Condoms are popular in Mukuru… any possibility that unattended children in the slums might be ballooning used condoms?


“Kenyans can’t just get enough of Trust, we have had to divert some of the Salama brand to satisfy the gap in condom shortage,” says the official.
A spot check at Mama Lucy Hospital in Mukuru reveals that currently, the condom dispenser is empty, and it has been empty for weeks.
“Whenever we fill the dispenser, the condoms disappear in hours, men queue and get as much as they can,”  says a nurse at the hospital.


This from the movie ‘Blue Crush’- mothers, wives and lovers hate irresponsibly disposed used condoms

Condoms are also being used to promote greater awareness about the connections between sex, population growth, and environmental degradation. The Tucson, Arizona-based Center for Biological Diversity distributed 100,000 free condoms for Valentine’s Day this year. Called Endangered Species Condoms, the packaging explains that overpopulation threatens to kill off tens of thousands of plants and animals. Decor­ating the boxes is artwork depicting threatened wildlife and slogans such as “Wrap with care, save the polar bear” or “Cover your tweedle, save the burying beetle.”