2008 Contraceptive Marketing Statistics

Publication date: 2008

1 Courtesy of DKT International 1701 K Street, NW Suite 900 Washington, DC 20006 September 2009 www.dktinternational.org 2008 CONTRACEPTIVE SOCIAL MARKETING STATISTICS 2 * 1 CYP equals 100 Condoms; 14 Pill cycles; 4 Injections (3 mos) or 12 (1 mo); 20 Female Condoms; 9 EC; .33 Implants; .25 IUDs; .125 Cannula SOCIAL MARKETING STATISTICS 2008 Highlights 2008 2007 2006 CYPs 45.0 million 40.2 million 39.8 million Sales – 2008 Condoms . 2,077,621,039 IUDs . 1,187,336 Free Condoms . 89,535,288 Injectables . 22,733,894 Female Condoms . 6,566,235 Implants . 44,299 Pills .166,410,111 Emergency Contraception (EC) . 6,440,208 Social Marketing Program Sales Statistics listed for all programs with 10,000 or more CYPs. % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2008 PRODUCT SALES CYP* FROM 2007 1. AFGHANISTAN MSI support Source: MSI Started by Marie Stopes International Condoms 1,789,905 17,899 (MSI) in 2003. Pills 74,082 5,292 IUDs 29,870 119,480 Injectables 30,375 7,594 TOTAL 150,265 103% 2. ALBANIA KfW support Source: MSI Started by Marie Stopes International Condoms 1,249,050 12,491 (MSI) in 1997. Pills 17,100 1,221 Injectables 4,301 1,075 EC 52,775 5,864 TOTAL 20,651 -42% 3. ANGOLA USAID, DFID and private funding Source: PSI Started by PSI in 2000. Condoms 12,022,128 120,221 Free Condoms 1,386,000 6,930 TOTAL 127,151 94% 4. BANGLADESH USAID and EC funding Source: USAID Started by PSI in 1975; now managed by Condoms 114,325,736 1,143,257 Social Marketing Company (formerly SMP). Pills 46,773,920 3,340,994 Injectables 907,365 226,841 TOTAL 4,711,092 17% 5. BENIN USAID and KfW support Source: PSI Started by DKT International (DKT) and PSI Condoms 9,832,984 98,330 in 1989. Female Condoms 2,445 122 Pills 205,880 14,706 Injectables 35,578 8,895 TOTAL 122,053 13% 6. BOTSWANA Government of Botswana, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1993. USAID (AIDSMark), Condoms 6,832,178 68,322 Dutch government support Female Condoms 26 1 TOTAL 68,323 21% 7. BRAZIL Self-sustaining project Source: DKT Started by DKT in 1991; Condoms 91,610,551 916,106 managed by DKT do Brasil. Female Condoms 303,656 15,183 TOTAL 931,289 1% 8. BURKINA FASO KfW support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1991. Condoms 22,415,712 224,157 Female Condoms 7,700 385 TOTAL 224,542 14% 3 * 1 CYP equals 100 Condoms; 14 Pill cycles; 4 Injections (3 mos) or 12 (1 mo); 20 Female Condoms; 9 EC; .33 Implants; .25 IUDs; .125 Cannula 9. BURMA (Myanmar) Private, DFID, and UNICEF support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1996. Condoms 23,576,464 235,765 Free Condoms 184,444 922 Female Condoms 167,597 8,380 Pills 401,458 28,676 IUDs 13,842 55,368 Injectables (3) 665,298 166,325 Injectables (1) 61,373 5,114 EC 10,065 1,118 TOTAL 501,668 -2% 9.1 BURMA II (Myanmar) MSI support Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2004. Pills 428,237 30,588 IUDs 16,233 64,932 Injectables 87,803 21,951 EC 9,785 1,087 TOTAL 118,558 226% 10. CAMBODIA USAID, DFID, KfW, UNFPA, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1994. government