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A report from the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS calls for stronger community outreach services to bring voluntary medical male circumcision to underserved rural areas... read more
The Stylish Man Campaign aims to motivate men in Rakai, