A study of the feasibility and acceptability of introducing voluntary medical male circumcision in Burundi collected quantitative and qualitative data in 10 provinces across five regions. It included surveys among 1,728 people ages 15 to 49, staff at 48 health facilities, and 118 healthcare providers; focus group discussions involving 720 participants; and semi-structured interviews with 97 key informants. This report presents the study results, conclusions, and recommendations (in French).
Etude d’Acceptabilite et de Faisabilite de la Circoncision Masculine au sein de la Population Sexuellement Active du Burundi
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Year of publication: 2010
Resource topic: Knowledge, attitudes, and practices (KAP), Acceptability, Barriers and facilitators to MC, Formative research (includes situational analyses)
Resource type: Report
Organization: Republic of Burundi, Conseil National de Lutte contre le sida (CNLS)