2007 Contraceptive Marketing Statistics

Publication date: 2007

1 Courtesy of DKT International 1701 K Street, NW Suite 900 Washington, DC 20006 August 2008 www.dktinternational.org 2007 CONTRACEPTIVE SOCIAL MARKETING STATISTICS 2 * 1 CYP equals 100 Condoms; 14 Pill cycles; 4 Injections (3 mos) or 12 (1 mo); 20 Female Condoms; .015 MVA; .2 Implants; .25 IUDs; 9 EC SOCIAL MARKETING STATISTICS 2007 Highlights 2007 2006 2005 CYPs 40.2 million 39.8 million 36.7 million Sales – 2007 Condoms . 1,939,395,714 Injectables . 23,804,799 Free Condoms . 73,560,300 Implants . 19,328 Female Condoms . 4,689,696 MVA . 5,254 Pills . 151,512,506 Emergency Contraception (EC) . 4,651,776 IUDs . 748,752 Social Marketing Program Sales Statistics listed for all programs with 10,000 or more CYPs. % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2007 PRODUCT SALES CYP* FROM 2006 1. AFGHANISTAN MSI support Source: MSI Started by Marie Stopes International Condoms 1,213,599 12,136 (MSI) in 2003. Pills 73,345 5,239 IUDs 13,001 52,004 Injectables 19,109 4,777 TOTAL 74,156 NA 2. ALBANIA KfW support Source: MSI Started by Marie Stopes International Condoms 2,258,999 22,590 (MSI) in 1997. Pills 56,249 4,018 IUDs 170 680 Injectables 8,316 2,079 EC 57,657 6,406 TOTAL 35,773 180% 3. ANGOLA USAID, DFID, and private funding Source: PSI Started by Population Services International Condoms 4,886,280 48,863 (PSI) in 2000. Female Condoms 333,000 16,650 TOTAL 65,513 -36% 4. BANGLADESH USAID and EC funding Source: USAID Started by PSI in 1975; now managed by Condoms 83,905,648 839,056 Social Marketing Company (formerly SMP). Pills 40,814,474 2,915,320 Injectables 1,025,110 256,278 TOTAL 4,010,654 3% 5. BENIN USAID and KfW support Source: PSI Started by DKT International (DKT) and PSI Condoms 8,795,300 87,953 in 1989. Pills 168,346 12,025 Injectables 31,822 7,956 TOTAL 107,934 -1% 6. BOTSWANA Government of Botswana Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1993. USAID (AIDSMark), DFID, and ACHAP, Condoms 5,667,599 56,676 Dutch government, and private support TOTAL 56,676 36% 7. BRAZIL Self-sustaining project Source: DKT Started by DKT in 1991; Condoms 91,470,096 914,701 managed by DKT do Brasil. Female Condoms 177,302 8,865 TOTAL 923,566 20% 8. BURKINA FASO KfW and USAID support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1991. Condoms 19,293,648 192,936 Female Condoms 34,820 1,741 Pills 24,238 1,731 TOTAL 196,408 -12% 3 * 1 CYP equals 100 Condoms; 14 Pill cycles; 4 Injections (3 mos) or 12 (1 mo); 20 Female Condoms; .015 MVA; .2 Implants; .25 IUDs; 9 EC 9. BURMA (Myanmar) Private, DFID, and UNICEF support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1996. Condoms 27,144,045 271,440 Female Condoms 150,721 7,536 Pills 774,103 55,293 IUDs 1,367 5,468 Injectables (3) 647,087 161,772 Injectables (1) 143,625 11,969 EC 5,918 658 TOTAL 514,136 -1% 9.1 BURMA II (Myanmar) MSI support Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2004. Pills 240,890 17,206 Injectables 74,560 18,640 EC 4,262 474 TOTAL 36,320 17% 10. CAMBODIA USAID, DFID, KfW, UNFPA Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1994. government support Condoms 25,815,850 258,159 Female Condoms 5,924 296 Pills 2,513,003 179,500 IUDs 677 2,708 Injectables 319,061 79,765 TOTAL 520,428 17% 11. CAMEROON USAID and KfW funding Source: PSI Started by PSI and DKT in 1989. Condoms 26,442,233 264,422 Female Condoms 20,755 1,038 Pills 447,325 31,952 Injectables 14,780 3,695 TOTAL 301,107 17% 12. CENTRAL AMERICA REGIONAL USAID support Source: PSI (Belize, El Salvador) Cooperating agency: