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This questionnaire was used to pretest a logo and a tagline for the voluntary medical male circumcision programme in Kenya.
A draft profile of a typical member of the target audience of men ages 20 to 29 was used to develop materials for a campaign to create demand for voluntary medical male... read more
This t-shirt was created for a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Tanzania.
Designed for a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Tanzania, this carry bag promotes male circumcision.
Created for a community mobilisation and multimedia campaign in Rakai, Uganda, this implementation plan provides a schedule of the activities and assigns responsibility for... read more
Created for the Stylish Man Campaign in Rakai, Uganda, this document is a guide to planning and organising community competitions. The campaign seeks to improve the health and... read more
This self-assessment tool provides practical guidance on legal, regulatory, and policy considerations associated with implementation and scale-up of male circumcision services for... read more
A summary of international and national policies on voluntary medical male circumcision programme managed by Population Services International in Swaziland, this... read more
An overview of the voluntary medical male circumcision programme managed by Population Services International in Swaziland, this presentation was developed in 2009 as part of a... read more