Nepal CRS Company, the only not-for-profit company in Nepal has largely contributed to Family Planning (FP) industry since its inception year, 1978. The company has successfully established itself as a key driver in growth of private sector family planning industry with funding support from USAID and contributing 25% to overall national FP achievements on reversible methods excluding sterilization. Till now, the company has reached all the 77 districts with FP, and life-saving product “Nava Jeevan”, an oral rehydration shot. The first social marketing approach has brought recognition to the company both inside and outside Nepal. Ghar Ghar Maa Swasthya (GGMS), or health homes project initiated in 2010 expanded the depth, reach, and impact of private sector in social marketing and provide affordable, high-quality maternal and child health, family planning, and HIV prevention products and services. Similarly other projects like Remote Area initiative (RAI) and Improvement of Maternal and Child Care in Remote Area (IMCCR) successfully created demand for FP/MCH products and services and modern methods of contraception among marginalized and vulnerable groups, and to bring positive changes in the schoolgirls and women’s knowledge, attitude and practice relating to menstrual health and hygiene management in the project districts. It also improved the supply side by providing the sanitary napkins at no/low cost in the program areas. Amidst COVID-19, CRS implemented one new project (MOMENTUM Private Healthcare Delivery Project-MPHD) in 2021 to support private health facilities deliver quality service to adolescent clients. And similarly, the newest addition, Adolescent Reproductive Health (ARH) targeted adolescents, and community by providing relevant FP/RH information and behavior change support, addressing current social norms for adoption of healthy reproductive health behaviors, improving availability and accessibility of quality FP/RH services for adolescents by identifying and addressing key gaps in current services and in systems that determine effective access and utilization of adolescent-friendly services and products. From time to time, CRS coordinated with government and local stakeholders from respective project areas to hold events, and related activities for community awareness and information sharing.