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In this 40-second radio advertisement from Botswana, a man explains that he still needs to use condoms because being circumcised reduces his risk of HIV but does not provide... read more
A 45-second radio advertisement from Botswana features friends discussing the benefits of voluntary medical male circumcision.
This brief take-home pamphlet, authored by contributors in Swaziland, provides newly circumcised men with information to facilitate their recovery in the hours, days, and... read more
Addressing women as both partners of men and parents of boys, this booklet from Zambia explains the risks, benefits, and limitations of male circumcision for men and for ... read more