Contraceptive Social Marketing Statistic - 2013

Publication date: 2013

1 August 2014 Courtesy of DKT International 1701 K Street, NW Suite 900 Washington, DC 20006 2013 ContraCeptive SoCial Marketing StatiStiCS CONNECT WITH US https://twitter.com/dktchangeslives https://www.youtube.com/user/DKTHQ#p/f https://www.linkedin.com/company/dkt-international http://www.dktinternational.org/ 2 * 1 CYP equals 100 Condoms; 200 Free Condoms; 14 Pill cycles; 4 Injections (3 mos) or 6 Injections (2 mos) or 12 Injections (1 mo); 20 Female Condoms; 14 EC; .33 Implants; .23 IUDs; .59 MA Doses; .0208 MVA Kits; 16 Miso. ** Medical abortion (MA) = mifepristone and misoprostol sold in combination. SoCial Marketing StatiStiCS 2013 Highlights 2013 2012 2011 CYPs* 70.0 million 65.5 million 62.0 million Sales – 2013 Condoms .2,189,127,050 (85 programs) IUDs . 2,790,988 (53 programs) Free Condoms.634,130,839 (26 programs) Implants . 576,342 (32 programs) Female Condoms .9,960,574 (29 programs) Emergency Contraception (EC) .11,519,695 (30 programs) Free Female Condoms. 2,658,611 (10 programs) Medical Abortion (MA)** . 3,326,064 (12 programs) Pills .206,595,373 (63 programs) Manual Vacuum Aspiration (MVA) Kits . 6,879 (4 programs) Free Pills .2,070,000 (1 program) Misoprostal (Miso) Tabs . 15,948,643 (18 programs) Injectables .33,149,624 (55 programs) VFT . 568,897 (3 programs) Social Marketing program Sales Statistics listed for all programs with 10,000 or more CYPs (Couple Years of Protection).* % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2013 PRODUCT SALES CYP FROM 2012 1. AFGHANISTAN MSI support Source: MSI Started by Marie Stopes International Condoms 2,152,938 21,529 (MSI) in 2003. Pills 100,030 7,145 Injectables 3,410 853 IUDs 52,822 232,417 TOTAL 261,944 -6% 1.1 AFGHANISTAN II USAID support Source: Futures Group ASMO under Health Policy Project. Condoms 8,946,936 89,469 Started by USAID in October 2010. Pills 1,100,160 78,583 Injectables 376,650 94,163 TOTAL 262,215 -31% 2. ANGOLA USAID, DFID and private funding Source: PSI Started by Population Services International Condoms 3,180,567 31,806 (PSI) in 2000. Free Condoms 750,000 3,750 TOTAL 35,556 -56% 3. BANGLADESH USAID and EC funding Source: USAID Started by PSI in 1975; now managed by Condoms 141,752,512 1,417,525 Social Marketing Company (formerly SMP). Pills 37,300,591 2,664,328 Injectables 1,383,145 345,786 IUD 1,861 8,188 Implants 1,026 3,078 TOTAL 4,438,906 1% 4. BENIN USAID and KfW support Source: PSI Started by DKT International (DKT) Condoms 8,017,123 80,171 and PSI in 1989. Free Condoms 136,252 681 Female Condoms 10,215 511 Pills 183,873 13,134 Injectables (2) 30,559 5,093 IUDs 18,802 82,729 Implants 25,027 75,081 Miso Tabs 16,292 1,018 TOTAL 258,418 7% 5. BOLIVIA Prosalud Interamericana support Source: PROSALUD Started by Prosalud in 2003. Condoms 25,776 258 Pills 31,241 2,232 Injectables 21,231 5,308 EC 100,664 7,190 VFT 568 5 TOTAL 14,992 -19% 3 6. BOTSWANA Government of Botswana, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1993. USAID (AIDSMark), and Dutch Condoms 3,393,176 33,932 government support Free Condoms 1,339,708 6,699 TOTAL 40,630 -17% 7. BRAZIL Self-sustaining project Source: DKT Started by DKT in 