2023 Contraceptive Social Marketing Statistics

Publication date: 2023

be wanted Let every child Contraceptive Social Marketing Statistics 2022 Connect with us Courtesy of DKT International 1001 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 800 Washington DC 20036 June 2023 https://www.linkedin.com/company/dkt-international/ https://twitter.com/DKTchangeslives https://www.instagram.com/dkt.international/?hl=en https://www.youtube.com/user/DKTHQ Data Disclaimers This dataset is self-reported and does not encompass all social marketing activity, as we have not been able to obtain data from all relevant organizations. Programs that generate fewer than 10,000 CYPs in a given year have either been omitted or, if relevant, combined with other programs; these are noted where applicable. Specific to some DKT programs, sales made to governments and NGOs are heavily discounted. Data from clinical services are not included in this report. If you would like to be included in future reporting, please contact info@dktinternational.org 2 For over 30 years, DKT has collected sales data from contraceptive social marketing programs around the globe to publish the Contraceptive Social Marketing (CSM) Statistics report. Social marketing programs mostly sell contraceptive and safe abortion products to the private sector—consisting of clinics, supermarkets, mini-markets and a myriad of other shops—but some programs also make sales to non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and the public sector. This report complements public health data by offering insight into the private sector’s contribution to global sexual and reproductive health (SRH) markets. Report Explanation How Do We Calculate CYPs? The acronym “CYP” stands for “Couple Years of Protection,” and is a common sexual and reproductive health metric representing the amount of contraception one couple needs to prevent pregnancy over a 1-year period. CYPs are calculated using sales data, with each contraceptive and safe abortion product assigned a different CYP conversion factor based on the expected amount of time the product can be used before replacement. For example, condoms are replaced frequently and therefore have a conversion factor of ÷ 100, while IUDs are replaced every few years and have a conversion factor of × 4.4. We multiply or divide the number of product units sold by their respective converter to estimate CYPs. Following our example, 10 condoms would produce 0.1 CYPs while 10 IUDs would produce 44 CYPs. The following conversion factors, which are slightly different from CYP factors used by other agencies, are used across this report. Sales data for DKT International programs is available online at www.dktinternational.org for use by researchers and other parties. Method MethodConversion Factor Conversion Factor Condom ÷ 100 Implant (5 year) × 3.8 Free Condom ÷ 200 Emergency Contraception ÷ 16 Female Condom ÷ 100 Medical Abortion (MA) Combipack (1 mifepristone + 4 misoprostol) tablets × 1.7 Oral Contraceptive Pill (OCP) ÷ 14 Mifepristone (Mife) tablet × 0.67 Injectable (1 mo) ÷ 12 Manual Vacuum Aspiration (MVA) Kit × 25 Injectable (2 mo) ÷ 6 Manual Vacuum Aspiration (MVA) Single × 25 Injectable (3 mo) ÷ 4 Aspirator × 25 Implant (3 year) × 2.5 Vaginal Contraceptive film ÷ 120 Diaphragm × 1 IUDs (hormonal and non-hormonal combined) × 4.4 Vaginal Foaming Tablets ÷ 120 Free Female Condom ÷ 200 Misoprostol (Miso) tablet ÷ 12 Implant (4 year) × 3.2 3 Highlights Social Marketing Statistics 2022 Couple Years of Protection (CYPs) 2019 89.3 million 2020 84.8 million 2021 78.1 million 2022 87.0 million CYPs Generated by Contraceptive Social Marketing Organizations (2019 - 2022) Condoms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1,475,695,338 (84 programs) Free Condoms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18,525,208 (3 programs) Female Condoms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .533,481 (14 programs) Non-hormonal IUDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4,260,609 (66 programs) Hormonal IUDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 72,938 (8 programs) Combined Implants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 508,282 (39 programs) Combined Injectables . