Where We Work

  • Brazil
  • China / Shanghai
  • China / Beijing
  • DR Congo
  • Egypt
  • Ethiopia
  • Ghana
  • India / Bihar
  • India / Mumbai
  • Indonesia
  • Mexico
  • Mozambique
  • Nigeria
  • Pakistan
  • Philippines
  • Sudan
  • Tanzania
  • Thailand
  • Turkey
  • Vietnam
  • Brazil
    Brazil
    DKT has helped grow the Brazilian male commercial condom market with a focus on youth. 1,302,381 CYPs in 2013.
    China, Shanghai
    China, Shanghai
    DKT has become an important private contraceptive distributor in China. 1,038,780 CYPs in 2013
    China, Beijing
    China, Beijing
    DKT is currently registering offices for the Beijing program.
    Congo
    Congo
    DKT DRC is working to make misoprostol available for post-partum hemorrhaging. 242,866 CYPs in 2013
    Egypt
    Egypt
    DKT Egypt works in the private sector to provide high-quality contraceptive products. 2,891,935 CYPs in 2013
    Ethiopia
    Ethiopia
    DKT Ethiopia reaches remote regions, providing family planning & HIV protection. 2,442,890 CYPs in 2013
    Ghana
    Ghana
    DKT Ghana sells a range of products and help ensure contraceptive security nationwide. 10,624 CYPs in 2013
    India, Bihar
    India, Bihar
    DKT Janani runs a social marketing & social franchising program in India’s poorest region. 1,363,085 CYPs in 2013
    India, Mumbai
    India, Mumbai
    DKT operates in 18 of India’s 29 and thirty percent of sales come from rural areas. 2,892,288 CYPs in 2013
    Indonesia
    Indonesia
    DKT Indonesia is the largest private family planning program in the developing world. 7,101,520 CYPs in 2013
    Mexico
    Mexico
    DKT Mexico concentrates on reaching poor and rural areas with high-quality & affordable condoms. 399,941 CYPs in 2013
    Mozambique
    Mozambique
    DKT is providing a wide range of products to support family planning. 100,245 CYPs in 2013.
    Nigeria
    Nigeria
    DKT Nigeria will address Nigeria’s high population with unmet family planning needs by targeting youth with innovative social marketing.
    Pakistan
    Pakistan
    DKT Pakistan’s program called Dhanak sold 1.3 million condoms and 2,800 IUDs in just 2 months of being open (translating to 24,546 CYPs). 283,562 CYPs in 2013.
    Philippines
    Philippines
    The innovative “PopShops” bridge commodity gaps with family planning produces & services. 2,621,835 CYPs in 2013
    Sudan
    Sudan
    DKT Sudan works with government and religious leaders to refurbish government clinics. 212,012 CYPs in 2013
    Tanzania
    Tanzania
    DKT Tanzania anticipates providing a variety of family planning products to help serve those who lack access to contraceptives.
    Thailand
    Thailand
    DKT Thailand focuses on condoms, pills, and IUDs, reaching high-risk groups. 61,821 CYPs in 2013
    Turkey
    Turkey
    DKT Turkey provides affordable, high-quality condoms and IUDs, with a focus on youth. 146,437 CYPs in 2013
    Vietnam
    Vietnam
    DKT’s Vietnam program provides products nationwide, focusing on poor populations.264,325 CYPs in 2013

    DKT International operates 22 programs in Mexico, Brazil, Egypt, Sudan, Ghana, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Mozambique, Democratic Republic of Congo, Turkey, India, Pakistan, Nigeria, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, China, Myanmar, Iran, and the Philippines. In 2013, these programs served almost 24 million couples with family planning products and services.

    DKT’s policies require that its contraceptives be easily affordable to low-income persons. In every country, DKT’s family planning and HIV/AIDS prevention programs price at least one brand of each family planning method within traditional affordability guidelines. Donor costs for these programs are low and declining. In 2013, the cost per couple served was $2.10. This number is low not only because of our efficiency – headquarters and fundraising cost as a percentage of the total budget is two percent – but also because our local program managers generate substantial revenues from the sales of contraceptives.

    All DKT International programs use CYP (Couple Years of Protection) to measure their impact. A CYP is the estimated protection provided by contraceptive methods during a one-year period. It is based on the volume of a particular contraceptive device sold or distributed by DKT. For example, the sale or distribution of 100 condoms equals 1 CYP. Family planning programs use CYPs because they are easy to calculate from routinely collected data. CYPs also enable programs to compare the contraceptive coverage provided by different methods of family planning.