1991; Condoms 123,642,379 1,236,424 managed by DKT do Brasil. Female Condoms 66,352 3,318 TOTAL 1,239,741 -5% 8. BURKINA FASO Supported by MSI Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2009. Condoms 810,576 8,106 Female Condoms 3,015 151 Pills 92,374 6,598 Injectables (3) 719 180 EC 1,508 108 TOTAL 15,142 NA 9. BURMA (Myanmar) Private, DFID, and UNICEF support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1996. Condoms 26,070,321 260,703 Free Condoms 208,348 1,042 Female Condoms 255,040 12,752 Pills 1,676,302 119,736 Injectables (3) 860,540 215,135 Injectables (1) 946 79 IUDs 51,534 226,750 Implants 10,090 30,270 EC 27,407 1,958 Miso Tabs 16,560 1,035 TOTAL 869,459 45% 9.1 BURMA (Myanmar) II DFID and MSI support Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2004. Pills 938,065 67,005 Injectables (3) 500 125 EC 9,000 643 TOTAL 67,773 NA 10. BURUNDI USAID, Global Fund, KfW, DOD Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1990. support Condoms 3,273,228 32,732 Free Condoms 1,596,608 7,983 Free Female Condoms 11,000 275 TOTAL 40,990 64% 11. CAMBODIA USAID, DFID, KfW, UNFPA, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1994. government support Condoms 13,021,590 130,216 Free Condoms 10,008 50 Pills 4,917,968 351,283 Injectables 692,470 173,118 IUDs 28,072 123,517 Implants 8,196 24,588 EC 39,010 2,786 MA 174,375 296,438 TOTAL 1,101,996 9% 12. CAMEROON DOD, KfW, Plan, Care, Dutch Fund, Source: PSI Started by PSI and DKT in 1989. MTN, Art Venture, and CIDA Condoms 26,757,957 267,580 support Female Condoms 1,555,174 77,759 Injectables 50 13 IUDs 18,619 81,924 Implants 4,340 13,020 Miso Tabs 61,540 3,846 TOTAL 444,141 33% 13. CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC UNFPA, KfW, World Bank, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1991. and private support Condoms 1,892,700 18,927 Female Condoms 14,804 740 TOTAL 19,667 -57% 14. CHINA Private support Source: DKT Started by DKT in 1996. Condoms 40,946,190 409,462 IUDs 142,552 627,229 EC 29,246 2,089 TOTAL 1,038,780 102% 14.1 CHINA II Private support Source: DKT Started by DKT in 2011. Condoms 1,967,472 19,675 TOTAL 19,675 NA % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2013 PRODUCT SALES CYP FROM 2012 4 15. COLOMBIA Self-sustaining project Source: PROFAMILIA PROFAMILIA project; started in 1975 with Condoms 9,024,839 90,248 International Planned Parenthood Pills 16,178,502 1,155,607 Federation support. Injectables 3,690,801 922,700 IUDs 55,266 243,170 Implants 152,742 458,226 TOTAL 2,869,952 NA 16. CONGO (DRC/Kinshasa) UNDP, Georgetown University (GU), Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1988. DOD, UNICEF, Proctor & Gamble, Condoms 34,284,264 342,843 World Bank, USAID, CIDA support Free Condoms 6,156,179 30,781 Female Condoms 1,071,109 53,555 Free Female Condoms 675,475 16,887 Pills 864,489 61,749 Injectables 218,591 54,648 IUDs 2,461 10,828 Implants 10,232 30,696 TOTAL 601,987 -36% 16.1 CONGO II (DRC/Kinshasa) Private support, DFID (PUMDUP) Source: DKT Started by DKT in 2009. Condoms 14,403,576 144,036 Pills 163,776 11,698 Injectables 4,147 1,037 IUDs 13,601 59,844 Implants 4,702 14,106 Miso Tabs 29,233 1,827 TOTAL 232,548 62% 17. COTE D'IVOIRE USAID support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1998. Now managed by Condoms 24,098,056 240,981 AIMAS with technical assistance from PSI. Free Condoms 2,439,414 12,197 Female Condoms 1,437 72 Pills 2,562,275 183,020 Injectables 138,244 34,561 EC 289,319 20,666 TOTAL 491,496 16% 18. COSTA RICA KfW, Global Fund, USAID, The Bergstorm Source: PSI Started by PSI in 2002. Foundation, Royal Embassy of the Netherlands, Condoms 1,286,450 12,865 Managua, The Summit Foundation TOTAL 12,865 NA 19. CURACAO-ARUBA-ST. MARTIN Prosalud Interamericana Source: PROSALUD Started by PROSALUD in 2011. Pills 13,654 975 EC 267,037 19,074 TOTAL 20,049 NA 20. DOMINICAN REPUBLIC KfW, USAID, and private support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 2003. Condoms 15,016,738 150,167 Free Condoms 1,127,669 5,638 IUDs 17 75 Implants 58 174 TOTAL 156,055 11% 21. EGYPT DKT support Source: DKT Started by DKT in 2004. Condoms 1,464,228 14,642 Pills 95 7 IUDs 390,774 1,719,406 EC 134,699 104,588 Miso Tabs 11,933,000 745,813 VFT 544,884 4,541 TOTAL 2,588,996 83% 22. EL SALVADOR USAID, KfW, DOD, Dutch support Source: PSI Founded by PSI/El Salvador Condoms 2,348,472 23,485 (PASMO) in 1998. Female Condoms 2,000 100 IUDs 6,506 28,626 Implants 130 390 Miso Tabs 7,000 438 TOTAL 53,039 -23% % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2013 PRODUCT SALES CYP FROM 2012 5 23. ETHIOPIA Dutch government, Irish, DFID, Source: DKT Implemented by DKT in 1990. and private support Condoms 58,237,073 582,371 Female Condoms 7,085 354 Pills 3,391,720 242,266 Injectables 2,525,730 631,433 IUDs 195,007 858,031 Implants 51,134 153,402 EC 1,741,656 124,404 MA 185,222 314,877 MVA Kits 4,420 212,160 Miso Tabs 328,500 20,531 TOTAL 3,139,829 25% 23.1 ETHIOPIA II Global Fund, USAID, UNICEF, Source: PSI Implemented by PSI in 2003. Proctor and Gamble support Free Condoms 33,856,905 169,285 TOTAL 169,285 19% 24. GHANA Private and Dutch support Source: DKT Started by DKT in 2010. Condoms 6,093,076 60,931 Pills 57,194 4,085 IUDs 850 3,740 Implants 4,382 13,146 MA 133,063 226,207 TOTAL 308,109 132% 25. GUATEMALA USAID support Source: IPPF Asocicion Pro-Bienestar de la Familia Condoms 507,106 5,071 de Guatemala (APROFAM); started by Pills 435,008 31,072 Juarez and Associates in 1983. Injectables 157,403 39,351 IUDs 2,504 11,018 Implants 9,662 28,986 TOTAL 115,497 7% 25.1 GUATEMALA II Abt Associates, KfW, USAID, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1998. and private support Condoms 10,396,420 103,964 Pills 123,945 8,853 Injectables (1) 49,430 4,119 IUDs 16,649 73,256 Implants 4,268 12,804 Miso Tabs 7,000 438 TOTAL 203,434 16% 26. GUINEA USAID and KfW co-funded Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1990. Condoms 8,347,940 83,479 Pills 273,969 19,569 Injectables 130,208 32,552 TOTAL 135,601 -32% 27. HAITI USAID, UNFPA, Sogebank Foundation, Source: PSI Started by DKT and PSI in 1990. MSH, and World Bank support Condoms 2,714,004 27,140 Female Condoms 1,704 85 Pills 679,690 48,549 Injectables 234,090 58,523 IUDs 410 1,804 TOTAL 136,101 23% 28. HONDURAS KfW and USAID support Source: IPPF Honduras Social Marketing Program; Condoms 658,819 6,588 Managed by the FPA ASHONPLAFA. Pills 1,102,438 78,746 