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Part of the Man Who Cares campaign in Zambia, this poster answers basic questions about voluntary medical male circumcision, including a free hotline number.
As part of the Man Who Cares campaign in Zambia, this sign was painted on the walls of facilities offering voluntary medical male circumcision services.
Produced by the Zambian Ministry of Health, this leaflet outlines what men can expect pre- and post-surgery as well as the benefits of voluntary medical male circumcision.
The Ministry of Health and partners launched the ... read more
The results of research on the ShangRing device for performing voluntary medical male circumicision (VMMC), conducted in Kenya and Zambia, were presented at an AIDS 2014... read more
This presentation highlights the results of a study on the use of the PrePex device in Zambia. It was part of an AIDS 2014 satellite session entitled ... read more
The results of pilot studies of the use of the PrePex device for performing adult male circumcision, conducted in South Africa, Zambia, and Zimbabwe, were presented at... read more
Part of the Man Who Cares campaign to generate demand for safe male circumcision in Uganda, this poster includes the number for a free hotline to call for information about the... read more
Part of the Man Who Cares campaign, this radio advertisement is designed to encourage parents to consider voluntary medical male circumcision for their sons.
A presentation on the potential to improve efficiency and magnitude of reductions in HIV incidence based on targeting clients by age and geography was given at the... read more