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45,076,315 (49 programs) Oral Contraceptive Pills (OCP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 202,304,902 (47 programs) Free Oral Contraception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 638,800 (1 program) Emergency Contraception (EC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37,615,541 (65 programs) Manual Vacuum Aspiration (MVA) Kits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 365,614 (44 programs) Aspirators . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13,356 (9 programs) Cannulae . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 340,558 (22 programs) MVA Single . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9,010 (2 programs) Misoprostol Tablets (Miso) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41,195,402 (49 programs) Mifepristone Tablets (Mife) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .661,515 (5 programs) MA ‘Combipack’ (1 Mifepristone + 4 Misoprostol) . . . .9,153,904 (39 programs) Vaginal Foaming Tablets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1,291,269 (2 programs) Diaphragms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 788 (6 programs) Sales 2022 CYPs generated by most sold products (2022) Non-hormonal IUDs . 18,746,679 MA ‘Combipack’ (Mifepristone-Misoprostol) .15,561,638 Condoms .14,756,953 Oral Contraceptive Pills .14,495,979 Injectables .9,970,913 Misoprostol Tablets . 3,432,950 Emergency Contraception .2,350,971 Implants .1,486,160 23% 65 2019 2020 2021 2022 60 75 85 18% 13% 18% Donor Acknowledgment: Producing remarkable results at scale by these social marketing programs would not be possible without the generosity of many donors. These donors include: Access to Health, Against Malaria Foundation, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF), Central African Forest Initiative (CAFI), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF), David and Lucile Packard Foundation, DKT International, the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands (EKN), The Erik E. and Edith H. Bergstrom Foundation, the European Union (represented by the European Commission), Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO), Fonds National REDD+ (FONAREDD), The Global Fund (GF), The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, International Organization for Migrants (OIM), International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), Ipas, KfW Group (KfW), Ministry of Public Health in Ecuador, MSI, Organization for the Coordination of the fight against Endemic Diseases in Central Africa (OCEAC), P&G Children’s Safe Drinking Water Program (CSDW), Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA), Population Services International (PSI), Reproductive Health Supplies Coalition (RHSC), Rutgers, Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS), United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), United States Agency for International Development (USAID), U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), and anonymous donors. 2% 3%4% 19% 70 80 90 4 Social Marketing Program Sales Organization Accronyms Statistics listed for all programs with 10,000 or more CYPs 1. Afghanistan (1) Program Product Sales CYPs Started by the Communication for Behavior Change in 2010; Now called Expanding Access to Private Sector Health Project and Services in Afghanistan (COMPRI-A) Project ASMO 2. Afghanistan (2) Started by MSI in 2003 Condoms . 6,540,564 Injectables (3) .376,190 OCP . 574,980 Total 65,406 94,048 41,070 200,523 MSI Condoms . 1,657,238 Non-hormonal IUDs . 6,324 Implants (5) . 286 Injectables (3) . 220 OCP . 140,413 EC . 4,293 Total 16,572 27,826 1,087 55 10,030 268 55,838 3. Afghanistan (3) Started by DKT in 2020 DKT 83,896 212,960 2,000 30,400 35,250 39,000 7,188 12,500 423,193 Condoms .8,389,596 Hormonal IUDs .48,400 Implants (3) .800 Implants (5) .8,000 Injectables (3) . 141,000 OCP .546,000 EC . 115,000 MVA Kits . 