Webinar: Breaking Regulatory Barriers for Greater Female Condom Access

A variety of safe and effective female condoms currently exist. However, regulatory hurdles limit new products from entering consumer markets. With the pipeline of new receptive-partner initiated condoms growing, advocates must understand how regulatory issues determine product introduction and approval in their country.

Join the National Female Condom Coalition June 3 at 11:00am EST to learn about:

• Receptive partner-initiated condoms in development
• Link between regulatory environment and female condom access
• Current regulatory issues and obstacles
• Unique advocacy opportunity to break barriers to existing female condoms and pave the way for emerging internal condoms

Panelists will include:
Mags Beksinska, Director, MatCH Research
Coco Jervis, Program Director, National Women’s Health Network
Jessica Terlikowski, Director of Prevention Technology Education, AIDS Foundation of Chicago & National Female Condom Coalition

Register today!

This webinar is presented by the National Female Condom Coalition, and co-sponsored by AIDS Foundation of Chicago, AVAC, California Family Health Council, CONRAD, Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE), International Rectal Microbicide Advocates, MatCH Research, National Women’s Health Network, and Universal Access for Female Condoms Joint Programme.



The National Female Condom Coalition (NFCC) is a partnership of U.S. and U.S.-based advocates, researchers, health departments, community-based and national organizations that advances a mission to increase awareness, acceptance, access, and use of female condoms.

National Female Condom Coalition
200 West Jackson Blvd., Suite 2100
Chicago IL  60606