World Recognizes First-Ever Global Female Condom Day
September 13, 2012
Wednesday marked "the first-ever Global Female Condom Day, and women and men around the world are ... speaking out for increased recognition of a prevention method that is too often overlooked," Patricia Coffey, head of the Maternal, Neonatal, and Reproductive Health Technologies Group at PATH, writes in USAID's "Impact Blog," adding, "Female condoms offer women -- and men -- dual protection from unintended pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV" (9/12). "Global Female Condom Day sounds whimsical, but the organizers have a serious purpose," blog editor Kathleen Donnelly writes in the PATH Blog. She continues, "They want to draw attention to tools that 'have the potential to revolutionize safer sex for diverse populations around the world'" (9/12).
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