Injectables (1) 77,682 6,474 Injectables 87,389 21,847 IUDs 14,028 61,723 TOTAL 175,378 -34% 28.1 HONDURAS II KfW, Abt Associates, Summit Foundation Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1998. and private support Condoms 3,601,104 36,011 TOTAL 36,011 -2% 29. INDIA I Government of India (GOI) Project Source: GOI Nirodh Deluxe and Mala-D, Mala-N. (figures are for fiscal year ended Condoms (Nirodh D.) 259,563,681 2,595,637 (Does not include any brands listed 3/31/14) Free Condoms 414,000,000 2,070,000 for India II - VII.) Pills (Mala-D) 12,186,792 870,485 Free Pills 2,070,000 295,714 TOTAL 5,831,836 -38% % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2013 PRODUCT SALES CYP FROM 2012 6 29.1 INDIA II (Masti and Pearl) GOI, KfW, DFID, USAID support Source: PSI PSI/India, 1988. (calendar year data, 2013) Condoms 134,371,272 1,343,713 Female Condoms 4,009 200 Pills 15,646,267 1,117,591 Injectables 34,247 8,562 IUDs 192,015 844,866 MA 286,589 487,201 TOTAL 3,802,133 -3% 29.2 INDIA III (Sawan, Bliss, No report this year; data from 2012 Source: GOI Milan and Ecroz) Condoms (3 brands) 44,919,000 449,190 Parivar Seva Sanstha, 1988. Pills (Ecroz) 1,267,800 90,557 TOTAL 539,747 NA 29.3 INDIA IV (Zaroor, Choice, XXX) USAID, GOI, and private support Source: DKT DKT/India (Mumbai), 1992. (calendar year 2014) Condoms 46,258,982 462,590 Pills 11,123,203 794,515 Injectables (3) 105,735 26,434 IUDs 73,790 324,676 EC 93,630 6,688 MA 735,465 1,250,291 MVA Kits 517 24,816 TOTAL 2,890,008 -4% 29.4 INDIA V (Apsara, Mithun, Style) Packard and private support Source: DKT Bihar-based project started by DKT in (calendar year 2013) Condoms 14,463,721 144,637 1996; now managed by Janani. Pills 1,526,406 109,029 Injectables 127,650 31,913 IUDs 23,243 102,269 EC 49,632 3,545 MA 170,850 290,445 TOTAL 681,838 151% 29.5 INDIA VI (Ahsas, Thril, Flavoured) MSI support Source: MSI Started by MSI/PHS (Population Health (calendar year 2013) Condoms 94,959,784 949,598 Services) in 1999. (India I totals include Pills 6,940,066 495,719 3.0 million Mala-D pills and 10.0 million Injectables 268,777 67,194 Nirodh sold by PHS.) IUDs 34,275 150,810 EC 383,428 27,388 MA 971,393 1,651,368 TOTAL 3,342,077 32% 29.6 INDIA VII Private support Source: WHP Started by World Health Partners in 2009. Condoms 3,482,866 34,829 Pills 519,358 37,097 IUDs 28,118 123,719 EC 390 28 MA 147,215 250,266 TOTAL 445,938 795% 29.7 INDIA VIII MSI support Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2013. Condoms 1,880,640 18,806 (separate from India VI.) Pills 21,000 1,500 EC 500 36 MA 35,386 60,156 TOTAL 80,498 NA 30. INDONESIA Private support Source: DKT Started by DKT in 1996. Condoms 144,523,936 1,445,239 Female Condoms 8,785 439 Pills 25,855,706 1,846,836 Injectables (3) 8,468,223 2,117,056 Injectables (1) 4,689,418 390,785 IUDs 184,661 812,508 Implants 7,069 21,207 EC 21,357 1,526 Other 23,239 TOTAL 6,658,835 5% 31. KENYA DFID support Source: PSI Started by DKT and PSI in 1989. Condoms 35,522,352 355,224 Free Condoms 21,464,696 107,323 Pills 2,897,040 206,931 Injectables 498,189 124,547 IUDs 28,269 124,384 Implants 40,799 122,397 TOTAL 1,040,806 45% % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2013 PRODUCT