GLOBAL FEMALE CONDOM DAY
In 2012, the POW PDP and its partners launched an annual day of education and advocacy for female condoms in countries around the world, which has now reached millions of people. Held on September 16 each year, Global Female Condom (GFCD) day brings together diverse organizations with an interest in health and rights, provides an opportunity for coordinated action and advocacy, and elevates the visibility of female condoms, especially for national decision-makers.
In 2014 and 2015, thousands of supporters around the globe participated in the GFCD Dance4Demand campaign, a wildly popular activity that embodies the power of female condom advocacy. Participants rallied to dance in public, documented their events, and shared their video footage and messages through social media. This creative, global activity has provided a platform to band together to take local action, build momentum, and showcase diverse voices demanding greater access to female condoms. Learn more about the activities and impact of GFCD.