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The annual World AIDS Day report from the United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) reports on progress made towards ending the AIDS epidemic during the first year of its fast... read more
The goal of 80 percent prevalence of voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) in the 14 priority countries in sub-Saharan Africa must be achieved by 2020 as part of a fast-track... read more
Almost 800,000 men and boys were circumcised during the first phase of Kenya’s voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) programme from 2008 to 2013. The programme reached its... read more
Voluntary medical male circumcision is one of the proven, high-impact HIV prevention services recommended for combination prevention packages for men in eastern and southern... read more
A summary of a report from AVAC and ATHENA Network’s Women’s HIV Prevention Tracking Project documents women’s perspectives on male circumcision for HIV prevention... read more
A report from AVAC and ATHENA Network’s Women’s HIV Prevention Tracking Project documents women’s perspectives on male circumcision for HIV prevention. It is based on interviews... read more
AVAC’s 2014-15 report, Prevention on the Line, includes an update on the scale-up of voluntary medical male circumcision (see page 12).
The report of a March 2014 meeting provides insight into how epidemiological models can be used to predict the impact and guide the implementation of voluntary medical male... read more
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and its partners have the opportunity to demonstrate the effectiveness of innovative approaches to generating demand for male circumcision... read more
The World Health Organization released this public report on the 3 June 2015 prequalification of the ShangRing™ device for performing circumcisions for healthy men and boys ages... read more