PSI Condoms 2,947,512 29,475 Female Condoms 19,000 950 TOTAL 30,425 11% 13. CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC UNFPA, KfW, World Bank, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1991. and private support Condoms 4,045,068 40,451 TOTAL 40,451 -23% 14. CHAD KfW support Source: GFA Consulting Group Started by PSI in 1996; Condoms 3,014,701 30,147 now managed by AMASOT Female Condoms 8,372 419 Pills 2,181 156 Injectables 1,390 348 TOTAL 31,070 -14% 15. CHINA Private support Source: DKT Started by DKT in 1996. Condoms 38,565,317 385,653 EC 39,834 4,426 TOTAL 390,079 12% 15.1 CHINA II DFID support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 2004. Condoms 1,636,073 16,361 Female Condoms 1,497 374 TOTAL 16,735 NA 16. COLOMBIA Self-sustaining project Source: PROFAMILIA PROFAMILIA project; started in 1975 with Condoms 5,247,010 52,470 International Planned Parenthood Pills 735,948 52,568 Federation support. IUDs 119,709 478,836 Injectables 1,023,231 255,808 EC 487,127 54,125 TOTAL 893,807 -8% 17. CONGO (Brazzaville) Dutch Core and USAID support Source: PSI Started by Projet de Marketing Social in 1992. Condoms 5,287,800 52,878 TOTAL 52,878 -14% % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2007 PRODUCT SALES CYP* FROM 2006 4 * 1 CYP equals 100 Condoms; 14 Pill cycles; 4 Injections (3 mos) or 12 (1 mo); 20 Female Condoms; .015 MVA; .2 Implants; .25 IUDs; 9 EC 18. CONGO (DRC/Kinshasa) UNDP, Georgetown University (GU) Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1988. and private support Condoms 21,828,420 218,284 Female Condoms 132,517 6,626 Pills 483,458 34,533 IUDs 1,998 7,992 Injectables 104,967 26,242 TOTAL 293,677 -22% 19. COSTA RICA DFID, USAID, and YouthAids (PSI) Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1998. Condoms 1,256,704 12,567 Female Condoms 1,787 89 TOTAL 12,656 NA 20. DOMINICAN REPUBLIC KfW, USAID, and private support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 2003. Condoms 14,705,756 147,058 TOTAL 147,058 -7% 21. EGYPT Private support Source: DKT Started by DKT in 2004. Condoms 99,368 994 Condoms (Free Distrib.) 576,000 2,880 Injectables 1,968,200 492,050 IUDs 49,814 199,252 EC 16,345 1,816 TOTAL 696,992 435% 22. EL SALVADOR USAID support Source: ADS Implemented in 1976 by Development Condoms 878,836 8,788 Associates and transferred to the Pills 600,171 42,869 Salvadoran Demographic Association (ADS) TOTAL 51,657 -53% 23. ETHIOPIA Dutch government, Irish government, Source: DKT Implemented by DKT in 1990. DFID, Packard, and USAID, and Condoms 61,875,488 618,755 government support Pills 2,176,111 155,437 IUDs 3,900 15,600 Injectables 1,973,558 493,390 Implant 11,500 40,250 MVA 2,120 142,040 EC 12,432 1,381 TOTAL 1,466,853 -40% 24. GHANA NO REPORT THIS YEAR. Implemented in 1986 by DANAFCO and Figures rounded from 2006 Condoms 31,000,000 300,000 SOMARC; now managed by Ghana Social Female Condoms 170,000 8,500 Marketing Foundation (GSMF). TOTAL 308,500 NA 25. GUATEMALA USAID support Source: APROFAM Asocicion Pro-Bienestar de la Familia Condoms 656,785 6,568 de Guatemala (APROFAM); started by Pills 592,605 42,329 Juarez and Associates in 1983. IUDs 3,600 14,400 Injectables (3) 117,607 29,402 Injectables (2) 129,086 21,514 TOTAL 114,213 -6% 25.1 GUATEMALA II Abt Associates, KfW, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1998. and private support Condoms 7,456,527 74,565 Female Condoms 6,460 323 TOTAL 74,888 17% 26. GUINEA USAID and KfW co-funded Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1990. Condoms 7,636,722 76,367 Pills 308,917 