support Condoms 27,241,051 272,411 Female Condoms 280 14 Pills 3,018,270 215,591 IUDs 5,779 23,116 Injectables 256,909 64,227 Implants 9,212 27,636 TOTAL 602,995 39% 11. CAMEROON DOD, KfW, Plan, Care, Dutch Fund, Source: PSI Started by PSI and DKT in 1989. MTN, Art Venture and CIDA Condoms 29,028,945 290,289 support Female Condoms 149,663 7,483 Pills 69,730 4,981 Injectables 6,740 1,685 TOTAL 304,438 1% 12. CENTRAL AMERICA REGION UNFPA, KfW, World Bank, UNICEF, Source: PSI (Belize, El Salvador) and private support Condoms 2,663,906 26,639 Female Condoms 14,000 700 Free Female Condoms 2,848 71 IUDs 35 140 Implants 75 225 TOTAL 27,775 1% 13. CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC UNFPA, KfW, World Bank Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1991. and private support Condoms 8,849,160 88,492 Female Condoms 85,791 4,290 TOTAL 92,782 129% 14. CHAD KfW support Source: GFA Consulting Group Started by PSI in 1996; Condoms 3,721,848 37,218 now managed by AMASOT. Female Condoms 3,368 168 TOTAL 37,386 20% 15. CHINA Private support Source: DKT Started by DKT in 1996. Condoms 39,435,205 394,352 EC 64,112 7,124 TOTAL 401,476 3% 15.1 CHINA II USAID support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 2004. Condoms 1,814,524 18,145 Female Condoms 2,041 102 TOTAL 18,247 9% 16. COLOMBIA Self-sustaining project Source: PROFAMILIA PROFAMILIA project; started in 1975 with Condoms 6,245,433 62,454 International Planned Parenthood Pills 636,362 45,454 Federation support. IUDs 87,965 351,860 Injectables 1,325,414 331,354 EC 576,196 64,022 TOTAL 855,144 -4% 17. CONGO (Brazzaville) Dutch Core and USAID support Source: PSI Started by Projet de Marketing Social in 1992. Condoms 1,729,620 17,296 TOTAL 17,296 -67% % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2008 PRODUCT SALES CYP* FROM 2007 4 * 1 CYP equals 100 Condoms; 14 Pill cycles; 4 Injections (3 mos) or 12 (1 mo); 20 Female Condoms; 9 EC; .33 Implants; .25 IUDs; .125 Cannula 18. CONGO (DRC/Kinshasa) UNDP, Georgetown University (GU), Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1988. DOD, UNICEF, Proctor & Gamble, Condoms 21,292,502 212,925 World Bank, USAID, and CIDA support Female Condoms 512,995 25,650 Pills 561,497 40,107 IUDs 1,879 7,516 Injectables 101,377 25,344 TOTAL 311,542 6% 19. COSTA RICA USAID support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1998. Condoms 977,462 9,775 Female Condoms 6,044 302 TOTAL 10,077 -20% 20. DOMINICAN REPUBLIC KfW, USAID and private support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 2003. Condoms 11,013,408 110,134 TOTAL 110,134 -25% 21. ECUADOR USAID support Source: CEMOPLAF Established by SOMARC in 1986; Condoms 496,000 4,960 managed by CEMOPLAF. IUDs 22,837 91,348 Implants 2,500 40,250 TOTAL 136,558 NA 22. EGYPT Private support Source: DKT Started by DKT in 2004. Condoms 885,105 8,851 IUDs 195,559 782,236 EC 71,649 7,961 TOTAL 799,048 15% 23. EL SALVADOR Abt Associates, KfW, and USAID Source: ADS Implemented in 1976 by Development support Condoms 847,718 8,477 Associates and transferred to the Pills 898,842 64,203 Salvadoran Demographic