Arusha, Tanzania Day 2 Presentations

The following presentations were delivered at a meeting in Arusha, Tanzania: "Scaling up male circumcision programmes in the Eastern and Southern Africa region: country update meeting to share lessons, explore opportunities, and overcome challenges to scale-up." The presentations on this page were delivered on 9 June, the second day of the meeting. Presentations for day one and day three also are avaialble.

You may review the meeting agenda here 

Morning session:

Country case study, Zimbabwe: communications and demand - Presented by O. Mundida 

Country case study, Zimbabwe - Presented by Karin Hatzold 

HIV testing uptake pre- and post-circumcision, Tanzania - Presented by Hally Mahler 

Traditional male circumcision in the context of HIV prevention - Presented by Xola Kanta 

Kenya male circumcision rapid results initiative: process, results, challenges, lessons learnt - Presented by Kawango Agot 

Male circumcision as a prevention strategy for HIV infection in South Africa - Presented by Dirk Taljaard 

Male circumcision programmes in uniformed personnel - Presented by Martin Malama 

Male circumcision for HIV prevention in military populations - Presented by Anne Thomas 

Management of HIV-positive men - circumcision, referral to care, Orange Farm - Presented by Josephine Otchere-Darko 

Male circumcision volunteer programme Swaziland - Presented by Ayanda Nqeketo 

Afternoon session:

ASI Swaziland - Presented by Ayanda Nqeketo 

MC Move - Presented by Dino Rech 

Overview of male circumcision communications - Presented by Steve Gesuale 

Male circumcision communications strategy and toolkit - Presented by Sibongile Dludlu 

MC country update, task shifting - Presented by Kelly Curran 

Assessment of the feasibility of introducing a volunteer programme in Namibia - Presented by Justin Nyatondo 

Male circumcision: marketing, communications, demand - Presented by Gladys Magongo 

Country case study, Swaziland - Presented by Gladys Magongo 

Techonological innovations to engage clients: mobile phones - Presented by Amy Herman-Roloff 

Working with private providers in Ethiopia - Presented by Abebe Bekele