A shared value collective of condom market players and other stakeholders to improve the well-being of
young people in India.
To revive the condom market in India by harnessing the power of collective impact to address market constraints and unlock the untapped market potential.
In the News
Mint: The nationwide lockdown of 2020 depressed condom sales by 48% during the first quarter of FY21, an industry body said, adding that it estimates the full-year decline at 35%
Outlook: Released by a group of India’s most prominent condom manufacturers and suppliers, India’s first-ever Condomology report shows a 48% dip in condom sales in India during the lockdown in 2020.
The Statesman: An increase in the number of unplanned pregnancies, unsafe abortions and the rise in the number of STIs serve as a significant barrier for achieving the nation’s goal of sustainable development for the youth.
The Print: Citing data from NFHS 4, the report says nearly 80% of men aged between 20 and 24 did not use a contraceptive with their last sexual partner.