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Presenters shared processes, outcomes, and lessons learned in increasing the uptake of voluntary medical male circumcision and reaching a larger proportion of men ages... read more
This flyer describes a webinar hosted by USAID’s Strengthening High Impact Interventions for an AIDS-free Generation (AIDSFree) Project on Wednesday, January 10, 2018, to launch... read more
The US Agency for International Development’s Applying Science to Strengthen Systems (ASSIST) Project hosted a webinar on Wednesday, 28 June 2017, to introduce the online... read more
In this flyer, the USAID ASSIST Project invites readers to register for a 1 February 2017 webinar providing an update on continuous quality improvement of voluntary medical male... read more
Designed for men who have recently been circumcised, this take-home booklet educates patients on the healing process and protecting themselves and their partners.
Created for a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Zambia, this leaflet educates men on male circumcision.
Aimed at employers, this flier describes a package of workplace-based HIV prevention services, including voluntary medical male circumcision, available to companies in South... read more
This male circumcision referral card was created for a voluntary medical male circumcision programme in Tanzania.
Designed for boys and their guardians, this booklet was created for a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Iringa and Tabor, Tanzania.