When It Comes To Condoms, One Size Does Not Fit All Africans
When used consistently and correctly, condoms are highly effective in preventing HIV - but as much as they are a critical component in a comprehensive and sustainable approach to the prevention of the pandemic, they can only be effective if they fit. Yet inconsistent and incorrect use are some of the challenges impeding the condom programme's successes, there have been complaints from several countries on the continent that the condoms on the market are too small.
Monitor, 30 October 2017
Youth in Karamoja sub-region have asked the Health ministry to make condoms that fit everybody, saying the current sizes are small and slide off during sexual intercourse. Read more »
The Herald, 25 September 2017
Higher and tertiary institutions should be well-supplied with condoms if the country is to close the tap to new HIV infections, the National Aids Council (NAC) has said. Read more »