In 2012, Bayer HealthCare committed to providing more than US$8.4 million in financial support to increase contraceptive awareness and knowledge about sexual and reproductive health among adolescents and youth worldwide through the provision of medically accurate and unbiased sexual education via national, regional, and global programs. In addition, Bayer committed to improving—in collaboration with other civil society organizations, NGOs, advocacy groups, and governments—the sexual and reproductive health of young people with the goal of ensuring that every pregnancy is wanted. Bayer also expanded its youth-centric health programs focusing on the “positive disruptions” made by young leaders in family planning to increase media coverage of young leaders’ achievements in policy agenda setting, resource mobilization, and program work, and to enhance the visibility of family planning as a core contributor to the global development agenda.
Bayer HealthCare FP2020 Commitment
Bayer HealthCare commits to expand its successful youth-centric health programs over the coming five years under the umbrella of the World Contraception Day initiative.
Bayer halves price of contraceptive implant
Bayer will halve the price of its contraceptive implant Jadelle until 2023 for women living in poor countries around the world.
Bayer HealthCare Revitalized FP2020 Commitment
In support of the Global Strategy for Women’s, Children’s and Adolescents’ Health Bayer commits to expand its successful youth-centric health programs under the umbrella of the World Contraception Day (WCD) and the associated “It’s Your Life – It’s Your Future” campaign.
Bayer HealthCare FP2020 Commitment Self-reporting Questionnaire 2018
Implant Access Program: Expanding Family Planning Options for Women
A group of public and private organizations collaborated to make Bayer’s Jadelle® and MSD’s Implanon NXT® available to women in the world’s poorest countries at price reductions of approximately 50% through 2018 (price reductions subsequently extended to 2023).