The national strategy and operational plan for the second phase of Kenya’s voluntary medical male circumcision programme incorporates lessons from the first phase of implementation and recommendations from studies conducted in Kenya. It also addresses emerging issues and opportunities for scale-up of VMMC services, including introduction of WHO pre-qualified male circumcision devices and early infant male circumcision. This plan includes the steps required to meet the goal of achieving a national male circumcision prevalence of 95 percent and estimates of programme costs.
National Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Strategy, Second Edition, 2014/15 - 2018/19
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Year of publication: 2015
Resource topic: Costing and cost-effectiveness, Costing, Infant male circumcision, National policies, strategies, and plans
Resource type: Strategy
Organization: Kenya Ministry of Health