500 Total ANIMAS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ivorian Social Marketing Agency ANIMAS SUTURA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nigerian Association of Social Marketing ASMO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Afghan Social Marketing Organization CEMOPLAF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Centro Médico de Orientación y Planificación Familiar CIES Salud Sexual - Salud Reproductiva . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Centro de Investigación y Educación Sexual y Reproductiva: Salud Sexual - Salud Reproductiva DKT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . DKT International FHS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Family Health Services FPA Sri Lanka . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Family Planning Association of Sri Lanka MPHD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Momentum Private Health Delivery MSI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MSI Reproductive Choices Nepal CRS Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nepal Contraceptive Retail Sales OCEAC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Organization for Coordinating the Fight Against Endemics in Central Africa Cannulae PACE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Programme for Accessible Health, Communication and Education PPSAC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Project for the Prevention of HIV/AIDS in Central Africa PSI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Population Services International PSK . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Population Services Kenya SCH . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Sun Community Health SMC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Social Marketing Company (Bangladesh) SMO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Social Marketing Organization TFHO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Total Family Health Organization T-MARC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Tanzania Marketing and Communications Project USAID . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .United States Agency for International Development Information Source 5 Program Product Sales CYPsInformation Source 4. Argentina Started by DKT in 2018; Prior year results included in regional hub (DKT Latin America South (LAS)) 5. Australia Started by MSI in 2000 MSI 6. Bangladesh (1) Started by PSI in 1975; Now managed by the Social Marketing Company (formerly SMP) 71,988 71,988 SMC Condoms .190,233,526 Non-hormonal IUDs . 8,781 Implants (5) .4,523 Injectables (3) . 4,877,197 OCP .59,745,562 EC . 4,033,926 Total 1,902,335 38,636 17,187 1,219,299 4,267,540 252,120 7,697,119 MVA Kits .2,000 Cannulae . 100,000 Total 50,000 -- 50,000 MA ‘Combipack’. 42,346 Total 7. Bangladesh (2) Started by MSI in 1988 23,234 23,234 MSI MA ‘Combipack’. 13,667 Total Started by DKT in 2017; CYPs have been discounted 9,360 15,400 26,250 144 14,160 9,850 12,000 10,047 70,961 8. Benin DKT Condoms .936,000 Non-hormonal IUDs . 3,500 Implants (3) . 10,500 Injectables (3) . .575 EC . 226,560 MVA Kits .394 Misoprostol Tablets . 144,000 MA ‘Combipack’.5,910 Total Started by CIES in 1987 9. Bolivia (1) Condoms . 80,310 Non-hormonal IUDs .5,822 Implants (5) .11,160 Injectables (1) .2,815 Injectables (3) .1,530 OCP . 4,883 EC .432 Total 803 25,617 42,408 235 383 349 27 69,821 CIES Salud Sexual - Salud Reproductiva Started by DKT in 2017 5,350 122 27,324 3,025 1 1,893 2,858 8,475 -- 1,019 2,723 30 52,820 10. Bolivia (2) DKT Condoms . 534,960 Female Condoms . 12,214 Non-hormonal IUDs .6,210 Implants (3) . 1,210 Injectables (3) .5 OCP . 26,505 EC .45,720 MVA Kits .339 Cannulae .2,892 Misoprostol Tablets . 12,232 MA ‘Combipack’.1,602 Diaphragm . 30 Total DKT 11. Brazil Started by DKT in 1991 Condoms .145,899,276 Non-hormonal IUDs . 129,031 MVA Kits . 9,399 Cannulae . 30,582 Diaphragm .256 Total 1,458,993 567,736 234,975 -- 256 2,261,960 DKT 12. Burkina Faso (1) Started by MSI in 2009 Condoms . 648,032 OCP .251,414 EC . 5,888 Misoprostol Tablets . 659,700 MA ‘Combipack’ . 11,700 Total 6,480 17,958 368 54,975 19,890 99,671 MSI 6 Program Product Sales CYPsInformation Source 13. Burkina Faso (2) Started by DKT in 2016; CYPs have been discounted 14. Cameroon (1) Started by DKT in 2016 15. Cameroon (2) Started by OCEAC in 2006 Condoms .16,212,488 Total 162,125 162,125 Condoms . 