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Created for a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in South Africa, this leaflet educates recently circumcised men on how to care for their wound.
This transcript of the XVII International AIDS Conference dicusses the discision to undergo male circumcision. 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.
This brochure is designed to help prevention advocates understand the ramifi cations of findings from studies of male circumcision for HIV prevention, and to explore the... read more
This presentation reviews the progress in the seven pillars of the Joint Strategic Action Framework to Accelerate the Scale-Up of Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision for... read more
This presenation is a report on the two and a half day WHO/UNAIDS M&E Meeting held in Johannesburg (18 – 20 September) to review the findings of the two-phase assessment... read more
Presentation on demand creation for VMMC experience in South Africa delivered at the Joint PEPFAR/WHO Meeting on Accelerating the Scale-up of Voluntary Medical Male... read more
This is one of the presentations given at the PEPFAR partners' meeting.
This paper is desiged to assist those involved in introducing or expanding male circumcision services with consideration for for human rights, and legal and ethical issues.