The National, Thursday 2nd May 2013
THE demand for condoms in the country has increased with more people feeling more comfortable in using them, it has been revealed.
Population Services International (PSI) recently recorded a big sale of its Seif Raida condoms to City Pharmacy Ltd Group.
It said in a statement on Tuesday that the sale of 80,000 Seif Raida condoms to CPL was a single record sale.
“This indicates that the demand for condoms in PNG has increased and more everyday Papua New Guineans feel comfortable buying and using condoms,” PSI/PNG country representative Gabriel Ganci said.
“This is a milestone sale for PSI/PNG since establishing the organisation within the country five years ago.”
Ganci acknowledged CPL’s role in promoting healthy living in the community and ensuring and promoting the fight against HIV/AIDS in the country.