In March 2007, WHO/UNAIDS convened an international consultation including policy makers, programme managers, researchers, and AIDS and women's health advocates to examine the results of the three male circumcision clinical trials and other evidence and determine the policy and programme implications. This participatory process ensured that the 11 conclusions and recommendations that were made covered critical issues such as partial protection, human rights, culture, communication, discrimination, gender, risk compensation, health systems constraints, and research gaps. You may also read a summary version (2009, PPT, 89 KB) or a full version (2009, PPT, 110 KB) of a presentation on New Data on Male Circumcision and HIV Prevention: Policy and Programme Implications.
WHO/UNAIDS' New Data on Male Circumcision and HIV Prevention: Policy and Programme Implications
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Year of publication: 2007
Resource topic: Global/regional policy and programme guidance, Programme management tools and guidelines
Resource type: Policy or Guidance
Organization: WHO, UNAIDS