DKT Indonesia is the world’s largest contraceptive social marketing program, and was established in 1996 with the launch of the Sutra condom (Indonesia’s best-selling condom). In 2001, DKT Indonesia established the Andalan clinical services network and a line of Andalan IUDs and hormonal contraceptives, and introduced Fiesta condoms to the market in 2003. Fiesta has become one of the country’s leading brands, particularly among youth.
Since then, DKT Indonesia has developed a robust network of midwives, who are often the primary health providers for the lower-income and rural populations in Indonesia. DKT partners with midwife associations to provide medical training, contraceptives, and technical support to these essential health care providers.
DKT also partners with the Ministry of Health and other entities like the Indonesian Planned Parenthood Association to expand access to modern methods of contraception. Through training and product procurement (DKT is the government’s largest supplier of IUDs), DKT has helped increase women’s access to highly-effective, long-term contraception.
DKT Indonesia recovers all of its operating expenses each year, and provides financial support to DKT programs in other countries.