The IFPA believes in and upholds the rights of the client. Every client has the right to:
To learn about the benefits and availability of family planning.
To obtain services regardless of sex, creed, colour, marital status or location.
To decide freely whether to practise family planning and which method to use.
To be able to practise safe and effective family planning.
To have a private environment during counselling or services.
To be assured that any personal information will remain confidential.
To be treated with courtesy, consideration and attentiveness.
To feel comfortable when receiving services.
To receive contraceptive services and supplies for as long as needed.
To express views on the services offered.