1,831,392 Non-hormonal IUDs . 4,230 Injectables (3) . 1,600 EC . 32,260 MVA Kits . 1,100 Misoprostol Tablets . 388,040 MA ‘Combipack’.27,840 Total 18,314 18,612 400 2,016 27,500 32,337 47,328 111,539 7,158 3,188 5,425 215 51,742 623 25,425 -- 19 42,778 Started by DKT in 2010; CYPs have been discounted 18. Chile DKT Condoms . 715,824 Female Condoms .318,780 Non-hormonal IUDs . 1,233 Implants (3) . 86 Injectables (3) . 206,969 EC . 9,960 MVA Kits . 1,017 Cannulae .3,647 Misoprostol Tablets .224 Total Started by DKT in 2017 462 154 44,836 34,500 -- 314 80,267 21. Colombia DKT Condoms . 46,224 Female Condoms .15,444 Non-hormonal IUDs . 10,190 MVA Kits . 1,380 Cannulae .31,155 Diaphragm . 314 Total DKT 23. Congo / Brazzaville (2) Started by DKT in 2020; Prior year results included in regional hub (DKT DRC Congo) Condoms . 260,338 Non-hormonal IUDs . 100 OCP .35,556 EC .38,008 MVA Kits .9 Misoprostol Tablets . 95,900 MA ‘Combipack’. 1,122 Total 2,603 440 2,540 2,376 225 7,992 1,907 18,083 DKT DKT Condoms . 6,444,582 Non-hormonal IUDs .12,971 OCP . 30,780 EC . 44,900 MVA Kits .3,333 Misoprostol Tablets . 333,120 MA ‘Combipack’. 33,170 Total 64,446 57,072 2,199 2,806 83,325 27,760 56,389 293,997 PPSAC - OCEAC 16. Central African Republic Started by OCEAC in 2006 Condoms . 2,568,960 Total 25,690 25,690 PPSAC - OCEAC Condoms .2,304,804 Total 23,048 23,048 17. Chad Started by OCEAC in 2006 PPSAC - OCEAC 19. China (1) Started by DKT in 1996 Condoms . 1,856,261 Total 18,563 18,563 DKT 20. China (2) Started by MSI in 2003 MVA Kits . 264,254 Total 6,606,350 6,606,350 MSI 22. Congo / Brazzaville (1) Started by OCEAC in 2006 Condoms .4,498,080 Total 44,981 44,981 PPSAC - OCEAC 7 Program Product Sales CYPsInformation Source 24. Costa Rica Started by DKT in 2018 25. Côte d’Ivoire (1) Started by DKT in 2017; CYPs have been discounted Condoms . 440,528 Non-hormonal IUDs . 1,537 Aspirators . 950 Cannulae . 5,900 Total 4,405 6,763 23,750 -- 34,918 294,313 15,397 299,740 95,019 704,468 Started by PSI in 1998; now managed by AIMAS 26. Côte d’Ivoire (2) AIMAS Condoms .29,431,260 Injectables (1) .184,760 OCP .4,196,364 EC . 1,520,300 Total Started by DKT in 2017 2,099 74 18,854 3,998 1,773 1,844 7,175 -- 100 35,916 29. Ecuador (1) DKT Condoms . 209,935 Female Condoms . 7,416 Non-hormonal IUDs . 4,285 Implants (3) .1,599 Injectables (3) . 7,090 EC . 29,498 MVA Kits .287 Cannulae . 1,270 Diaphragm . 100 Total DKT 31. Egypt Started by DKT in 2004; Sales also include Sudan and Bahrain; CYPs have been discounted Condoms . 11,769,809 Non-hormonal IUDs . 396,450 EC .448,190 MVA Kits . 178 Vaginal Foaming Tablets . 1,290,672 Total 117,698 1,744,380 28,012 4,450 10,756 1,855,295 DKT DKT Condoms . 4,258,584 Non-hormonal IUDs .33,923 Injectables (3) . 7,400 EC .120,116 MVA Kits .3,244 Misoprostol Tablets . 868,320 Total 42,586 149,261 1,850 7,507 81,100 72,360 340,309 215,729 1,254,352 369,310 149,405 68,957 34,755 106,082 76,900 64,021 133,321 2,293,613 Started by DKT in 2009; CYPs have been discounted 27. Democratic Republic of Congo (Kinshasa) DKT Condoms . 21,572,898 Non-hormonal IUDs .285,080 Implants (3) . 147,724 Injectables (5) . 39,317 Injectables (3) .275,826 OCP . 486,567 EC .1,697,306 MVA Kits .3,076 Misoprostol Tablets . 768,248 MA ‘Combipack’.78,424 Total 28. Dominican Republic Started by DKT in 2016; Prior year results included in regional hub (DKT Latin America North (LAN)) Condoms . 224,042 Non-hormonal IUDs . 1,770 Aspirators . 250 Cannulae . 2,000 Total 2,240 7,788 6,250 -- 16,278 DKT Started by CEMOPLAF in 1974 1,291 2,614 2,178 2,835 532 2,202 204 116 5,346 17,317 30. Ecuador (2) CEMOPLAF Condoms . 129,139 Non-hormonal IUDs .594 Implants (3) . 871 Implants (5) .746 Injectables (1) .6,379 Injectables (3) .8,808 OCP .2,853 EC . 1,860 Misoprostol Tablets .64,148 Total 8 Program Product Sales CYPsInformation Source 32. El Salvador Started by DKT in 2016 33. Ethiopia (1) Started by DKT in 1990 Condoms . 49,530 Non-hormonal IUDs . 776 Implants (3) .104 Aspirators . 200 Cannulae . 1,600 Misoprostol Tablets . 2,912 Total 495 3,414 260 5,000 -- 243 9,412 173,001 28 40,964 1,505 57,752 66,930 40,082 289,684 42,950 208,524 921,421 Started by DKT in 2011 36. Ghana (1) DKT Condoms . 