Resource Library

The Clearinghouse’s Resource Library contains hundreds of resources on voluntary medical male circumcision for HIV prevention. You may search the entire site, including these resources, by adding key words in the Search box located in the upper right corner of the website. The Resource Library enables you to browse resources by topic and filter them by different categories. Choose a topic from the menu on the right side of the page to generate a list of resources by topic, then use the filters to narrow the results. (Click on the “+” icon next to the topic name to expand the nested topics.) You may also filter the entire list of resources in the library by document type, country, language, and year of publication.

 

Resources

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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
Researchers conducted a secondary analysis within a randomized controlled trial in Kenya to assess how a home-based antenatal care intervention influenced male partners’ use of... read more
After a pilot evaluation of the ShangRing device in 2011, Kenya conducted active surveillance for adverse events associated with its use from 2016-2018 to further assess... read more
A pilot study among HIV-serodiscordant couples in Kenya estimated transmission risk during condomless sex when participants were using a comprehensive safer-sex package that... read more
To help set voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) targets for the scale-up of the intervention in Kenya, researchers modelled VMMC coverage. As detailed in an article in PLoS... read more
In this randomised trial, published in BMC Infectious Diseases, plasma samples were used to compare a group of men in Kenya based on their circumcision status at the time of HIV... read more
This study, published in AIDS and Behavior, analysed men’s preferences for circumcising their infant sons. Data used to identify predictors were from a population-representative... read more