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AVAC’s 2014-15 report, Prevention on the Line, includes an update on the scale-up of voluntary medical male circumcision (see page 12).
Presented by Anne Thomas on behalf of Jason Reed at the 2015 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI), this webcast highlights the evidence, progress to date... read more
Internews trained journalists in Kenya about the science behind voluntary medical male circumcision for HIV prevention and worked with them to encourage accurate and responsible... read more
Voluntary medical male circumcision programmes are rolled out as part of comprehensive HIV programmes, as recommended by the World Health Organization, writes Khanyisa Dunjwa in a... read more
Twenty-four-year-old Edilson Muthemba chose to get circumcised at the Patrice Lumumba Health Center in Xai-Xai, Mozambique. This 4:33-minute video documents his experience. After... read more
The report of a March 2014 meeting provides insight into how epidemiological models can be used to predict the impact and guide the implementation of voluntary medical male... read more
Although voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) is considered a critical component of HIV prevention, a small group of opponents regularly voice criticisms—unsupported by... read more
In this 15-minute documentary, Kenyans describe the role of voluntary medical male circumcision in their efforts to prevent the spread of HIV infection. Government officials... read more
One HIV infection could be prevented for every five to 15 men circumcised in settings with high levels of HIV and low rates of male circumcision — at a cost of US $150 to $900 per... read more
Developed by the Ministry of Health with national and international partners, this strategy is designed to help communicators develop effective, evidence-based communication... read more
Presentation by the National HIV Prevention Coordinator, Ministry of Health and Child Care Zimbabwe, on stakeholder engagement in scaling up VMMC in Zimbabwe. read more
Overview on challenges and lessons learned during media engagement for VMMC included as part of the third webinar in the PEPFAR series, Devices for Adult Medical Male... read more
The National AIDS & STI Control Programme (NASCOP) convenes quarterly meetings of national and provincial task forces that bring together all of the implementing partners in... read more