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The Female Health Company Executes On Commitment Made At London Summit On Family Planning
Date:2/20/2013

CHICAGO, Feb. 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- At the London Summit on Family Planning in July 2012, The Female Health Company (NASDAQ-CM: FHCO) announced a commitment to increase access to its FC2 Female Condom for women in the world's poorest countries.  The commitment was in response to the Summit's call for Public/Private Partnership support to achieve the goal of providing contraceptive products and related education to an additional 120 million women in 69 of the world's poorest countries by the year 2020.

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The London Summit on Family Planning was hosted by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the U.K. Government with the United Nations Population Fund and other partners.

The Company has taken the following actions in reference to its three-part Public/Private Partnership commitment. 1.

Commitment: Invest up to $14 million over the next six years into reproductive health and HIV/AIDS prevention education and training initiatives in collaboration with global agencies. Action: The Company expects to spend approximately $2.3 million on education and training during FY2013. 2.

Commitment: Aggregate annual FC2 purchases from all major public sector buyers each year to establish volume-based unit pricing for the succeeding year. Action: Sales in 2012 for all major public sector customers were aggregated and volume-based pricing has been determined for calendar 2013. 3.

Commitment: Award major public sector purchasers with FC2 Female Condoms equal to 5% of their total annual units purchased, at no cost to such purchasers. Action: The Company has notified qualifying major public sector customers regarding their entitlement to 5% of the total FC2 units purchased during the initial six-month period from the start of the program o
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