SALES CYP FROM 2012 7 32. LAOS USAID (AIDSMark), Global Fund, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1999. Ministry of Health and UN support Condoms 4,677,569 46,776 Female Condoms 1,007 50 Pills 15,853 1,132 Injectables 5,475 1,369 IUDs 821 3,612 Miso Tabs 20,000 1,250 TOTAL 54,190 5% 33. LESOTHO USAID and Dutch support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 2001. Condoms 3,270,060 32,701 Free Condoms 13,818,600 69,093 Female Condoms 1,140,660 57,033 TOTAL 158,827 48% 34. MADAGASCAR USAID, Global Fund, Source: PSI Started by SOMARC in 1996; Women Health Project support, Condoms 10,668,052 106,681 now managed by PSI. and private foundations Free Condoms 2,928,652 14,643 Female Condoms 42,144 2,107 Pills 3,121,428 222,959 Injectables 1,791,016 447,754 IUDs 28,395 124,938 Implants 6,053 18,159 TOTAL 937,241 1% 35. MALAWI USAID and KfW support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1994. Condoms 10,552,000 105,520 Free Condoms 5,001,479 25,007 Female Condoms 99,707 4,985 Free Female Condoms 506,330 12,658 Pills 47,228 3,373 Injectables 22,929 5,732 IUDs 375 1,650 Implants 7,267 21,801 TOTAL 180,728 52% 35.1 MALAWI II MSI, Norwegian government, Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2004. DFID PFPS Grants, Wellspring Grants Condoms 3,444,260 34,443 Pills 210 15 Injectables 40 10 TOTAL 34,468 NA 36. MALI Global Fund, USAID, KfW, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 2000. Netherlands Government, CIDA and Condoms 19,220,910 192,209 UNFPA Female Condoms 3,524 176 Pills 1,482,567 105,898 Injectables 501,016 125,254 IUDs 17,531 77,136 Implants 31,170 93,510 TOTAL 594,183 -1% 37. MEXICO Private support Source: DKT Started by DKT in 2002. Condoms 20,724,320 207,243 IUDs 41,160 181,104 EC 27,678 1,977 Miso Tabs 10,248 641 TOTAL 390,965 160% 38. MONGOLIA UNFPA and MSI support Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2000. Condoms 5,051,087 50,511 Female Condoms 1,528 76 Pills 188,270 13,448 Injectables 12 3 IUDs 18,187 80,023 EC 108,885 7,778 TOTAL 151,838 24% 39. MOROCCO Private support Source: DKT Started by DKT in 2010. Condoms 125,502 1,255 IUDs 10,233 45,025 TOTAL 46,280 NA 40. MOZAMBIQUE DFID and GTZ support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1995. Condoms 19,470,308 194,703 Free Condoms 1,139,875 5,699 Female Condoms 26,384 1,319 Free Female Condoms 6,199 155 IUDs 189 832 Implants 188 564 TOTAL 203,272 5% % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2013 PRODUCT SALES CYP FROM 2012 8 40.1 MOZAMBIQUE UNFPA, PSI, and private support Source: DKT Started by DKT in 2008. Condoms 2,619,368 26,194 Pills 140,937 10,067 Injectables 8,510 2,128 IUDs 2,487 10,943 Implants 8,362 25,086 EC 52,292 3,735 MVA Kits 166 7,968 Miso Tabs 61,470 3,842 TOTAL 89,962 -41% 41. NAMIBIA USAID, The Global Fund, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1997; managed by UD Department of Defense Free Condoms 9,064,577 45,323 Society for Family Health, a member Free Female Condoms 51,545 1,289 of PSI's global network. TOTAL 46,612 NA 42. NEPAL No report this year; data from 2012 Source: AED Started in 1976. Nepal Social Condoms 13,774,080 137,741 Marketing and Franchise project. Pills 1,463,300 104,521 