JFPA

AcronymDefinition
JFPAJunk Fax Prevention Act
JFPAJapan Family Planning Association (est. 1955)
JFPAJapan Fluid Power Association (Tokyo, Japan)
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It would take further pressure from the JFPA, Eldemire and ultimately, Bustamante's decision to step aside from office in February 1964 due to illness, however, before the Ministry of Health could take action on this pledge (Segal 1969, 53), officially announcing its support of family planning and creating birth control clinics at local hospitals and health centres.
The appointment of a JFPA member to the head of the Board recognised the long history of birth control advocates, from Maymie Aiken to Amy Bailey to May Farquharson and the Jacobs, who initiated and kept the family planning movement alive during the nearly 30 years of political impasse that preceded government involvement.
For Bailey's more explicitly maternal feminist approach, see "Amy Bailey, Great Family Planning Pioneer", JFPA News, December 1970, 6-7.
(121) "Amy Bailey Great Family Planning Pioneer," JFPA News, December 1970, p.6- 7.
Sending unsolicited facsimile advertisements in violation of the JFPA may expose a company to fines of up to $11,000 per fax.