- Lead door-to-door campaigns, health fairs, school demonstrations, and theatre to inform women and men about female condoms
- Dispel common misconceptions about female condoms through support group meetings and community events
- Improve the provision, logistics, and stock management of female condoms in health facilities
- Participate in TV and radio programs about the use of female condoms to increase awareness
- Advocate for female condoms at the policy level through engagement with key stakeholders and participation in the annual Global Female Condom Day on September 16
Increasing Demand and Accessibility to Female Condoms
The female condom was introduced into Mozambique’s public health system in 2008. As of 2011, only 45% of women and 78% of men reported knowing about this method of contraception. We work in five provinces of Mozambique—Gaza, Inhambane, Maputo City, Maputo Province, and Nampula—to build an enabling environment conducive to increasing the demand for and access to female condoms.