Injectables 514,176 116,858 IUDs 1,254 5,518 Implants 831 2,493 EC 392,042 28,003 TOTAL 395,134 NA 42.1 NEPAL II MSI support Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2002. Condoms 1,842,058 18,421 Pills 33,206 2,372 TOTAL 20,792 -58% 42.2 NEPAL III Global Fund support Source: PSI Activated by PSI in 2009. IUDs 38,720 154,880 Implants 797 2,391 MA 45,470 77,299 TOTAL 234,570 -4% 43. NICARAGUA Abt Associates, USAID, KfW, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1998. Dutch Embassy, and private support Condoms 4,270,954 42,710 Pills 47,915 3,423 IUDs 4,489 19,752 Implants 1,083 3,249 TOTAL 69,133 -19% 44. NIGER KfW Source: Animas Sutura The Association Nigerienne de Condoms 10,055,196 100,552 Marketing Social 2006. Pills 446,778 31,913 TOTAL 132,465 25% 45. NIGERIA DFID, USAID, and private support Source: PSI Started by PSI and DKT in 1988-90. Condoms 178,105,703 1,781,057 Now managed by Society for Family Health Free Condoms 9,597,456 47,987 with technical assistance from PSI. Female Condoms 526,534 26,327 Pills 6,525,858 466,133 Injectables (3) 1,093,003 273,251 Injectables (2) 964,530 160,755 Injectables (1) 44,523 3,710 IUDs 112,222 493,777 Implants 39,467 118,401 EC 646,279 46,163 Miso Tabs 56,210 3,513 TOTAL 3,421,073 -4% 46. PAKISTAN KfW, USAID, and private support Source: PSI Program started by PSI Marketing Condoms 123,326,610 1,233,266 Associates in 1986. Cooperating agency: Pills 1,391,935 99,424 PSI and Greenstar Social Marketing. Injectables (3) 520,496 130,124 Injectables (2) 533,775 88,963 Injectables (1) 145,040 12,087 IUDs 619,085 2,723,974 EC 1,827,252 130,518 Implants 773 2,319 TOTAL 4,420,674 74% % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2013 PRODUCT SALES CYP FROM 2012 9 46.1 PAKISTAN II Funded by MSI Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2003. Condoms 8,213,332 82,133 TOTAL 82,133 -40% 46.2 PAKISTAN III Funded by DKT Source: DKT Started by DKT in 2012. Condoms 4,545,204 45,452 Pills 158,448 11,318 Injectables (1) 6,143 512 Injectables (3) 10,375 2,594 IUDs 28,680 126,192 EC 43,373 3,098 Miso Tabs 810,795 50,675 TOTAL 239,840 877% 47. PANAMA USAID and private support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1996. Condoms 2,997,960 29,980 TOTAL 29,980 -6% 48. PARAGUAY Self sustaining project Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1996. Condoms 2,477,291 24,773 Pills 683,416 48,815 EC 269,267 19,233 TOTAL 92,822 1% 49. PERU USAID support Source: APROPO Apoyo a Programas de Poblacion; started Condoms 23,609,595 236,096 by SOMARC and APROPO in 1984. TOTAL 236,096 11% 49.1 PERU II Support maintained through Source: PROSALUD Started by APPRENDE in 2002. commercial activities of FARMAGE Pills 116,151 8,297 EC 272,294 19,450 VFT 23,445 195 TOTAL 27,941 -21% 50. PHILIPPINES Self sustaining program Source: DKT Implemented by DKT in 1990; Condoms 34,075,028 340,750 managed by DKT. Pills 26,532,624 1,895,187 Injectables 1,270,208 317,552 IUDs 15,533 68,345 TOTAL 2,621,835 -11% 51. RWANDA DFID, Netherlands Government Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1993. KfW, USAID, and Global Fund Condoms 12,308,141 123,081 PSI Rwanda and SFH Rwanda. support Free Condoms 1,308,000 6,540 Pills 56,622 