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A pilot study was conducted among women attending antenatal clinics in Uganda’s capital to assess the feasibility of a partner-focused intervention to encourage men older than 25... read more
Women define a "man who cares" as a man who chooses voluntary medical male circumcision in this one-minute radio advertisement from Zambia that includes information about the... read more
A woman discusses voluntary medical male circumcision with her male partner in this radio advertisement from Botswana.
Addressing women as both partners of men and parents of boys, this booklet from Zambia explains the risks, benefits, and limitations of male circumcision for men and for ... read more
Marie Stopes International (MSI) Zambia promotes voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) as part of its wider sexual and reproductive health programme, incorporating... read more
Jhpiego supports voluntary medical male circumcision services (VMMC) at 17 fixed sites and more than 200 outreach sites in Tanzania. It trains health workers, implements advocacy... read more
The International Training and Education Centre for Health (I-TECH) is a voluntary medical male circumcision service provider working to create cost-effective, scalable models of... read more
Published by the Sonke Gender Justice Network, this brief highlights ongoing work to ensure that implications for women are considered in the introduction of medical male... read more