Aid agencies spend over $800 million a year on education programs increasing the demands for condoms for the prevention of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections by promoting and teaching their proper use. Yet condom use is very low in many parts of the developing world, especially in rural areas. AIR participated in a study related to the role of price and access in affecting the demand for condoms in Zambia.
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Large numbers of Zambian children suffer from nutrition-related disorders such as low birth weight, wasting, being underweight, chronic malnutrition, and various nutrient deficiencies. AIR and its partners are evaluating the First 1000 Most Critical Days Program, which addresses these issues by targeting households with pregnant women or children under two for maternal and child nutrition and health services.