Association (ADS) TOTAL 72,680 41% 24. ETHIOPIA Dutch government, Irish, DFID, Source: DKT Implemented by DKT in 1990. Packard, and USAID support Condoms 55,095,085 550,951 Female Condoms 28,104 1,401 Pills 3,915,652 279,689 IUDs 5,258 21,032 Injectables 1,743,739 435,935 Implants 22,230 38,903 EC 212,674 23,630 MVA Cannulae 9,995 79,960 Medabon 27,100 46,070 TOTAL 1,477,571 1% 25. GHANA No report since 2006. Started in 1986 by DANAFCO and SOMARC. Program presumed defunct. 26. GUATEMALA USAID support Source:APROFAM Asocicion Pro-Bienestar de la Familia Condoms 801,163 8,012 de Guatemala (APROFAM); started by Pills 565,358 40,383 Juarez and Associates in 1983. IUDs 3,767 15,068 Injectables 223,777 55,944 EC 24 3 TOTAL 119,410 5% 26.1 GUATEMALA II Abt Associates, KfW, USAID, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1998. and private support Condoms 7,260,227 72,602 Female Condoms 6,887 344 IUDs 22 88 Implants 43 129 TOTAL 73,163 -2% 27. GUINEA USAID and KfW co-funded Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1990. Condoms 11,744,766 117,448 Pills 513,320 36,666 Injectables 145,783 36,446 TOTAL 190,560 55% 28. HAITI USAID, UNFPA, Sogebank Foundation, Source: PSI Started by DKT and PSI in 1990. MSH, and World Bank support Condoms 4,693,514 46,935 Female Condoms 139,611 6,981 Pills 287,265 20,519 Injectables 266,910 66,728 TOTAL 141,163 34% % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2008 PRODUCT SALES CYP* FROM 2007 5 * 1 CYP equals 100 Condoms; 14 Pill cycles; 4 Injections (3 mos) or 12 (1 mo); 20 Female Condoms; 9 EC; .33 Implants; .25 IUDs; .125 Cannula 29. HONDURAS KfW and USAID support Source: ASHONPLAFA Honduras Social Marketing Program; Condoms 1,150,025 11,500 managed by the FPA ASHONPLAFA. Pills 1,106,986 79,070 IUDs 7,359 29,436 Injectables 136,424 34,106 EC 12,490 1,388 TOTAL 155,500 431% 29.1 HONDURAS II KfW, Abt Associates, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1998. Summit Foundation and Condoms 2,961,426 29,614 private support Female Condoms 1,372 69 TOTAL 29,683 12% 30. INDIA I Government of India (GOI) Project Source: GOI Nirodh and Mala-D (figures are for fiscal year ended Condoms (Nirodh) 235,750,000 2,357,500 (Does not include any brands listed 3/31/09) Pills (Mala-D) 22,630,000 1,616,429 for India II – VI.) TOTAL 3,973,929 -9% 30.1 INDIA II GOI, KfW, DFID, and USAID support Source: PSI Masti and Pearl (calendar year data, 2008) Condoms 142,064,636 1,420,646 PSI/India, 1988 (India I totals includes Female Condoms 1,934 97 34 million Nirodh condoms and 2.6 million Pills 4,076,400 291,171 Mala-D pills sold by PSI/India) IUDs 28,300 113,200 Injectables 28,425 7,106 EC 96,125 10,681 TOTAL 1,842,901 15% 30.2 INDIA III (Sawan, Bliss, Milan and Ecroz) (FYE 3/31/08) Source: GOI Parivar Seva Sanstha, 1988. Condoms (3 brands) 61,190,000 611,900 Pills (Ecroz) 3,066,000 219,000 TOTAL 830,900 38% 30.3 INDIA IV (Zaroor, Choice, XXX) DFID, USAID and Source: DKT DKT/India (Mumbai); 1992. GOI support Condoms 108,097,503 1,080,975 (calendar year 2008) Pills 12,144,476 867,463 IUDs 176,795 707,180 Injectables (3) 144,231 36,058 TOTAL 2,691,676 