Mozambique women fail to take to female condom
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Although it's been available since 1992, the female condom has never really caught on. But NGOs working in the areas of family planning and HIV/Aids have hailed it as one of the best contraceptives for its dual-protection quality: Just like the male condom, it prevents diseases and unwanted pregnancies. In the first of a three-part series on woman's sexual health in Mozambique, a look at the work of the UAFC Joint Programme – a consortium of NGOs promoting the use of female condoms. Why have female condoms not caught on in Mozambique?