22,066 Injectables 98,569 24,642 TOTAL 123,075 -15% 27. HAITI USAID, UNFPA, Sogebank Foundation, Source: PSI Started by DKT and PSI in 1990. KfW, MSH, and World Bank support Condoms 4,795,306 47,953 Female Condoms 113,091 5,655 Pills 226,315 16,165 Injectables 143,832 35,958 TOTAL 105,731 0% % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2007 PRODUCT SALES CYP* FROM 2006 5 * 1 CYP equals 100 Condoms; 14 Pill cycles; 4 Injections (3 mos) or 12 (1 mo); 20 Female Condoms; .015 MVA; .2 Implants; .25 IUDs; 9 EC 28. HONDURAS KfW and USAID support Source: ASHONPLAFA Honduras Social Marketing Program; Condoms 897,198 8,972 managed by the FPA ASHONPLAFA. Pills 284,354 20,311 TOTAL 29,283 2% 28.1 HONDURAS II USAID, Summit Foundation, and Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1998. private support Condoms 2,642,569 26,426 Female Condoms 375 19 TOTAL 26,445 12% 29. INDIA I Government of India (GOI) Project Source: GOI Nirodh and Mala-D (figures are for fiscal year ended Condoms (Nirodh) 248,160,000 2,481,600 (Does not include any brands listed 3/31/07) Pills (Mala-D) 26,243,000 1,874,500 for India II – VI.) TOTAL 4,356,100 -16% 29.1 INDIA II GOI, KfW, DFID, and USAID support Source: PSI Masti and Pearl (calendar year data, 2007) Condoms 135,489,152 1,354,892 PSI/India, 1988. (India I totals include Female Condoms 4,815 241 23.7 million Nirodh condoms and 2.96 million Pills 3,308,230 236,302 Mala-D pills sold by PSI/India.) Injectables 26,400 6,600 EC 100,225 11,136 TOTAL 1,609,171 1% 29.2 INDIA III (Sawan, Bliss, Milan, and Ecroz) (fiscal year ending 3/31/07) Source: GOI Parivar Seva Sanstha, 1988. Condoms (3 brands) 39,700,000 397,000 Pills (Ecroz) 2,897,000 206,929 TOTAL 603,929 -19% 29.3 INDIA IV (Zaroor, Choice, XXX) USAID, GOI, and DFID support Source: DKT DKT/India (Mumbai); 1992. (calendar year data, 2007) Condoms 97,698,386 976,984 Pills 10,639,382 759,956 IUDs 133,770 535,080 Injectables (3) 136,926 34,232 Injectables (2) 16,000 2,667 ` TOTAL 2,308,919 19% 29.4 INDIA V (Apsara, Mithun, Plan X) Packard and GOI support Source: DKT Bihar-based project, managed by Janani; (calendar year data, 2007) Condoms 47,073,847 470,738 1996. (India I total includes Pills 2,646,806 189,058 5.0 million Nirodh condoms and EC 46,968 5,219 4.8 million Mala-D pills sold by Janani.) TOTAL 665,015 7% 29.5 INDIA VI (Ahsas, Thril, Flavoured) MSI support Source: MSI Started by MSI/PHS (Population Health (calendar year data, 2007) Condoms 56,153,016 561,530 Services) in 1999. Managed by PHS. Pills 986,760 70,483 (India I totals include 4.5 million Mala-D pills IUDs 10,433 41,732 and 15.4 million Nirodh sold by PHS.) Injectables 30,505 7,627 EC 3,518 391 TOTAL 681,763 31% 30. INDONESIA KfW, GOI, UNDP, and private Source: DKT Started by DKT in 1996; support Condoms 78,248,764 782,488 managed by DKT. Female Condoms 85,320 4,266 Pills 9,549,991 682,142 IUDs 17,322 69,288 Injectables (3) 8,889,153 2,222,288 Injectables (1) 1,704,162 142,014 Implant 7,624 26,680 MVA 1,260 84,420 EC 9,736 1,082 TOTAL 4,014,668 21% 31. KAZAKHSTAN USAID support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 2002. Condoms 2,080,702 20,807 TOTAL 20,807 16% % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2007 PRODUCT SALES CYP* FROM 2006 6 * 1 CYP equals 100 Condoms; 14 Pill cycles; 4 Injections (3 mos) or 12 (1 mo); 20 Female Condoms; .015 MVA; .2 Implants; .25 IUDs; 9 EC 32. KENYA DFID support Source: PSI Started by DKT and PSI in 1989. Condoms 29,806,572 298,066 Pills 1,617,735 115,553 Injectables 398,952 99,738 TOTAL 513,357 29% 32.1 KENYA II MSI support Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2004. Condoms 2,171,068 21,711 EC 21,491 2,388 TOTAL 24,099 38% 33. LAOS USAID (AIDSmark), Global Fund, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1999. Ministry of Health and UN support Condoms 5,981,568 59,816 TOTAL 59,816 -36% 34. LESOTHO SADC, USAID, and Dutch support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 2001. Condoms 3,197,203 31,972 Female Condoms 71,300 3,565 TOTAL 35,537 -7% 35. MADAGASCAR USAID (AIDSMark) Source: PSI Started by SOMARC in 1996, now PSI. Condoms 11,280,628 112,806 Pills 1,907,849 136,275 IUDs 1,945 7,780 Injectables 721,897 180,474 Implants 204 1,020 TOTAL 438,355 3% 36. MALAWI USAID and KfW support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1994. Condoms 9,070,173 90,702 TOTAL 90,702 0% 36.1 MALAWI II MSI support Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2004. Condoms 1,603,540 16,035 TOTAL 16,035 -23% 37. MALAYSIA Project self-sustaining Source: DKT Started by DKT in 1991; Condoms 5,264,640 52,646 managed by PHI consultants. TOTAL 52,646 -20% 38. MALI KfW, USAID, and private support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 2000. Condoms 10,000,288 100,003 Female Condoms 30,165 1,508 Pills 717,952 51,282 Injectables 308,434 77,109 TOTAL 229,902 27% 39. MEXICO Private support Source: DKT Started by DKT in 2002. Condoms 8,833,453 88,335 Female Condoms 73,287 3,664 Pills 104 7 Injectables (3) 70,154 17,539 Injectables (1) 366 31 EC 3,901 433 TOTAL 110,009 -67% 40. MONGOLIA UNFPA and MSI support Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2000. Condoms 2,811,850 28,119 Female Condoms 14,015 701 Pills 148,049 10,575 TOTAL 39,395 18% 41. MOZAMBIQUE DFID and GTZ support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1995. Condoms 22,051,503 220,515 Female Condoms 73,073 3,654 TOTAL 224,169 1% % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2007 PRODUCT SALES CYP* FROM 2006 7 * 1 CYP equals 100 Condoms; 14 Pill cycles; 4 Injections (3 mos) or 12 (1 mo); 20 Female Condoms; .015 MVA; .2 Implants; .25 IUDs; 9 EC 42. NAMIBIA KfW and GFATM support Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2000. Condoms 1,690,632 16,906 Female Condoms 185,853 9,293 TOTAL 26,199 -45% 43. NEPAL (USAID) AIDSMark support Source: CRS/PSI Nepal Contraceptive Retails Sales Corp. NO REPORT THIS YEAR. Condoms 7,400,000 74,000 (CRS); started by Westinghouse Health Figures are rounded from 2006. Pills 480,000 35,000 Systems in 1976; program now private IUDs 3,300 13,000 company. Injectables 127,000 32,000 Norplant 1,200 6,000 TOTAL 160,000 NA 43.1 NEPAL II Project self-funding Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2002. Condoms 2,219,400 22,194 Pills 99,863 7,133 TOTAL 29,327 9% 44. NICARAGUA USAID support Source: PROFAMILIA Started by PROFAMILIA in 1999. Condoms 192,134 1,921 Pills 187,566 13,398 IUDs 1,959 7,836 Injectables 37,980 9,495 TOTAL 32,650 -39% 44.1 NICARAGUA II Abt Associates, USAID Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1998. and Dutch government support Condoms 5,417,279 54,173 Female Condoms 4,406 220 Pills 16,336 1,167 Injectables 4,655 388 TOTAL 55,948 23% 45. NIGER KfW support Source: GFA Consulting Group Started by GFA Medica together with Condoms 3,924,125 39,241 Futures Group in 2004. TOTAL 39,241 10% 46. NIGERIA DFID, USAID, and private support Source: PSI Started by PSI and DKT in 1988-90. Cooperating agency: PSI/SFH Condoms 176,200,492 1,762,005 Now managed by Society for Family Health Pills 5,287,978 377,713 with technical assistance from PSI IUDs 