Willingness to Pay for Male and Female Condoms Among Urban Kenyans

View knowledge product

This study aimed to generate evidence on the potential market in the commercial sector by exploring the ability and willingness to pay among condom users in urban Kenya. This research informs future condom pricing strategies based on population income quintiles. Based on the relevance and applicability of this study, it can be replicated in other settings and countries. The results of the study will be crucial in determining relevant strategies for expanding access to condoms across all sectors.

Knowledge product details

  • Small Grants

  • 2016

  • Kenya

  • Contraception

  • Share-Net International

  • Research Report

KP creators involved

Download Knowledge Products

This document is a result of a study on willingness to pay for male and female condoms in Kenya conducted by i+solutions, Netherlands and Muthaa Community Development Foundation, Kenya to inform the development of strategies for enhanced private sector engagement in condom supply and distribution.

KP creators involved


i+solutions’ vision is a world where all medical unmet needs are addressed with innovative solutions. Their mission is to save and improve lives by creating well-functioning health supply chains, ensuring all have access to diagnosis and medical treatment when needed. i+solutions is the leading procurement service agent (PSA) for HIV and malaria treatments, PPE and oxygen plants under the Global Fund’s Pooled Procurement Mechanism. i+solutions also works as PSA for other global donors and local governments. i+solutions drives an innovative agenda to improve global health supply chains and combines procurement, training, project management, quality assurance and technical expertise to make a difference from the first to the last mile, closing the gap between patient and medicine.