17,300,136 Female Condoms .2,814 Non-hormonal IUDs .9,310 Implants (3) . 602 Implants (5) . 15,198 Injectables (3) . 267,719 OCP . 561,148 EC .4,634,951 MVA Kits . 1,718 MA ‘Combipack’.122,661 Total Started by DKT in 2017; Prior year results included in regional hub (DKT Francophone West and Central Africa (FWACA)) 17,654 10,780 100 129 12,575 5,540 1,717 48,496 40. Guinea DKT Condoms .1,765,440 Non-hormonal IUDs .2,450 Injectables (3) . 400 EC .2,070 MVA Kits . 503 Misoprostol Tablets . 66,480 MA ‘Combipack’ .1,010 Total DKT DKT Condoms .27,771,746 Female Condoms .150 Non-hormonal IUDs . 134,208 Implants (3) . 24,288 Injectables (3) . 4,524,780 OCP . 4,734,906 EC . 5,523,380 MVA Kits . 2,083 Cannulae . 4,158 Misoprostol Tablets .3,328 MA ‘Combipack’. . 397,914 Total 277,717 2 590,515 60,720 1,131,195 338,208 345,211 52,075 -- 277 676,454 3,472,374 Condoms . 89,280 Total 893 893 35. Gabon Started by OCEAC in 2006 PPSAC - OCEAC 34. Ethiopia (2) Started by MSI in 1991 MSI Non-hormonal IUDs . 1,310 Injectables (1) . 72 Injectables (3) . 47,046 EC . 2,143,828 MA ‘Combipack’.303,727 Total 5,764 6 11,762 133,989 516,336 667,857 18,676 182,680 291,057 492,413 Started by PSI in 2016 37. Ghana (2) TFHO - PSI Condoms .1,867,590 Injectables (3) . 730,721 OCP . 4,074,792 Total 1,708 4,110 44,137 80,583 130,538 Started by MSI in 2006 38. Ghana (3) MSI Condoms .170,820 EC .65,759 Misoprostol Tablets .529,639 MA ‘Combipack’ .47,402 Total 29,778 17,600 75,000 -- 122,378 Started by DKT in 2014 39. Guatemala DKT Condoms . 2,977,847 Non-hormonal IUDs . 4,000 Aspirators . 3,000 Cannulae . 24,000 Total 9 Program Product Sales CYPsInformation Source 41. Honduras (1) Started by Ashonplafa in 1963 42. Honduras (2) Started by DKT in 2018 Condoms . 527,734 Non-hormonal IUDs . 12,992 Implants (3) . 2,916 Injectables (1) . 111,887 Injectables (3) . 167,395 OCP . 1,422,273 Total 5,277 57,165 7,290 9,324 41,849 101,591 222,496 930,275 1,519,122 20,887 46,860 1,095,990 14,949 20,475 -- 129,522 5,114,472 8,892,551 Started by DKT in 1992; Managed by DKT India 43. India (1) DKT Condoms . 93,027,488 Non-hormonal IUDs .345,255 Hormonal IUDs . 4,747 Injectables (3) . 187,441 OCP . 15,343,853 EC .239,180 Aspirators .819 Cannulae . 6,480 Misoprostol Tablets . 1,554,260 MA ‘Combipack’.3,008,513 Total Ashonplafa DKT Non-hormonal IUDs . 10,486 Implants (3) . 400 Aspirators . 200 Cannulae . 1,600 Total 46,138 1,000 5,000 -- 52,138 336,969 (22,968) 65,246 79,727 4,512 17,000 9,375 -- 88,590 482 2,878,144 3,450,827 Started by DKT in 1996; Managed by Janani (DKT) CYPs have been discounted 44. India (2) DKT Condoms . 33,696,859 Non-hormonal IUDs . (5,220) Injectables (3) . 260,982 OCP . 1,116,180 EC .72,192 MVA Kits . 680 Aspirators . 375 Cannulae . 177 Misoprostol Tablets . 1,063,080 Mifepristone Tablets .720 MA ‘Combipack’.1,693,026 Total 848,848 552,812 443,538 582,078 27,932 181,474 3,556,385 6,193,066 Started by MSI/PHS (Population Health Services) in 1999 45. India (3) MSI Condoms . 84,884,817 Non-hormonal IUDs .125,639 Injectables (3) . 1,774,151 OCP . 8,149,086 EC . 446,909 Misoprostol Tablets .2,177,687 MA ‘Combipack’ .2,091,991 Total 1,873,230 1,710,029 12,645 3,571 542,910 249,540 3,530,465 2,201,131 8,660 10,375 28,381 9,383,687 Started by DKT in 1996; CYPs have been discounted 46. Indonesia DKT Condoms . 187,323,015 Non-hormonal IUDs . 388,643 Implants (3) . 5,058 Implants (4) .1,116 Injectables (1) .6,514,920 Injectables (2) . 1,497,240 Injectables (3) . 14,121,860 OCP . 30,815,834 EC .138,563 MVA Kits . 415 Misoprostol Tablets .340,572 Total 47. Iraq Started by DKT in 2021; Prior year results included in regional hub (DKT Egypt/MENA) Non-hormonal IUDs .20,000 Hormonal IUDs . 1,000 MVA Kits .150 Total 88,000 4,400 3,750 96,150 DKT 48. Jordan Started by DKT in 2022 Condoms . 273,993 Non-hormonal IUDs . 8,175 Total 2,740 35,970 38,710 DKT 10 Program Product Sales CYPsInformation Source 12,571 70,796 77,325 9,290 20,407 10,894 92,875 27,663 59,384 379,061 Started by DKT in 2018; CYPs have been discounted 52. Liberia DKT Condoms .1,257,129 Non-hormonal IUDs . 16,090 Implants (3) . 30,930 Injectables (3) . 37,160 OCP .285,701 EC .174,300 MVA Kits . 3,715 Misoprostol Tablets . 