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CORRECTING and REPLACING DKT WomanCare and Incepta Pharmaceuticals Ink Strategic Deal to Expand Markets, Scale Up Access to Worl

PARIS , September 16 /Businesswire/ - Please replace the release dated Sept. 14, 2020 with the following corrected version due to multiple revisions to the fourth and eighth paragraphs.

The updated release reads:


WomanCare Global Trading CIC (DKT WomanCare) and Incepta Pharmaceuticals, Ltd. signed a strategic agreement on July 1, 2020 to register, supply, promote and sell Medogen® in 40 countries around the world. Medogen® is a 3-month contraceptive commonly known as depot medroxyprogesterone acetate, or DMPA-IM.

This agreement leverages the capabilities of both partners; Incepta is a world-class pharmaceutical manufacturer supplying the world with over one thousand different human and animal products, with Medogen® receiving Prequalification status from the World Health Organization (WHO) in February 2020. This credential provides an accelerated regulatory pathway in the 44 signatories of the WHO’s Collaborative Procedure for Accelerate Registration. It also privileges Medogen® for government tenders and procurement by multilateral agencies like the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

DKT WomanCare markets contraceptives products in more than 90 countries around the world and is part of DKT International, one of the world’s largest providers of family planning, HIV/AIDS and safe abortion products and services. Both DKT International and DKT WomanCare use social marketing as a means to promote family planning, drive uptake of contraceptives, and shape the markets where they operate. Under the terms of the agreement, Incepta will also supply DMPA-IM to DKT country programs and DKT WomanCare under their own private brands, creating a richer and more diverse set of family planning options for women around the world.

The partnership comes at an opportune moment: the demand for 3-month contraceptive injections is increasing year after year while the pool of qualified suppliers remains the same. “The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted supply chains everywhere, and this impact is more severe in developing countries,” said Jacques-Antoine Martin, Managing Director of DKT WomanCare. “Registering Incepta as another supplier in these countries will reduce waiting times for shipments and guard against stock-outs at pharmacies and clinics.”

“This partnership is a triple win: it helps Incepta increase our footprint quickly with an experienced partner in DKT and its global network; it enables DKT to secure a steady and high-quality supply of contraceptive injectables at an affordable price; and most importantly, it increases the basket of choice so more women have control over their reproductive destinies,” said Mr. Abdul Muktadir, Incepta’s Chairman and Managing Director of Incepta.

“WomanCare is an ideal partner for this kind of market development and market-shaping work,” stated Rodrigo Portugues, Commercial Director of DKT WomanCare. “Representing Incepta and Medogen® aligns well with our mission and vision and puts us in a position to deliver significant impact and reach millions of women while expanding our portfolio and leveraging our global footprint.”

The collaboration will begin in 10 countries, including Kenya, Ethiopia, Ghana, DR Congo, and Madagascar. As some of the largest injectable markets in the world, both Incepta and DKT WomanCare look to a fast start for their partnership. “This collaboration on Medogen® is the first milestone in what we expect to be a fruitful and brilliant endeavor with WomanCare Global,” mentioned Ms. Hasneen Muktadir, Incepta’s Vice-Chairman of Incepta, to members of both organizations during a virtual kick-off meeting on July 29, 2020.

During the kick-off meeting, Incepta expressed their heartfelt gratitude to their partners and donors for their guidance and continuous support in this project. “We are proud of signing this agreement, but this is only the first step,” added Ashraful Islam of Incepta. “The fun part begins when we start getting products to these markets and helping men and women live better lives.”

For more information about this agreement, please contact the following:

From Incepta: Ashraful Islam at, Assistant Manager of Incepta Pharmaceuticals Ltd.

From WomanCare Global: True Overholt at, Marketing Director of DKT WomanCare.

DKT WomanCare Global is a globally integrated sexual and reproductive health company that helps women live their lives to the fullest. We make top-quality contraceptives and safe abortion products more available, accessible, and affordable in over 90 countries around the world. Learn more at

Incepta Pharmaceuticals Ltd is one of the leading generic pharmaceutical product manufacturers in Bangladesh and was established in 1999. We are emerging ahead with a vision to become a trusted healthcare company to ensure better health for everyone, everywhere. To learn more please visit

STORY TAGS: Women, Pharmaceutical, General Health, Health, Marketing, Family, Communications, Consumer, France, Asia Pacific, Europe, India, Africa, Contract/Agreement, Product/Service,


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