment. Our aim is to empower women and families with both, the information and enabling ecosystem of facilities and health workers they need to make decisions about reproductive, maternal, neonatal, child, adolescent health, and nutrition.


Our mission is to significantly expand free, high-quality Reproductive, Maternal, Neonatal, Child, Adolescent Health, and Nutrition services in underserved communities, aiming to empower women and improve their well-being. This involves enhancing healthcare infrastructure, engaging and training health workers, fostering community partnerships, advocating for supportive policies, and delivering a comprehensive range of services without financial barriers.


Sindh Demography
Area 140,914 km²
Total Population 47,886,051
Rural 22,975,593
Urban 24,910,458
Male 24,927,046
Female 22,956,478
Transgender 2,527
Density (per Sq/Km) 339.8 persons per km²
Population Growth Rate 2.41%
Total Fertility Rate 3.6 per women
Contraceptive Prevalence Rate (CPR) 30.90%
Children 0 - 5 years 7,182,908
Children 6 - 59 months (13.5%) 6,464,617
Children age of 6-23 months (4.2%) 2,011,214
Women of Reproductive Age 15-49 (21%) 4,820,860
Adolescent & Young Grils 15-19 (1.86%) 89,668
Married Women (16%) 771,338
Pregnant Women (3.69%) 177,890




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