Condoms designers have already proved their willingness of innovation, (check some "experiments" here, here and here) but it's not enough. You understand that the condom-factor must be seriously reconsidered if you think, for example, that the condoms sent to at-high-risk countries can often be of the wrong size (for some men they are just too big) and badly smelling of rubber. We hope for the best to this amazing challenge and I just want to give some humble advice. Since there's a huge variety of condoms already invented, take in mind that sometimes innovation is not about the way you manufacture them: the way you sell/give them away will always play a big role and it can make the difference in the impact of this revolutionary condom. Start to think about that from now on.
Source: Designers Against AIDS website