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The agenda for presentations were delivered at a meeting in Arusha, Tanzania: "Scaling up male circumcision programmes in the Eastern and Southern Africa region: country update... read more
The purpose of the country update meeting, "Scaling up male circumcision programmes in the Eastern and Southern Africa Region," was to share lessons, explore opportunities, and... read more
Created for a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Zimbabwe, this flier advertises locations where men can get circumcised.
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
Presentation by the National HIV Prevention Coordinator, Ministry of Health and Child Care Zimbabwe, on stakeholder engagement in scaling up VMMC in Zimbabwe.
Presentation about the human resource challenges and service delivery of VMMC scale up in Zimbabwe delivered at the Meeting on Use of Devices for Medical Male... read more
Discussion on the PrePex study in Zimbabwe including the key issues and findings, presented at the Meeting on Use of Devices for Medical Male Circumcision for HIV Prevention... read more
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.