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Swaziland has conducted several "Circumcision Saturdays," reaching many men by providing male circumcision services on a convenient day. This case study is an account of one... read more
This study, which enrolled 427 men, ages 18–49, at one fixed and two outreach clinics in Kenya, sought to assess the safety, effectiveness, and acceptability of the PrePex device... read more
The Male Circumcision Consortium’s media engagement strategy enabled the project team to build and maintain relationships with journalists, respond quickly to misinformation, and... read more
In South Africa, the Center for HIV and AIDS Prevention Studies (CHAPS) has partnered with Dr. Maphisa & Partners, a private medical practice serving the inner city of... read more
The EngenderHealth Champion Project is a large, innovative HIV prevention project that aims to increase men’s involvement in preventing the spread of HIV and promoting... read more