331,952 MA ‘Combipack’.34,932 Total 49. Kenya (1) Started by MSI in 1986 MSI Condoms .1,491,640 Hormonal IUDs . 450 Injectables (3) . 14,770 EC . 16,975 Misoprostol Tablets .496,080 MA ‘Combipack’.35,157 Total 14,916 1,980 3,693 1,061 41,340 59,767 122,757 18,578 5,537 6,774 30,889 Started by MSI in 1987 54. Malawi (2) MSI Condoms . 1,857,819 EC . 88,589 Misoprostol Tablets .81,290 Total 26,640 6,983 10,298 77,709 81,818 203,447 Started by an NGO called JIGI in 1991; Now managed by Momentum Private Health Delivery (MPHD) 55. Mali (1) JIGI/MPHD Condoms .2,664,000 Non-hormonal IUDs . 1,587 Implants (5) . 4,119 Injectables (1) .310,835 OCP . 1,145,451 Total 50. Kenya (2) Started by DKT and PSI in 1989; Now managed by Population Services Kenya PSK - PSI Condoms .23,675,290 Injectables (1) . 57,324 OCP . 3,635,640 Total 236,753 4,777 259,689 501,218 51. Kenya (3) Started by DKT in 2016; CYPs have been discounted DKT Condoms .16,014,687 Non-hormonal IUDs .5,235 Hormonal IUDs . 110 Implants (3) . 550 Injectables (3) . 620,425 OCP . (1,896) EC . 211,280 MVA Kits .738 Misoprostol Tablets .335,052 MA ‘Combipack’.58,658 Total 160,147 23,034 484 1,375 155,106 (135) 13,205 18,450 27,921 99,719 487,687 105,507 738 4,356 3,825 5,255 3,240 3,368 5,261 439 131,990 Started by PSI in 1994; Now managed by Family Health Services (FHS) 53. Malawi (1) FHS - PSI Condoms .10,550,736 Female Condoms . 73,815 Non-hormonal IUDs . 990 Implants (3) .1,530 Implants (5) .1,383 Injectables (1) . 38,878 Injectables (3) . 13,470 OCP . 73,653 EC . 7,031 Total 19 72,794 57,412 130,226 Started by MSI in 2008 56. Mali (2) MSI EC . 300 Misoprostol Tablets .873,533 MA ‘Combipack’.33,772 Total 57. Mali (3) Started by DKT in 2017; CYPs have been discounted Condoms . 1,823,976 Non-hormonal IUDs .4,725 Injectables (3) . 26,200 EC . 162,040 MVA Kits . 850 Misoprostol Tablets .397,560 MA ‘Combipack’.6,750 Total 18,240 20,790 6,550 10,128 21,250 33,130 11,475 109,620 DKT 11 Program Product Sales CYPsInformation Source 58. Mauritania Started by DKT in 2021 DKT Condoms . 758,880 Non-hormonal IUDs . 710 EC .7,260 MVA Kits . 20 Misoprostol Tablets . 104,640 MA ‘Combipack’.200 Total 7,589 3,124 454 500 8,720 340 20,727 319 0 4,941 19 110 317 9,454 50,757 65,916 Started by MSI in 1999 59. Mexico (1) MSI Condoms .31,859 Female Condoms . 43 Non-hormonal IUDs .1,123 Injectables (1) .224 EC . 1,764 Misoprostol Tablets . 3,798 Mifepristone Tablets .14,110 MA ‘Combipack’.29,857 Total 578,707 115 905,824 65,855 26,040 4,578 107,192 293,175 124,050 -- 14,062 22,379 1,137 5 1,724,673 Started by DKT in 2002; CYPs have been discounted 60. Mexico (2) DKT Condoms .57,870,652 Female Condoms . 11,543 Non-hormonal IUDs . 205,869 Hormonal IUDs . 14,967 Implants (3) . 10,416 Injectables (1) . 54,938 EC . 1,715,066 MVA Kits .11,727 Aspirators . 4,962 Cannulae . 64,084 Misoprostol Tablets .168,748 Mifepristone Tablets .33,402 MA ‘Combipack’.669 Vaginal Foaming Tablets . 597 Total 65,173 157,652 21,185 4,549 13,011 6,875 1,975 7,177 38,512 124,505 440,614 Started by MSI in 2000 61. Mongolia MSI Condoms .6,517,321 Non-hormonal IUDs . 35,830 Implants (3) .8,474 Injectables (3) . 18,194 OCP . 182,158 EC . 109,996 MVA Kits .79 Misoprostol Tablets . 86,121 Mifepristone Tablets .57,480 MA ‘Combipack’.73,238 Total 78,449 458 31,104 5,100 144,719 22,630 56,493 6,922 29,750 17,748 222,828 604,259 Started by DKT in 2008; CYPs have been discounted 62. Mozambique DKT Condoms . 7,844,894 Female Condoms .45,784 Non-hormonal IUDs .7,069 Implants (3) . 2,040 Implants (3) . 38,084 Injectables (3) . 90,520 OCP . 790,905 EC . 110,744 MVA Kits . 1,190 Misoprostol Tablets .212,971 MA ‘Combipack’ .131,075 Total 63. Myanmar (1) Started by PSI in 1996; Now managed by Sun Community Health (SCH); DKT Myanmar products donated by SCH are not counted Free Condoms . 344,598 Non-hormonal IUDs .1,173 Implants (5) .238 Injectables (1) . 392,417 OCP . 384,059 Total 1,723 5,161 595 98,104 27,433 133,016 SCH - PSI 12 Program Product Sales CYPsInformation Source 90,204 132,937 217,382 275,105 154,894 140,919 32,625 -- 75,555 1,092,148 Started by DKT in 2014; CYPs have been discounted 65. Myanmar (3) DKT Condoms . 9,020,376 Non-hormonal IUDs .30,213 Implants (4) . 67,932 Injectables (3) . 1,100,420 OCP . 