Just in Case Inc. to Donate 10,000 JIC Condom Compacts to Women's Non-Profit Groups Nationwide
DONATIONS & PARTNERSHIPS – ONE®
Because someone needs to be physically present at the delivery location, at this time, NYSCondom can only process orders from entities or organizations that can assure that product delivery will be completed and received by your organization. Please note, it may take up to 6 weeks from the time of your order for supplies to be delivered. If your organization or entity is closed or providing limited in-person services due to COVID, please re-assess your current stock of safer sex supply items and consider ordering products at a later time. If you have any questions, please email NYSCondom health. This partnership will increase the number of New Yorkers that have access to safer sex supplies. Its purpose is to increase the availability of condoms to prevent the transmission of HIV and many other sexually transmitted diseases STDs. Male insertive and female receptive condoms, when used correctly and consistently, are very effective in preventing the sexual transmission of these infections.
Condoms & Safer Sex Supplies
We make it possible for all women to have options when it comes to their reproductive health — no matter where they live. Over , people have gained access to sexual and reproductive health information via the EECO website in Zambia. Over health care providers in Kenya and South Africa partnered with WCG to improve access to high-quality reproductive health services. WCG has registered 16 health products in over countries globally. WCG recognizes that the achievement of sustainable goals requires collaboration.
In , IPPF provided over 5 million female condoms. As with the traditional male condom, the female condom is the only contraception method that prevents against HIV, other STIs, and unplanned pregnancy. Most importantly it offers women a choice - which is crucial as individuals have diverse needs in differing situations. September 16, marks the second annual Global Female Condom Day — a day of education and advocacy to increase awareness, access, and use of female condoms. The female condom is not just for women and people of all genders can use it for vaginal and anal sex.