Female Health Company
In 2012, Female Health Company committed to providing US$1.65 million in savings per year for eight years based on a bonus of 5 percent of 60 million current public sector volume units worldwide (US$1.13 million in savings per year for eight years, 5 percent of estimated 41 million units annually in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia) in “no cost” product. The distribution of the bonus product will be at the public sector’s discretion and savings will increase as the public sector volume increases. Additionally, Female Health Company also pledged to invest US$14 million in training and education over six years.
Female Health Company FP2020 Commitment
Female Health Company commits US $1.65 million in savings per year for eight years based on a bonus of 5% of 60 million current public sector volume units worldwide (US $1.13 million in savings per year for eight years, 5% of estimated 41 million units annually in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia) in “no cost” product
The Female Health Company Executes On Commitment Made At London Summit On Family Planning
The Company has taken the following actions in reference to its three-part Public/Private Partnership commitment.
Female Health Company FP2020 Commitment Self-reporting Questionnaire 2014
FHC remains committed to the FP2020 strategic family planning goals.
Female Health Company Revitalized FP2020 Commitment
During the London Summit in 2012 FHC pledged to invest up to $14 million over the next six years into reproductive health and HIV/AIDS prevention education and training initiatives and award major public sector purchasers with FC2 Female Condoms equal to 5% of their total annual units purchased, at no cost to such purchasers. We have fulfilled the above pledge and wish to commit to a new pledge:Based on the procurement quantity of the purchasing country/or donor, the Female Health Company pledges to provide accompanying technical support free of charge, in the form of master training; educational materials; and demonstration models to ensure sustainable FC2 female condom programs in that particular country. The introduction of the FC2 female condom in a country needs significant additional support in demand creation, in the form of education, training, and (marketing) materials, in order to create sustainable programs in country and ensure uptake and use of the commodity. Female Health Company recognizes this need and as a social enterprise, hereby pledges to enter into a public private partnership with those purchasing/receiving countries of the FC2 female condom and take the responsibility for accompanying technical support based on the procurement number.