Comprehensive Agency Report on Condoms and Lubricants FY 2023

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Condom use has had a transformative impact on the AIDS pandemic. Correct and consistent use of condoms, along with condom-compatible lubricants, offers high protection against HIV, sexually transmitted infections, and unintended pregnancy. Condoms are among the most cost-effective, well-known, and widely used prevention methods.

The Comprehensive Agency Report on Condoms and Lubricants FY2023 captures information on male condoms, female condoms, and lubricants procurement for the PEPFAR and Family Planning/Reproductive Health (FP/RH) programs.

Since the start of the GHSC-PSM project in 2016, 61 countries have ordered condoms and lubricants through GHSC-PSM. Between fiscal year (FY) 2016 and 2023, with funding mainly from the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) Condom Fund, GHSC-PSM procured a total value of $182.1 million condoms and lubricants, consisting of male condoms ($138.9 million), female condoms ($34.7 million), and lubricants ($8.6 million) for 61 countries in Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East, and Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) regions.

In FY 2023, USAID approved procurement for 354.8 million male condoms, 2.6 million female condoms, and 33.8 million lubricants for 30 countries in Africa (25), Asia (3), Europe (1), and LAC (1).