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To control the population explosion in Bangladesh a non-profit organization Population Services International started with a project, SMP(Social Marketing Project) funded by another welfare body USAID. Under this project PSI introduced 2 birth control products in Bangladesh: Raja Condoms for Men and Maya Oral Contraceptive pills for females. Both products were marketed using the same Social Marketing Strategy where direct contact was made with the customers to educate them about family planning, birth control measures and make available birth control products at subsidized price. . Initially The 2 products experienced a good response with increasing sales, but later the sales of Raja condoms continued increasing and the sales of Maya contraceptive pills decreased drastically by 43.6% from 1980 to 1983 whereas Raja condoms experienced a growth of 95.5% in the same period.
Objective of the study:
This situation us with a case to understand why a similar strategy for 2 products, both aimed at preventing unwanted child birth could result in such different outcomes. This understanding will allow us to develop solutions to increase the sales of Maya Contraceptive pills.
Strengths of the Marketing Strategy for both- * Creating a demand for the birth control products by spreading awareness about the importance of birth control through a vast network of field workers and by extensive marketing through radio, billborads, tshirts etc. * Making the product available to all rural and urban areas through pharmacies, general stores and pan shops. * The marketing activity tried to create a positive image of the product by associating a feel good factor about the product by naming it Maya, interpreted as beauty and having a fancy packaging. * The product was priced low enough to be afforded by the majority rural population.…...

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