2,168,513 EC .2,254,703 MVA Kits .1,305 Cannulae .4,292 Misoprostol Tablets .906,664 Total 64. Myanmar (2) Started by MSI in 1998 MSI OCP . 1,529,715 EC . 44,529 Misoprostol Tablets .15,110 Total 109,265 2,783 1,259 113,308 8,886 122,766 131,651 Started by MSI in 2002 67. Nepal (2) MSI Condoms . 888,570 MA ‘Combipack’.72,215 Total 1,376,281 647,108 5,672 64,375 473,185 404,007 156,355 830,175 746,134 738,693 68 205,250 5,509,176 Started by DKT in 2013; CYPs have been discounted 70. Nigeria (2) DKT Condoms . 137,628,128 Non-hormonal IUDs . 147,070 Hormonal IUDs .1,289 Implants (3) .25,750 Injectables (3) .1,892,740 OCP .5,656,097 EC . 2,501,680 MVA Kits .33,207 Misoprostol Tablets . 8,953,608 MA ‘Combipack’.434,525 Diaphragm . 68 MVA Single .8,210 Total 127,613 9,860 57,197 194,670 Started in 2007 68. Niger ANIMAS-Sutura Condoms . 12,761,280 Injectables (1) . 39,441 OCP . 800,760 Total 66. Nepal (1) Started in 1973 by Nepal Contraceptive Retail Sales (CRS) Condoms . 11,769,534 Non-hormonal IUDs .945 Implants (5) .1,260 Injectables (3) . 1,103,052 OCP .1,699,230 EC .1,122,492 Total 117,695 4,158 4,788 275,763 121,374 70,156 593,934 Nepal CRS Company 49,994 20,255 216,278 220,444 506,971 Started by MSI in 2009 69. Nigeria (1) MSI Condoms .4,999,371 EC . 324,082 Misoprostol Tablets .2,595,337 MA ‘Combipack’.129,673 Total 27,535 27,535 Started by MSI in 2003 71. Pakistan (1) MSI Condoms .2,753,544 Total Condoms .125,013,155 Female Condoms . 4,028 Non-hormonal IUDs . 1,206,230 Implants (5) .6,041 Injectables (1) .68,180 Injectables (3) .457,193 OCP . 1,407,953 EC . 199,031 MVA Kits .1,526 Misoprostol Tablets . 4,140,410 Total 1,250,132 40 5,307,412 22,956 5,682 114,298 100,568 12,439 38,150 345,034 4,955,856 Started by DKT in 2012; CYPs have been discounted 72. Pakistan (2) DKT 13 Program Product Sales CYPsInformation Source 73. Panama Started by DKT in 2017; CYPs have been discounted Condoms . 175,696 Non-hormonal IUDs .3,116 Implants (3) . 12,000 EC .1,200 MVA Kits . 2,000 Aspirators . 2,600 Cannulae . 8,700 Total 1,757 13,710 30,000 75 50,000 65,000 -- 145,505 3,248 41 8,690 5,034 13 6,250 -- 20 23,295 Started by DKT in 2017; Prior year results included in regional hub (DKT Latin America South (LAS)) 74. Paraguay DKT Condoms .324,796 Female Condoms . 4,062 Hormonal IUDs . 1,975 Injectables (3) . 20,137 EC . 200 MVA Kits . 250 Cannulae . 1,183 Diaphragm . 20 Total DKT 6,198 325 48,444 760 63,800 -- 347 119,874 Started by DKT in 2018 75. Peru DKT Condoms . 619,776 Female Condoms . 32,540 Non-hormonal IUDs . 11,010 EC . 12,160 MVA Kits .2,552 Cannulae . 12,270 Misoprostol Tablets .4,160 Total 396,438 361,623 394,135 2,249,437 69,100 3,465,285 Started by DKT in 1990; CYPs have been discounted 76. Philippines DKT Condoms .39,643,813 Non-hormonal IUDs . 82,187 Injectables (3) . 1,576,541 OCP . 31,492,124 MVA Kits .2,764 Total 78. Senegal (1) Started by MSI in 2011 EC . 4,890 Misoprostol Tablets . 387,360 MA ‘Combipack’.45,450 Total 306 32,280 77,265 109,851 MSI 150,480 150,480 Started by DKT in 2018 77. Saudi Arabia DKT Non-hormonal IUDs . 34,200 Total 57,120 223,234 750 150 744 22,350 24,320 150,978 Started by DKT in 2016; CYPs have been discounted; Sales also include Chad, Gabon, Gambia and Niger 79. Senegal (2) DKT Condoms .5,712,048 Non-hormonal IUDs .50,735 Implants (3) . 300 Injectables (3) . 600 EC .11,900 MVA Kits . 894 Misoprostol Tablets . 291,840 Total 2,164 739 7,817 16,900 30,600 58,219 Started by MSI in 1986 80. Sierra Leone (1) MSI Condoms .216,360 OCP . 10,350 EC .125,065 Misoprostol Tablets .202,800 MA ‘Combipack’.18,000 Total 11,788 9,680 4,450 12,994 22,668 17,901 39,825 16,415 28,220 161,878 Started by DKT in 2018; CYPs have been discounted 81. Sierra Leone (2) DKT Condoms .1,178,788 Non-hormonal IUDs . 2,200 Implants (3) .1,780 Injectables (3) . 51,976 OCP . 317,358 EC . 286,408 MVA Kits . 1,593 Misoprostol Tablets . 196,976 MA ‘Combipack’.16,600 Total 14 Program Product Sales CYPsInformation Source 82. South Sudan Started by DKT in 2021; Prior year results included in regional hub (DKT East Africa) Condoms . 82,944 Non-hormonal IUDs . 30 Implants (3) . 50 Injectables (3) . 1,000 OCP . 3,200 EC . 