53,783 215,132 Injectables (3) 1,057,913 264,478 Injectables (2) 952,623 158,771 Injectables (1) 2,531 211 EC 800,752 88,972 TOTAL 2,867,282 14% 47. PAKISTAN KfW, USAID, and private support Source: PSI Started by PSI Marketing Cooperating agency: PSI and Condoms 35,390,485 353,905 Associates in 1986. Greenstar Social Marketing Pills 1,404,556 100,325 IUDs 224,357 897,428 Injectables (3) 138,832 34,708 Injectables (2) 288,116 48,019 Injectables (1) 79,188 6,599 EC 379,451 42,161 TOTAL 1,483,145 -32% 47.1 PAKISTAN II Funded by MSI Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2003. Condoms 3,109,515 31,095 TOTAL 31,095 22% 47.2 PAKISTAN III The Key Social Marketing Project Started by Key Social Marketing (KSM) ceased operations in 2006. and SOMARC in 1997. 48. PANAMA USAID and private support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1996. Condoms 2,248,076 22,481 TOTAL 22,481 74% % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2007 PRODUCT SALES CYP* FROM 2006 8 * 1 CYP equals 100 Condoms; 14 Pill cycles; 4 Injections (3 mos) or 12 (1 mo); 20 Female Condoms; .015 MVA; .2 Implants; .25 IUDs; 9 EC 49. PARAGUAY Bergstrom Foundation and Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1996. Packard Foundation Condoms 2,548,106 25,480 Pills 312,351 22,311 EC 111,495 12,388 TOTAL 60,179 40% 50. PERU NO REPORT THIS YEAR Apoyo a Programas de Poblacion; Figures are rounded from 2006 Condoms 10,000,000 100,000 Program started by SOMARC and APROPO in 1984 . TOTAL 100,000 NA 50.1 PERU II Support maintained through Source: PROSALUD Started by APPRENDE in 2002. commercial activities of FARMAGE Pills 68,872 4,919 EC 457,208 50,801 TOTAL 55,720 30% 51. PHILIPPINES KfW support Source: DKT Implemented by DKT in 1990; Condoms 37,102,191 371,022 managed by DKT. Pills 20,741,608 1,481,543 Injectables 758,089 189,522 TOTAL 2,042,087 21% 52. ROMANIA USAID, UNICEF, and Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1998. Dutch government/Matra support Condoms 8,416,055 84,161 TOTAL 84,161 -27% 53. RWANDA KfW, USAID (AIDSMark), Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1993. and private support Condoms 7,081,232 70,812 Pills 27,906 1,993 Injectables 4,231 1,058 TOTAL 73,863 -27% 54. SENEGAL USAID support Source: USAID Started by SOMARC in 1996. Condoms 4,512,357 45,124 Pills 150,263 10,733 TOTAL 55,857 -3% 55. SOUTH AFRICA DFID, USAID, Dutch government, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1992. Dutch Core Funds, and private support Condoms 31,619,462 316,195 Condoms free distrib. 72,984,300 364,920 Female Condoms 103,992 5,200 TOTAL 686,315 23% 56. SRI LANKA IPPF Support Source: FPASL Started by PSI and IPPF in 1973; Condoms 6,891,667 68,917 now managed by Family Planning Pills 1,550,979 110,784 Association of Sri Lanka. IUDs 2,056 8,224 Injectables 72,571 18,143 EC 777,291 86,366 TOTAL 292,434 15% 56.1 SRI LANKA II Managed by MSI Sri Lanka Source: MSI Sri Lanka Started by MSI in 1993. Condoms 6,064,026 60,640 Pills 36,779 2,627 TOTAL 63,267 -1% 57. SUDAN Private support Source: DKT Started by DKT in 2004. Condoms 4,089,600 40,896 Pills 266,406 19,029 IUDs 70,600 282,400 Injectables 39,232 9,808 MVA 1,874 125,558 TOTAL 477,691 389% 58. SWAZILAND USAID (AIDSMark) and Source: PSI Started by PSI in 2001. Dutch government support Condoms 1,517,176 15,172 Female Condoms 3,621 181 TOTAL 15,353 -9% % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2007 PRODUCT SALES CYP* FROM 2006 9 * 1 CYP equals 100 Condoms; 14 Pill cycles; 4 Injections (3 mos) or 12 (1 mo); 20 Female Condoms; .015 MVA; .2 