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Developed for a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Zimbabwe, this brochure provides information about the procedure for women interested in talking to their male... read more
To increase adoption of male circumcision among older men, this project developed a tool to assist social mobilisers to communicate consistent, standardised messages to... read more
A summary of a report from AVAC and ATHENA Network’s Women’s HIV Prevention Tracking Project documents women’s perspectives on male circumcision for HIV prevention... read more
A report from AVAC and ATHENA Network’s Women’s HIV Prevention Tracking Project documents women’s perspectives on male circumcision for HIV prevention. It is based on interviews... read more
This article is based on the preliminary findings of a five-country study exploring voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) and its implications for women. The Women’s HIV... read more
Developed in 2009 for the male circumcision programme managed by Population Services International/Swaziland, this training package is designed to prepare counsellors... read more
This report describes a series of email forums (referred to as eDiscussions) about the implications for women of the scale-up of voluntary medical male circumcision that also... read more
This poster, presented at a sexual and reproductive health conference in 2009, summarises the results and conclusions of a civil society dialogue on male circumcision and its... read more
In June 2008, AVAC convened more than 35 civil society representatives—the majority of whom were women living with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa—in Mombasa, Kenya, to discuss the... read more
The Women Won't Wait Campaign designed this fact sheet to educate others on their campaign and mission to end HIV and violence against women.
Examines the implications of male circumcision for women.