About DKT Egypt

DKT Egypt opened its doors in 2004 to serve Egyptian couples.
Kicking off in the market during 2005, DKT introduced its first low-priced IUD (Pregna TCu380A).
Through its sales teams, DKT serves more than 3,500 gynecologists and 8,000 pharmacies across Egypt. Now, DKT is proud to be the primary provider of IUDs to both the public and private sectors in Egypt, becoming the “House of IUDs” in Egypt.

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To serve couples whom seek a better future for themselves and their families, via providing high quality, low-cost contraceptives, as well as spreading awareness about reproductive health.

Our Responsibilities

  • DKT Egypt has a robust educational program.
  • DKT provides IUD insertion training sessions for healthcare providers in hospitals across the country.
  • DKT conducts awareness campaigns for women, so that they can formulate a better tomorrow for themselves and their families.
  • DKT also sponsors scientific sessions for healthcare professionals to spread awareness about prevention of unintended pregnancies and emergency contraception, Contraception for special populations,Medical eligibility criteria in contraceptive selection
  • DKT tailors its demand creation campaigns to reach specific target demographics.
(+202) 2470 1702 /3 /4
17 Al-Taqa St. 8th floor Zone 11 Nasr City Cairo, Egypt

Social Responsibility

Believing in women’s rights to know about reproductive health and birth control, starting in 2015, DKT launched its public awareness campaign “Aman”.
“Aman” is tailored to reach poor and hard-to-reach women with key messages about contraception, the different contraceptive methods available, unintended pregnancies and means to avoid it, as well as stretching out to women via social media, and others via printed educational fliers. Further, DKT creates youth-friendly mass media and social media content to reach young people whom might otherwise not have access to sexual health information.
During 2016, DKT collaborated with the Egyptian Ministry of Health to deliver contraceptives to 500,000 women living in slums of the El-Sharkia governorate. Of these women, 62,000 were new contraceptive users.

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Our Products

DKT in Numbers


Couples Served (Globally)


Couple's Year Protection (Egypt 2016)


Doctors & Pharmacies (Egypt)