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The Clearinghouse’s Resource Library contains hundreds of resources on voluntary medical male circumcision for HIV prevention. You may search the entire site, including these resources, by adding key words in the Search box located in the upper right corner of the website. The Resource Library enables you to browse resources by topic and filter them by different categories. Choose a topic from the menu on the right side of the page to generate a list of resources by topic, then use the filters to narrow the results. (Click on the “+” icon next to the topic name to expand the nested topics.) You may also filter the entire list of resources in the library by document type, country, language, and year of publication.

 

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The results of an assessment conducted in Tanzania to identify barriers to health services facing adolescents — particularly disadvantaged adolescents — are presented in this... read more
Zimbabwe's Ministry of Health and Child Care conducted a participatory learning project to explore implementation and inform the scale-up of integrated voluntary medical... read more
This resource was developed to support providers of sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services to improve the range and quality of services available to meet the specific... read more
Part of a series of briefs on high impact practices in family planning, this guide is designed to lead programme managers, planners, and decision makers through a strategic... read more
Involving adolescent boys and young men in sexual and reproductive health (SRH) is critical for HIV prevention and for the well being of all adolescents. This brief provides... read more
Published by EngenderHealth and the United Nations Population Fund, this guide is meant for anyone who may be engaged in developing or managing a project or programme to engage... read more
The Catholic Medical Mission Board, with the technical and financial support of the World Health Organization (WHO) and in collaboration with WHO, UNAIDS, UNICEF, and UNFPA,... read more