Condom and Lubricant Manufacturers Survey

The Strengthening High Impact Interventions for an AIDS-free Generation (AIDSFree) Project

In 2015, several condom manufacturers joined donor agencies to form a coalition whose main goal is to provide 20 billion condoms to low and middle-income countries by 2020. Between August and October 2017, AIDSFree conducted research on barriers that prevent condom manufacturers from entering the African market. AIDSFree used a self-administered semi-structured questionnaire and in-depth interviews to collect information. This report summarizes and analyzes the survey's findings.

June 25, 2018
Year of publication
2018
Resource types
Programmatic guidance, Reports and Fact sheets
Tags
condom manufacturers, condoms, condom distribution, condom availability

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