57,600 MVA Kits .10 Misoprostol Tablets .37,056 MA ‘Combipack’.1,620 Total 829 132 125 250 229 3,600 250 3,088 2,754 11,257 13,924 7,828 9,527 78,422 122,461 113,683 345,844 Started by PSI and IPPF in 1973; Now managed by Family Planning Association of Sri Lanka 83. Sri Lanka (1) FPA Sri Lanka Condoms .1,392,389 Non-hormonal IUDs . 1,779 Implants (5) .2,507 Injectables (3) .313,686 OCP . 1,714,456 EC . 1,818,927 Total DKT 57,200 57,200 Started by DKT in 2018; Prior year results included in regional hub (DKT Egypt/MENA) 85. Syria DKT Non-hormonal IUDs . 13,000 Total 125,487 16,614 144,356 15,690 302,147 Started by T-MARC in 2004 87. Tanzania (2) T-MARC Condoms .12,548,736Free condoms . 3,322,770 OCP .2,020,977 EC .251,040 Total 18,541 144 74,025 92,709 MSI Condoms .1,854,072 EC . 2,300 Misoprostol Tablets .888,300 Total 84. Sri Lanka (2) Started by MSI in 1983 Condoms . 3,853,663 OCP . 96,826 EC .189,632 Total 38,537 6,916 11,852 57,305 Started by MSI in 1989 86. Tanzania (1) Condoms .7,407,142 Non-hormonal IUDs .6,879 Implants (3) .1,289 Implants (5) . 50 Injectables (3) . 1,160 OCP .455,729 EC . 499,544 MVA Kits .1,025 Misoprostol Tablets .1,029,396 Total 74,071 30,268 3,223 190 290 32,552 31,222 25,625 85,783 276,973 Started by DKT in 2015; CYPs have been discounted 88. Tanzania (3) DKT MSI 23,091 27,875 -- 8,750 59,716 Started by DKT in 2008 89. Thailand DKT Non-hormonal IUDs . 5,248 MVA Kits . 1,115 Cannulae .5,326 MVA Single . 350 Total Condoms .1,863,936 Non-hormonal IUDs . 1,000 Implants (3) . 380 Injectables (3) . 15,000 EC . 153,600 MVA Kits . 400 Misoprostol Tablets . 393,120 MA ‘Combipack’.9,180 Total 18,639 4,400 950 3,750 9,600 10,000 32,760 15,606 95,705 Started by DKT in 2008 90. Togo DKT 44,687 523,160 21,181 496,189 Started by DKT in 2008 91. Turkey DKT Condoms . 4,468,744 Non-hormonal IUDs .118,900 EC .338,897 Total 15 Program Product Sales CYPsInformation Source 92. Uganda (1) Started by MSI in 1997 93. Uganda (2) Started by DKT in 2017; CYPs have been discounted Condoms . 5,637,612 OCP . 243,458 EC .760,647 Misoprostol Tablets .4,299,710 MA ‘Combipack’.48,360 Total 56,376 17,390 47,540 358,309 82,212 561,828 MSI 100. Zambia (2) Started by USAID in 2021 Condoms . 21,917,520 OCP . 407,600 Free OCP.638,800 Total 219,175 29,114 45,629 293,918 USAID DKT Condoms . 9,252,648 Non-hormonal IUDs . 1,884 Implants (3) . 300 Injectables (3) .49,000 OCP .248,000 EC . 2,060,375 MVA Kits .812 Misoprostol Tablets . 365,580 MA ‘Combipack’.68,359 Total 92,526 8,290 750 12,250 17,714 128,773 20,300 30,465 116,210 422,272 117 354,869 1,295 29,975 7,335 331,475 372,388 1,097,453 Started by MSI in 1989 96. Viet Nam (1) MSI Condoms . 11,682 Non-hormonal IUDs . 80,652 Implants (3) . 518 Injectables (3) .119,899 EC . 117,356 Misoprostol Tablets . 3,977,700 Mifepristone Tablets . 555,803 Total 101. Zimbabwe Started by MSI in 1984 Non-hormonal IUDs . 1,322 Implants (3) . 21 EC .74,030 Misoprostol Tablets .123,200 MA ‘Combipack’ .2,775 Total 5,817 53 4,627 10,267 4,718 25,480 MSI 94. Uganda (3) Free Condoms . 14,857,840 Total 74,289 74,289 PACE - PSI 95. Uruguay Started by DKT in 2016 Condoms .745,684 Female Condoms . 4,848 Non-hormonal IUDs . 311 MVA Kits .138 Cannulae .1,385 Total 7,457 48 1,368 3,450 -- 12,324 DKT 67,187 622,600 811,352 8,756 32,375 -- 20,000 1,562,270 Started by DKT in 1993 97. Viet Nam (2) DKT Condoms . 6,718,680 Non-hormonal IUDs .141,500 OCP . 11,358,924 EC .140,100 MVA Kits . 1,295 Cannulae . 27,857 MVA Single . 800 Total 14,548 306,865 34,590 71,489 137,001 9,988 574,482 Started by MSI in 2001 98. Yemen MSI Condoms .1,454,823 Non-hormonal IUDs .69,742 Implants (3) .13,836 Injectables (3) .285,957 OCP . 1,918,013 Misoprostol Tablets .119,860 Total 99. Zambia (1) Started by MSI in 2007 EC . 16,759 Misoprostol Tablets . 103,580 MA ‘Combipack’.20,815 Total 1,047 8,632 35,386 45,065 MSI Grand Total 87,059,207 Started in 2009 be wanted Let every child 1001 Connecticut Ave NW, Suite 800, Washington, DC 20036 | Tel: 202-223-8780 Fax: 202-223-8786 | info@dktinternational.org | www.dktinternational.org Connect with us: https://www.linkedin.com/company/dkt-international/ https://twitter.com/DKTchangeslives https://www.instagram.com/dkt.international/?hl=en https://www.youtube.com/user/DKTHQ

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