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Universal Access to Female Condoms

Unplanned pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections, including HIV, ruin human lives and economies. Female condoms provide complete protection and give women more control over safe sex. The Universal Access to Female Condoms (UAFC) Joint Programme strives to make them available, accessible and affordable for all.

Our information and tools help you to join this mission.

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Misconceptions on female condoms debunked

Are female condoms noisy? No, not at all. Still, this and many more myths and misconceptions about female condoms exist, which may cause a barrier for individuals to use this protection method. Rutgers and Association for Reproductive and Family Health (ARFH) developed an advocacy brief to counter these falsehoods, based on evidence. This advocacy brief is a product of the […]

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Evaluation parallel programming: enthusiasm about choice in female condoms

Health care providers welcome a choice in female condoms, but they need training to provide their clients with quality information on these products. This is one of the outcomes of the evaluation of parallel programming of female condoms in South Africa. Parallel programming means supporting the distribution of more than one female condom type. The more choice in methods for […]

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Female condom booth at Women Deliver

The Women Deliver conference, from 16 to 19 May in Copenhagen, accommodates a special female condom booth. Together with Association for Reproductive & Family Health (ARFH) from Nigeria, Rutgers will provide information on the benefits and use of female condoms and showcase our activities to increase the worldwide access to this protection method. We will give female condom demonstrations and visitors […]

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