Implants; .25 IUDs; 9 EC 59. TANZANIA USAID, Global Fund, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1993. KfW, and Dutch Government support Condoms 64,625,472 646,255 Cooperating agency: PSI Female Condoms 250,889 12,544 TOTAL 658,799 14% 59.1 TANZANIA II MSI support Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2004. Condoms 2,272,136 22,721 TOTAL 22,721 5% 60. TOGO USAID and Global Fund Source: PSI Started by SOMARC in 1992, Condoms 9,164,101 91,641 transferred to PSI in 1998. Female Condoms 37,635 1,882 Pills 74,920 5,351 Injectables 9,162 2,291 TOTAL 101,165 4% 61. UGANDA CDC and private support Source: PSI Started by SOMARC in 1991; Cooperating Agency: PSI Condoms 6,069,120 60,691 transferred to CMS in 1998; transferred to AIDSMark in 2003. TOTAL 60,691 -9% 61.1 UGANDA II KfW support Source: MSI Uganda Started by MSI in 1997; Condoms 15,786,120 157,861 managed by MSI. TOTAL 157,861 -13% 62. URUGUAY IPPF support Source: AUPF Started by AUPF Condoms 59,118 591 (Associacion Uruguaya de Pills 89,861 6,419 Planificacion Familiar) around 1968. IUDs 5,667 22,668 TOTAL 29,678 -18% 63. VENEZUELA Support from commerical sector Source: Prosalud Started by PROSALUD in 1992. and local embassies Condoms 577,477 5,775 Pills 442,872 31,634 IUDs 1,479 5,916 EC 1,258,081 139,787 TOTAL 183,112 24% 64. VIET NAM DFID, KfW, USAID, and Source: DKT Implemented by DKT in 1993. World Bank support Condoms 76,562,640 765,626 Female Condoms 5,000 250 Pills 4,183,825 298,845 TOTAL 1,064,721 24% 65. YEMEN KfW support Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2001. Condoms 2,229,968 22,300 Pills 342,526 24,466 IUDs 31,115 124,460 Injectables 147,804 36,951 TOTAL 208,177 80% 66. ZAMBIA USAID, DFID, KfW, UNFPA, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1992. and foundation support Condoms 15,277,662 152,777 Female Condoms 355,704 17,785 Pills 1,334,784 95,342 TOTAL 265,904 21% 67. ZIMBABWE USAID, DFID, and Packard Source: PSI Started by SOMARC in 1988; Partnership Funds Condoms 59,095,080 590,951 transferred to PSI in 1996. Female Condoms 2,215,300 110,765 Pills 533,340 38,096 Injectables 65,013 16,253 EC 58,084 6,454 TOTAL 762,519 25% GRAND TOTAL 40,165,906 % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2007 PRODUCT SALES CYP* FROM 2006 10 4,010,654 923,566 514,136 520,428 893,807 696,992 1,466,853 4,356,100 1,609,171 603,929 2,308,919 665,015 720,187 4,014,668 513,357 438,355 2,867,282 1,483,145 2,042,087 686,315 477,691 658,799 1,064,721 762,519 Bangladesh Brazil Burma (Myanmar) Cambodia Colombia Egypt Ethiopia India I India II India III India IV India V India VI Indonesia Kenya Madagascar Nigeria Pakistan Philippines South Africa Sudan Tanzania Viet Nam Zimbabwe CYPs as Percentage of Target Market* (For programs over 6.0%) 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% *Target market calculated as 80% of women in union. Comparison of Program CYPs (For programs over 400,000 CYPs) 0 500,000 1,000,000 1,500,000 2,000,000 2,500,000 3,000,000 3,500,000 4,000,000 4,500,000 India Combined 10,263,321 Bangladesh Benin Botswana Burkina Faso Cameroon Colombia Congo (Brazzaville) Dominican Republic Ethiopia Ghana Guatemala (2 Programs) Guinea Haiti Indonesia Kenya (2 Programs) Lesotho Madagascar Mozambique Namibia Nigeria Philippines South Africa Sri Lanka (2 Programs) Swaziland Tanzania (2 Programs) Togo Zambia Zimbabwe 11.9% 6.9% 19.8% 6.8% 8.7% 8.9% 7.7% 7.6% 10.4% 6.6% 6.0% 6.3% 6.2% 7.2% 7.5% 9.2% 11.3% 6.3% 7.0% 9.7% 10.2% 7.8% 7.7% 6.8% 8.6% 8.0% 12.5% 29.9%

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