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This report presents the results of a pilot study on women's perspective on medical male circumcision, which was conducted in South Africa as part of a larger multi-country study... read more
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 ... read more
Presentation given at the 2010 AIDS Conference in Vienna on the situation analysis and qualitative data on attitudes and intentions toward MC in Zimbabwe.
The main objectives of the study described in this report were to investigate the context, extent, and pattern of male circumcision practices in selected areas of Tanzania and... read more
The purpose of the study described in this report was to provide Ugandan decision makers with adequate information to decide whether and how to pursue promoting male circumcision... read more
In 2009 the Zambian Ministry of Health and its partners used the World Health Organization's situation analysis toolkit to assess current practice and inform the design of... read more