4,044 Injectables 20,700 5,175 Implants 320 960 TOTAL 139,801 5% 52. SENEGAL KfW and USAID support Source: PSI Started by USAID in 1994, then spun off Condoms 7,046,800 70,468 into (ADEMAS) and partnered with PSI Pills 500,256 35,733 in 2011. Injectables 13,196 3,299 TOTAL 109,500 93% 53. SOUTH AFRICA USAID, Dutch government, EF Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1992. (PSI), Government of South Africa Condoms 68,851,774 688,518 support Free Condoms 82,302,000 411,510 Female Condoms 203,308 10,165 Free Female Condoms 1,014,000 25,350 TOTAL 1,135,543 5% 54. SRI LANKA IPPF Source: FPA Sri Lanka Started by PSI and IPPF in 1973; Condoms 11,037,748 110,377 now managed by Family Planning Pills 2,086,050 149,004 Association of Sri Lanka. Injectables 197,416 49,354 IUDs 431 1,896 EC 1,563,768 111,698 TOTAL 422,329 NA 54.1 SRI LANKA II Managed by Population Services Source: MSI/SL Started by MSI in 1993. Lanka Condoms 4,264,547 42,645 Pills 22,363 1,597 EC 2,803 200 TOTAL 44,443 -1% % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2013 PRODUCT SALES CYP FROM 2012 10 % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2013 PRODUCT SALES CYP FROM 2012 55. SUDAN Private support Source: DKT Started by DKT in 2004. Condoms 1,354,400 13,544 Pills 270,361 19,312 IUDs 13,864 61,002 Implants 4,633 13,899 MVA Kits 1,453 69,744 Miso Tabs 360,000 22,500 TOTAL 200,001 -87% 55.1 SOUTH SUDAN II USAID, Global Fund, MSH, and FHI Source: PSI Started by PSI in 2005. support Condoms 1,256,596 12,566 Free Condoms 1,506,900 7,535 TOTAL 20,101 -33% 56. SWAZILAND USAID (AIDSMark) and Source: PSI Started by PSI in 2001. Dutch government support Condoms 996,936 9,969 Free Condoms 4,791,984 23,960 Female Condoms 120,000 6,000 TOTAL 39,929 -25% 57. TANZANIA USAID, Global Fund, KfW, Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1993. and Dutch government support Condoms 99,897,115 998,971 Free Condoms 9,540,680 47,703 Female Condoms 1,717,560 85,878 Pills 3,469,392 247,814 Injectables 412,770 103,193 IUDs 57,137 251,403 Implants 24,195 72,585 EC 37,920 2,709 Miso Tabs 1,075,928 67,246 TOTAL 1,877,501 39% 57.1 TANZANIA II USAID support Source: FHI 360 T-MARC Project. Condoms 12,131,856 121,319 Female Condoms 1,139,400 56,970 Pills 2,087,712 149,122 TOTAL 327,411 10% 58.THAILAND DKT support Source: DKT Started by DKT in 2008. Condoms 1,296,576 12,966 Pills 239,224 17,087 IUDs 7,220 31,768 TOTAL 61,821 25% 59.TOGO USAID and Global Fund support Source: PSI Started by SOMARC in 1992, Condoms 2,382,800 23,828 transferred to PSI in 1998. Free Condoms 1,414,735 7,074 Female Condoms 23,193 1,160 Pills 114,409 8,172 Injectables 46,326 11,582 IUDs 3,813 16,777 Implants 26,091 78,273 TOTAL 146,865 -3% 60.TURKEY DKT support Source: DKT Started by DKT in 2008. Condoms 5,075,914 50,759 IUDs 21,745 95,678 TOTAL 146,437 313% 61. UGANDA CDC and private support Source: PSI Started by SOMARC in 1991; Cooperating agency: PSI Condoms 2,497,914 24,979 transferred to CMS in 1998; Free Condoms 4,110,196 20,551 transferred to AIDSMark in 2003. Free Female Condoms 254,000 6,350 Pills 32,574 2,327 Injectables 22,590 5,648 IUDs 94,029 413,728 Implants 52,776 158,328 Miso Tabs 299,414 18,713 TOTAL 650,623 29% 