The Global Female Condom Day film screenings ranged from a festive film event in Illinois (USA) sponsored by the Chicago Female Condom Campaign featuring a live DJ and a radio personality, to a cinema-style showing in Nigeria organised by UAFC's partner, the Society for Family Health, with a discussion panel that included a doctor from local government, a community programmer, and the UN Population Fund.
PATH, UAFC, CHANGE, and NFCC developed the "Female Condoms Are--" Film Contest to document what female condoms mean to women and men worldwide and to use these stories as vehicles for advocacy with policymakers and other stakeholders.
has also supported several new FCs in various stages of their development and manufacturing.
The Universal Access to the Female Condom (UAFC
) Joint Programme is a collaboration between Oxfam Novib, the World Population Foundation, IDA Solutions, and the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs which aims to make female condoms widely available through support for advocacy, programming and research.
A new female condom project, Universal Access to Female Condoms (UAFC
), was launched in 2009, which provides substantial funding for large-scale female condom programmes and procurement in two countries, Nigeria and Cameroon, supported by SIDA, Danida, Hewlett Foundation and the Netherlands Ministry of Development Cooperation.