Prepared for programmes funded by PEPFAR, this document offers guidance on safe and appropriate management of any complications associated with voluntary medical male circumcision.
Guidelines and tools
Guidelines and other practical tools have been developed to help programme managers and providers introduce or expand voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) services. They include guidance on conducting a situation analysis, establishing a VMMC programme, delivering services safely, efficiently, and effectively, addressing legal and ethical issues, managing the waste generated by VMMC services, and estimating the potential cost and impact of VMMC scale-up.
Developed for use at sites where voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) will be offered, this guide provides a comprehensive, consistent process for establishing VMMC services for HIV prevention.
This toolkit contains guidance on developing a waste management system to support voluntary medical male services, standard operating procedures for waste disposal, and training tools for waste handlers and transporters.
The World Health Organization and Jhpiego developed this manual to help providers and programme managers deliver safe, high-quality infant male circumcision services for HIV prevention and other health benefits.
This document provides an overview of a global initiative to engage volunteer surgical teams in building local capacity and improving access to voluntary medical male circumcision for HIV prevention.
Models for Optimizing the Volume and Efficiency of Male Circumcision (MOVE) help programmes improve the efficiency of clinical and surgical activities so they can meet demand for voluntary medical male circumcision services.
This toolkit provides a framework and tools that can be used to carry out a situation analysis to guide decisions about scaling up voluntary medical male circumcision services.
This tool enables decision-makers to understand the potential cost and impact of various options for scaling up voluntary medical male circumcision services.
Designed by WHO, UNAIDS, and Jhpiego for providers of male circumcision services and programme managers, this manual covers methods selected for their safety and practicality for use in resource-limited settings.
The World Health Organization and UNAIDS provide practical guidance to help operationalise the scale-up of voluntary medical male circumcision services in both the public and private sectors.
This self-assessment tool provides practical guidance on legal, regulatory, and policy considerations associated with implementation of voluntary medical male circumcision services for HIV prevention.
National guidelines have been developed to guide health service providers in managing waste generated from safe male circumcision in Uganda.