17% 30.4 INDIA V ( Apsara, Mithun, Plan X) Packard and GOI support Source: DKT Bihar-based project, managed by Janani; (calendar year 2008) Condoms 24,836,433 248,364 1996. Pills 2,159,675 154,263 IUDs 9,568 38,272 Injectables 36,732 9,183 EC 111,256 12,362 Mife/Miso 87,439 148,646 TOTAL 611,090 -8% 30.5 INDIA VI (Ahsas, Thril, Flavoured) MSI support Source: MSI Started by MSI/PHS (Population Health (calendar year 2008) Condoms 61,864,816 618,648 Services) in 1999. (India I totals include Pills 1,711,050 122,218 3.4 million Mala-D pills and 20 million IUDs 32,408 129,632 Nirodh sold by PHS.) Injectables 69,252 17,313 EC 204,182 22,687 Mife/Miso 142,815 242,786 TOTAL 1,153,284 69% 31. INDONESIA KfW, GOI support Source: DKT Started by DKT in 1996. Condoms 88,861,120 888,611 Female Condoms 41,507 2,075 Pills 12,343,456 881,675 IUDs 92,586 370,344 Injectables (3) 8,429,170 2,107,293 Injectables (1) 1,862,148 155,179 Implants 5,684 22,736 EC 18,881 2,098 MVA Cannulae 6,189 49,512 TOTAL 4,479,523 12% 32. KAZAKHSTAN USAID support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 2002. Condoms 1,427,250 14,273 TOTAL 14,273 -31% % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2008 PRODUCT SALES CYP* FROM 2007 6 * 1 CYP equals 100 Condoms; 14 Pill cycles; 4 Injections (3 mos) or 12 (1 mo); 20 Female Condoms; 9 EC; .33 Implants; .25 IUDs; .125 Cannula 33. KENYA DFID support Source: PSI Started by DKT and PSI in 1989. Condoms 32,796,990 327,970 Pills 1,531,980 109,427 IUDs 718 180 Injectables 146,162 36,541 TOTAL 474,118 -8% 33.1 KENYA II MSI support Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2004. Condoms 2,102,556 21,026 EC 27,309 3,034 TOTAL 24,060 0% 34. LAOS USAID (AIDSmark), Global Fund, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1999. Ministry of Health and UN support Condoms 14,265,334 142,653 Free Condoms 27,796 139 TOTAL 142,792 139% 35. LESOTHO USAID and Dutch support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 2001. Condoms 3,487,299 34,873 Free Condoms 2,403,000 12,015 Female Condoms 17,000 850 Free Female Condoms 32,590 815 TOTAL 48,553 37% 36.MADAGASCAR USAID, GF, WHP support Source: PSI Started by SOMARC in 1996; now Condoms 13,341,120 133,411 managed by PSI. Free Condoms 3,828,671 19,143 Female Condoms 41,258 2,063 Pills 2,206,129 157,581 IUDs 3,531 14,124 Injectables 753,725 188,431 Implants 451 1,353 TOTAL 516,106 18% 37. MALAWI USAID and KfW support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1994. Condoms 6,538,620 65,386 Female Condoms 38,474 1,924 Pills 1,540 110 Injectables 2,473 618 TOTAL 68,038 -25% 37.1 MALAWI II MSI support Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2004. Condoms 2,625,188 26,252 TOTAL 26,252 64% 38. MALAYSIA Self-sustaining project Source: DKT Started by DKT in 1991; Condoms 5,094,720 50,947 managed by PHI consultants. TOTAL 50,947 -3% 39. MALI Ministry of Health, Groupe Pivot, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 2000. KfW, USAID, GU, CIDA, Condoms 8,576,980 85,770 Dutch Fund and private support Female Condoms 59,604 2,980 Pills 1,021,275 72,948 Injectables 329,487 83,372 TOTAL 245,070 