Innovations in Demand Creation to Drive Scale of Medical Male Circumcision

Innovations in Demand Creation to Drive Scale of Medical Male Circumcision

A special supplement to the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes presents new data on the effectiveness of various interventions designed to create demand for VMMC. The interventions evaluated range from the use of lottery-based rewards to sports-based programmes to cell phone messages. This collection represents one of the most comprehensive sets of studies addressing demand-side barriers, offering compelling lessons for VMMC scale-up — and for broader public health programmes.

Interventions to Drive Uptake of Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision — A Collection of Impact Evaluation Evidence

Feasibility and Effectiveness of a Peer Referral Incentive Intervention to Promote Male Circumcision Uptake in Zambia

The Impact of SMS-Based Interventions on VMMC Uptake in Lusaka Province, Zambia: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Innovative Demand Creation for Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Targeting a High Impact Male Population: A Pilot Study Engaging Pregnant Women at Antenatal Clinics in Kampala, Uganda

A Randomized Evaluation of a Demand Creation Lottery for Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision among Adults in Tanzania

Advertising for Demand Creation for Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision

A Sport-Based Intervention to Increase Uptake of Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision among Adolescent Male Students: Results From the MCUTS 2 Cluster-Randomized Trial in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

Process Evaluation of a Sport-Based Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Demand-Creation Intervention in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

The Effects of Providing Fixed Compensation and Lottery-Based Rewards on Uptake of Medical Male Circumcision in Kenya: A Randomized Trial

Use of Economic Compensation to Increase Demand for Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision in Kenya: Qualitative Interviews with Male Participants in a Randomized Controlled Trial and Their Partners

Strength of Evidence on Demand Creation for Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision from 7 Impact Evaluations in Southern and Eastern Africa

Year of publication: 2016