blog
Featured Posts

For women who are trying to avoid pregnancy, this is a problem. Condoms and birth control pills have disappeared from legitimate drug stores and pharmacies. People have to resort to the black market where buying a pack of condoms costs $200 - several days of minimum wage pay, while the pill costs roughly a third of a...

Approximately 25% of women in the developing world have unmet contraceptive need. This means that a quarter of women who don't want to become pregnant, are not using a contraceptive method.  In many of these countries, there is limited access to healthcare or commodities and women are often concerned about the pote...

In case you missed it, the February 2018 CycleBeads Global Impact Report is now available. You may download the 2-pg .pdf report here.

See country highlights below. Please share! 

Cycle Technologies is a socially minded consumer product company based in Washington, D.C. The company creates Brilliantly...

Research has shown repeatedly that having access to a full range of contraceptive option - which includes hormonal, barrier, and fertility awareness methods - is the best way to ensure that women find a contraceptive option that they will use correctly and consistently over time.

As part of our commitment to FP2020, Cycle Technologies is providing free contraception to women globally. We've worked closely with researchers to see how the CycleBeads Android app works in a number low-resource countries with high unmet contraceptive need. These countries include Ghana, India, Jordan, Egypt, Kenya,...

Cycle Technologies is proud to announce that we’re expanding the contraceptive options available to the women of Madagascar. The CycleBeads Android app has been updated into French and was launched in Madagascar this week.

In a country where 19% of women have an unmet need for contraception, and the most common reason w...