7% 40. MEXICO Private support Source: DKT Started by DKT in 2002. Condoms 9,822,919 98,229 Female Condoms 74,810 3,741 Injectables (3) 62,666 15,667 EC 1,023 114 TOTAL 117,751 7% 41. MONGOLIA UNFPA and MSI support Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2000. Condoms 3,260,639 32,606 Female Condoms 5,943 297 Pills 144,765 10,340 EC 19,625 2,181 TOTAL 45,424 15% 42. MOZAMBIQUE DFID and GTZ support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1995. Condoms 26,367,112 263,671 Free Condoms 2,536,544 12,683 Female Condoms 32,675 1,634 TOTAL 277,988 24% % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2008 PRODUCT SALES CYP* FROM 2007 7 * 1 CYP equals 100 Condoms; 14 Pill cycles; 4 Injections (3 mos) or 12 (1 mo); 20 Female Condoms; 9 EC; .33 Implants; .25 IUDs; .125 Cannula 43. NAMIBIA KfW and GFATM support Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2000. Condoms 1,579,610 15,796 Female Condoms 21,888 1,094 TOTAL 16,890 -36% 44. NEPAL USAID support Source: AED Started in 1976. Nepal Social Marketing Condoms 24,718,045 247,180 and Franchise Project. Female Condoms 48,269 2,413 Pills 1,202,680 85,906 IUDs 1,572 6,288 Injectables 413,172 103,293 Implants 757 2,271 EC 66,673 7,408 TOTAL 454,759 NA 44.1 NEPAL II MSI support Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2002. Condoms 1,253,814 12,538 Pills 71,990 5,142 TOTAL 17,680 -40% 45. NICARAGUA USAID support Source: PROFAMILIA Started by PROFAMILIA in 1999. Condoms 327,666 3,277 Pills 166,036 11,860 IUDs 1,547 6,188 Injectables 14,771 1,231 Implants 963 4,815 TOTAL 27,371 -16% 45.1 NICARAGUA II Abt Associates, USAID, KfW, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1998. Dutch Embassy and private support Condoms 5,029,663 50,297 Female Condoms 5,054 253 Pills 18,971 1,355 IUDs 21 84 Injectables (1) 9,345 779 Implants 62 186 TOTAL 52,954 -5% 46. NIGER KfW support Source: GFA Consulting Group Started by GFA Medica/ Condoms 4,111,782 41,118 Futures Group in 2004. TOTAL 41,118 5% 47. NIGERIA DFID, USAID, and private support Source: PSI Started by PSI and DKT in 1988-90. Condoms 189,799,509 1,897,995 Now managed by Society for Family Health Free Condoms 8,086,856 40,434 with technical assistance from PSI. Pills 5,594,803 399,629 IUDs 77,687 310,748 Injectables (3) 1,376,625 344,156 Injectables (2) 1,008,255 168,043 Injectables (1) 47,855 3,988 Implants 1,919 5,757 EC 861,005 95,667 TOTAL 3,266,417 30% 48. PAKISTAN KfW, USAID, and private support Source: PSI Program started by PSI Marketing Condoms 76,195,171 761,952 Associates in 1986. Cooperating agency: Pills 2,155,929 153,995 PSI and Greenstar Social Marketing. IUDs 217,079 868,316 Injectables (3) 232,991 58,248 Injectables (2) 476,361 79,394 Injectables (1) 110,394 9,200 EC 1,141,768 126,863 TOTAL 2,057,968 39% 48.1 PAKISTAN II Funded by MSI Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2003. Condoms 5,905,273 59,053 TOTAL 59,053 90% 49. PANAMA USAID and private support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1996. Condoms 2,940,408 29,404 TOTAL 29,404 31% % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2008 PRODUCT