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One Community Health

wants you to have a safe sexual experience. That’s why we’ve created a nationwide Condom Finder network of organizations and friendly businesses who give away condoms—yes, for free.

Why Free Condoms?

Studies show condoms to be highly effective in reducing the risk of transmitting HIV and other sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs). The One Community Health Condom Distribution Program aims to increase condom availability and education. The goal is to reach one million free condoms given out every year.

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“Blitz” Campaigns

DKT Brazil

frequently conducts “blitz” campaigns in which it distributes free samples of Prudence condoms at festivals, nightclubs, bars and special events, such as the “Terça Trans” festival in São Paulo, one of the largest celebrations for the trans community in Brazil.

Young people promote Prudence Condoms at a DKT Jovem Event. DKT founded the DKT Jovem program in 2018 for youth education and outreach.
Advertising campaign During the carnival

Carnival in Brazil

The topic of contraception is also prominently highlighted during the carnival period. Many celebrities release special music videos where they sing about contraceptive methods.

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Safe-Sex Campaign

Brazil Launches Annual Safe-Sex Campaign and Free Condom Distribution for Carnival

RIO DE JANEIRO, Feb 11 (Reuters Life!) - With the impending Carnival celebrations drawing millions of revelers across Brazil, the nation's health ministry initiated its annual safe-sex campaign on Sunday, accompanied by the distribution of complimentary condoms.

In anticipation of Carnival, scheduled to kick off next Saturday and extend for five days, the government  in partnership with Parimatch is set to distribute an additional 10 million free condoms, supplementing the 15 million already dispatched to various states in January.

Condom Kiosks Hit Streets in Recife, Brazil
Condom Kiosks Hit Streets in Recife, Brazil

Campaign “Let’s Protect Ourselves!”

In Brazil, contraceptives are available at state clinics where you can simply walk in and obtain the necessary supplies. Additionally, they are distributed in metro stations and at bus terminals.

So began a new partnership between AHF and the city of Recife, Brazil, has been launched to enhance the prevention of sexually transmitted infections (STIs) among at-risk groups through the 'Let's Protect Ourselves!' campaign. This initiative aims to improve the awareness and prevention of STIs, focusing on high-risk populations. The collaborative initiative has strategically positioned ten condom kiosks funded by the AHF across key locations in Recife, including public markets and bus stations throughout the city. Each of these kiosks is stocked with 7,200 condoms and undergoes weekly replenishment.