61.1 UGANDA II KfW support Source: MSI Uganda Started by MSI in 1997; managed by MSI. Condoms 7,000,620 70,006 TOTAL 70,006 -52% 11 62. VENEZUELA Support from commercial sector Source: Prosalud Started by PROSALUD in 1992. and local embassies Condoms 862,092 8,621 Pills 615,260 43,947 Injectables 415,814 103,954 EC 3,351,885 279,324 TOTAL 435,845 32% 63. VIET NAM DFID, EC, and IPPF support Source: MSI Implemented by MSI in 1989. IUDs 6,847 27,388 MA 440,932 749,584 TOTAL 776,972 680% 63.1 VIET NAM II DKT support Source: DKT Implemented by DKT in 1993. Condoms 7,714,856 77,149 Pills 2,502,375 178,741 IUDs 5 22 EC 4,184 349 MA 104 177 MVA Kits 323 15,504 TOTAL 271,941 -66% 63.2 VIET NAM III USAID, PACT support Source: PSI Implemented by PSI in 2005. Condoms 7,084,622 70,846 Free Condoms 4,362,418 21,812 Female Condoms 27,400 1,370 Free Female Condoms 7,062 177 TOTAL 94,205 11% 64. YEMEN KfW support Source: MSI Started by MSI in 2001. Condoms 3,556,704 35,567 Pills 947,748 67,696 Injectables 200,539 50,135 IUDs 54,674 240,566 TOTAL 393,964 10% 65. ZAMBIA USAID, UNFPA, WHP, KfW support Source: PSI Started by PSI in 1992. Condoms 32,809,792 328,098 Female Condoms 297,776 14,889 Free Condoms 157,500 788 Free Female Condoms 96,000 2,400 Pills 2,477,306 176,950 Injectables 2,172 543 IUDs 15,310 67,364 Implants 30,910 92,730 Miso Tabs 119,988 7,499 TOTAL 691,261 23% 66. ZIMBABWE USAID, DFID, and Packard Source: PSI Started by SOMARC in 1988. Partnership Funds support Condoms 28,077,040 280,770 Female Condoms 1,589,720 79,486 Free Female Condoms 37,000 925 Pills 69,900 4,993 Injectables 24,836 6,209 IUDs 1,100 4,840 Implants 8,400 25,200 EC 123,332 10,278 TOTAL 412,701 14% GRAND TOTAL 69,917,089 % CHANGE PROGRAM REMARKS 2013 PRODUCT SALES CYP FROM 2012 * 1 CYP equals 100 Condoms; 200 Free Condoms; 14 Pill cycles; 4 Injections (3 mos) or 6 Injections (2 mos) or 12 Injections (1 mo); 20 Female Condoms; 14 EC; .33 Implants; .23 IUDs; .59 MA Doses; .0208 MVA Kits; 16 Miso. ** Medical abortion (MA) = mifepristone and misoprostol sold in combination. [To view reports dating back to 1991, visit our website.] 12 Best Programs The following programs qualify for the “Best Programs” list by • delivering more than 300,000 CYPs, and • reaching more than 9% of their target markets. Ranked by Program Size Ranked by Percent of Target Market* Cambodia Zambia Colombia Madagascar Tanzania Ethiopia Mali Zimbabwe Egypt Bangladesh Cote D'Ivoire Philippines Pakistan Nigeria Indonesia Cameroon Uganda South Africa Yemen 39.9% 33.4% 30.4% 26.2% 26.2% 24.7% 23.9% 17.2% 16.1% 14.0% 13.6% 13.6% 13.5% 13.4% 13.0% 12.6% 12.4% 12.1% 9.5% 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 Indonesia Bangladesh Pakistan Nigeria Ethiopia Colombia Philippines Egypt Tanzania South Africa Cambodia Madagascar Zambia Uganda Mali Cote D'Ivoire Cameroon Zimbabwe Yemen 6,658,835 4,438,906 4,420,674 3,421,073 3,139,829 2,869,952 2,621,835 2,588,996 1,877,501 1,135,543 1,101,996 937,241 691,261 650,623 594,183 491,496 444,141 412,701 393,964 0 1,000,000 2,000,000 3,000,000 4,000,000 5,000,000 6,000,000 7,000,000 8,000,000 * Target market calculated as 75% of women aged 15–49.

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