SALES CYP* FROM 2007 8 * 1 CYP equals 100 Condoms; 14 Pill cycles; 4 Injections (3 mos) or 12 (1 mo); 20 Female Condoms; 9 EC; .33 Implants; .25 IUDs; .125 Cannula 50. PARAGUAY Self-sustaining project Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1996. Condoms 2,222,400 22,224 Pills 383,231 27,374 EC 131,498 14,611 TOTAL 64,209 7% 51. PERU USAID support Source: APROPO Apoyo a Programas de Poblacion; Condoms 12,206,545 122,065 program started by SOMARC IUDs 27 108 and APROPO in 1984 . Injectables 5,328 1,332 Foaming Tablets 126,048 840 TOTAL 124,345 22% 51.1 PERU II Support maintained through Source: PROSALUD Started by APPRENDE in 2002. commercial activities of FARMAGE Condoms 532,458 5,325 Pills 178,128 12,723 EC 374,136 41,571 TOTAL 59,619 7% 52. PHILIPPINES KfW support Source: DKT Implemented by DKT in 1990; Condoms 35,482,623 354,826 managed by DKT. Pills 20,095,411 1,578,244 IUDs 22,947 91,788 Injectables 925,822 231,456 TOTAL 2,256,314 10% 53. ROMANIA USAID, UNICEF, and Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1998. Dutch Government/Matra support Condoms 8,531,673 85,317 TOTAL 85,317 1% 54. RWANDA KfW, USAID (AIDSMark) Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1993. and private support Condoms 10,347,816 103,478 Pills 39,672 2,834 Injectables 12,736 3,184 TOTAL 109,496 48% 55. SENEGAL USAID support Source: GSMF International Started by SOMARC in 1996. Condoms 14,695,444 146,954 Pills 38,280 2,734 TOTAL 149,688 168% 56. SOUTH AFRICA USAID, Dutch government, EF Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1992. (PSI), Government of South Africa Condoms 42,863,232 428,632 support Free Condoms 62,271,400 311,357 Female Condoms 23,832 1,192 TOTAL 741,181 8% 57. SRI LANKA IPPF support Source: FPASL Started by PSI and IPPF in 1973; Condoms 7,217,784 72,178 now managed by Family Planning Pills 1,635,360 116,811 Association of Sri Lanka. IUDs 1,728 6,912 Injectables 51,958 12,990 EC 934,968 103,885 TOTAL 312,776 7% 57.1 SRI LANKA II Managed by MSI Sri Lanka. Source: MSI/SL Started by MSI in 1993. Condoms 7,040,186 70,402 Pills 74,947 5,353 EC 41,711 4,635 TOTAL 80,390 27% 58. SUDAN Private support Source: DKT Started by DKT in 2004. Condoms 216,000 2,160 Pills 526,827 37,631 IUDs 98,245 392,980 Injectables 30,780 7,695 TOTAL 440,466 -8% 59. SWAZILAND USAID (AIDSMark) and Dutch Source: PSI Started by PSI in 2001. support Condoms 1,951,271 19,513 Free Condoms 1,887,260 9,436 Female Condoms 26,768 1,338 TOTAL 30,287 97% % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2008 PRODUCT SALES CYP* FROM 2007 9 * 1 CYP equals 100 Condoms; 14 Pill cycles; 4 Injections (3 mos) or 12 (1 mo); 20 Female Condoms; 9 EC; .33 Implants; .25 IUDs; .125 Cannula 60. TANZANIA USAID, Global Fund, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1993. KfW, and Dutch Government support Condoms 47,811,024 478,110 Female Condoms 325,800 16,290 Pills 206,498 14,750 TOTAL 509,150 -23% 60.1 TANZANIA II USAID support Source: AED T-MARC Project Condoms 11,637,144 116,371 Female Condoms 584,880 29,244 Pills 1,074,888 76,778 TOTAL 222,393 NA 61. TOGO USAID and Global Fund Source: PSI