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A mother encourages her friend to get her infant son circumcised, describing the benefits of the procedure, in this one-minute radio advertisement from Botswana.
Part of the Man Who Cares campaign, this radio advertisement is designed to encourage parents to consider voluntary medical male circumcision for their sons.
In this radio advertisement from Zambia's Man Who Cares campaign, a man tells a friend that he has gotten circumcised and recounts what he has learned about the procedure and HIV... read more
Part of the Man Who Cares campaign in Zambia, this song encourages men and boys to go for male circumcision because being circumcised will reduce their chances of acquiring HIV.
Part of the Man Who Cares campaign in Zambia, this radio advertisement features a song encouraging men and boys to get circumcised to take care of their health. It includes a toll... read more
Women define a "man who cares" as a man who chooses voluntary medical male circumcision in this one-minute radio advertisement from Zambia that includes information about the... read more
A woman discusses voluntary medical male circumcision with her male partner in this radio advertisement from Botswana.
In this 40-second radio advertisement from Botswana, a man explains that he still needs to use condoms because being circumcised reduces his risk of HIV but does not provide... read more
A 45-second radio advertisement from Botswana features friends discussing the benefits of voluntary medical male circumcision.
Part of a communications campaign, this radio spot is a “teaser” that introduces one of the campaign themes but does not reveal that “something big” is the voluntary medical male... read more