Condom use is an important biomedical intervention for preventing HIV and sexually transmitted infections, as well as for family planning. In Malawi, gaps in information exist that affect efforts to implement a comprehensive condom program nationwide. HP+ implemented a national-, district-, and community-level assessment of condom distribution and reporting across public and private sectors in Malawi and documented how data are being used to inform programming and resupply of both male and female condoms. This report, the result of HP+’s assessment, is intended to identify key public and private stakeholders and establish initial estimates for the total condom market, describe the systems in place for condom distribution and access, and identify current gaps and opportunities for scaling up condom distribution.
Cisek, C. and F. Khomani. 2018. Condom Distribution and Reporting Assessment: Strengthening Linkages at National, District, Facility, and Community Levels in Malawi. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus. USAID DEC: PA-00S-WM9
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