Started by SOMARC in 1992; Condoms 12,436,724 124,367 transferred to PSI in 1998. Female Condoms 172,863 8,643 Pills 98,046 7,003 Injectables 15,129 3,783 TOTAL 143,796 42% 62. UGANDA CDC and private support Source: PSI Started by SOMARC in 1991; Cooperating Agency: PSI Condoms 4,012,920 40,129 transferred to CMS in 1998; Free Condoms 6,923,317 34,617 transferred to AIDSMark in 2003. Implants 149 447 TOTAL 75,193 24% 62.1 UGANDA II KfW support Source: MSI Uganda Started by MSI in 1997; Condoms 18,832,578 188,326 managed by MSI. TOTAL 188,326 19% 63. URUGUAY IPPF support Source: AUPF Started by AUPF Condoms 43,113 431 (Associacion Uruguaya de Pills 71,056 5,075 Planificacion Familiar) around 1968. IUDs 4,565 18,260 TOTAL 23,766 -21% 64. VENEZUELA Support from commerical sector Source: PROSALUD Started by PROSALUD in 1992. and local embassies Condoms 419,158 4,192 Pills 269,447 19,246 IUDs 505 2,020 Injectables 14,281 3,570 EC 1,397,210 155,246 TOTAL 184,274 1% 65. VIET NAM DFID, KfW support Source: DKT Implemented by DKT in 1993. Condoms 61,970,953 619,710 Pills 6,412,500 458,036 IUDs 1,571 6,284 Injectables 5,071 1,268 TOTAL 1,085,298 2% 66. YEMEN KfW support Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2001. Condoms 2,219,634 22,196 Pills 347,070 24,791 IUDs 25,172 100,688 Injectables 79,682 19,921 TOTAL 167,596 -19% 67. ZAMBIA USAID, UNFPA,WHP, KfW support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1992. Condoms 19,619,892 196,199 Female Condoms 465,456 23,273 Pills 2,552,166 182,298 IUDs 359 1,436 Implants 254 762 TOTAL 403,968 52% 68. ZIMBABWE USAID, DFID and Packard Source: PSI Started by SOMARC in 1988; Partnership Funds Condoms 68,603,490 686,035 transferred to PSI in 1996. Female Condoms 3,146,640 157,332 Pills 685,470 48,962 Injectables 39,701 9,925 EC 3,068 341 TOTAL 902,595 18% GRAND TOTAL 44,978,952 % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2008 PRODUCT SALES CYP* FROM 2007 10 Zimbabwe Zambia Cambodia Bangladesh Madagascar Philippines Nigeria Ethiopia Mali Cameroon Colombia South Africa Indonesia Burkina Faso Mozambique Nepal I Sri Lanka I Kenya I Tanzania I Pakistan I The following programs qualify for the “Best Programs” list by • delivering more than 200,000 CYPs and • reaching more than 6% of their target markets. They are arranged first by program size, then by percent of coverage. Bangladesh Indonesia Nigeria Philippines Pakistan I Ethiopia Zimbabwe Colombia South Africa Cambodia Madagascar Tanzania I Kenya I Nepal I Zambia Sri Lanka I Cameroon Mozambique Mali Burkina Faso Ranked by Percent of Target Market* 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% *Target market calculated as 75% of women aged 15–49. Best Programs 0 1,000,000 2,000,000 3,000,000 4,000,000 5,000,000 4,711,092 4,479,523 3,266,417 2,256,314 2,057,968 1,477,571 902,595 855,144 741,181 602,995 516,106 509,150 474,118 454,759 403,968 312,776 304,438 277,988 245,070 224,542 37.7% 20.3% 19.2% 14.9% 14.2% 12.0% 11.8% 11.2% 10.3% 9.3% 9.1% 9.0% 8.5% 8.3% 8.3% 8.0% 7.2% 7.1% 6.9% 6.3% Ranked by Program Size (CYPs)

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