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Created for a safe male circumcision campaign in Uganda, this guide helps facilitators prepare village health teams to use the Safe Male Circumcision Discussion Set.
This creative brief summarises the information needed to develop materials for a communication campaign to create demand for voluntary medical male circumcision in Swaziland. It... read more
The prevalence of male circumcision in 2006, before efforts to scale up voluntary medical male circumcision services began in eastern and southern Africa, is depicted by country... read more
Based on different modes of delivering voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) services, from static delivery to mass campaigns, this document presents strategies to create... read more
To decide whether and how to increase the rate of safe male circumcision in a country, programme planners must understand current male circumcision practices,... read more
In a series of charts, this report outlines the message design matrix for the Mulanje voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) campaign in Malawi. It includes a participant and... read more
Designed to assist communicators in conducting an effective audience analysis, this worksheet from Uganda's Stylish Man Campaign guides users through intervention focus areas,... read more
Designed to assist communicators in conducting an effective audience analysis among HIV-positive men, this worksheet from Uganda's Stylish Man Campaign guides users through... read more
A schedule shows the timing and content of 15 text messages sent to male circumcision clients in Zambia during the weeks after the procedure to remind them about follow-up visits... read more
This questionnaire was used to pretest a logo and a tagline for the voluntary medical male circumcision programme in Kenya.