Maximum Classic

Launched in 1992.  A male condom that’s is easy to use, flexible, strong sheath of latex which fits over the penis like a second skin. The male condom offers protection from unplanned pregnancies and sexually transmitted infections (STI), including HIV and Human Papillomavirus (HPV). It is a safe product when used correctly and consistently. The scented variant of the male maximum brand include three flavors (strawberry, banana and chocolate) that’s were launched in 2004.

Safe plan Launched in 1996. An oral contraceptive for woman that prevents un- planned pregnancies.  When taken correctly it is up to 99.9 % effective. However, the pill does not protect against sexual transmitted disease including HIV/AIDS.

Clorin                    

Launched in 1998.  This Popular easy to use water treatment solution has given Zambian households access to affordable and effective water purification mechanism averting significant number of deaths and disabilities adjusted life years along the way. Clorine is a nationally recognized product.

MyChoice Injectable

Launched in 2006. An effective safe form of contraception. Each box contains 3 cycles of 28 pills each.

Voluntary Male Medical Circumcision(VMMC)

Launched in 2006. SFH used unrestricted seed funding to demonstrate the feasibility of scaling up the provision of VMMC services through public-private partnerships. With additional funding, between 2009 and 2016, the program grew to support over 60% male circumcisions countrywide.

MyChoice IUD

Launched in 2008. A long Acting Reversible contraceptive (LARC) device that lasts up to five years, this form of contraception gives a woman longer term family planning options.

Mama Safenite

From 2009 to 2014, SFH, through USAID funding, partnered with the National Malaria Control Center to distribute over 3.9 million Long Lasting Insecticide Nets (LLIN) nationwide including the Mama Safenite brand.

Maximum Diva

Launched in 2016.   A new and improved female condom offering non-hormonal protection against unplanned preg­nancy and sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including HIV and Human Papil­lomavirus (HPV). Developed by PATH, the product’s unique design features allow for easy insertion and removal, a secure fit, and good sensation. Available in all leading chemist and pharmacies in Lusaka.