National Sexual and Reproductive Health Information Programe

FPA is delivering a three-year programme of sexual health and reproductive health information across England, on behalf of PHE.

Our objectives

  • Increase awareness and understanding of the full range of contraceptive options, including long-acting reversible contraception (LARC).
  • Promote accurate impartial information on pregnancy choices.
  • Promote pregnancy planning to give both mother and baby the best start in life.
  • Promote self-esteem and improved sexual health wellbeing to contribute towards an open and honest culture.
  • Increase understanding and awareness of sexually transmitted infections.
  • Promote safer sex messages with an emphasis on consistent condom use.
  • Increase awareness of services and support (local and national services).

What resources are available now

The programme is focused on digital resources aimed at both the public and health professionals.

We currently offer:

All our information is accredited by the Information Standard.

We can no longer provide printed information booklets for free in England but all our booklets are still available to buy.

How we can work with you

If you work directly with patients please do register so that you have full access to all our resources and updates and also get the opportunity to provide us with feedback about what you need.

If you're a commissioner or work in a public health team we would love to talk to you directly about your area and how we can help. Contact us at

Our future plans

We're currently busy creating a new information website for the programme. We've carried out research with the public and professionals about what you want from this website and are hoping to launch later in summer 2017.

Over 2017-18 we'll be:

  • producing more toolkits and webinars for professionals
  • producing a programme of information videos
  • reviewing how we can further support local providers and reach new public audiences
  • reviewing how we can ensure digitally excluded and hard to reach people have access to high quality information
  • strengthening and expanding our communication networks and giving information, support and promotion to local and national services and initiatives.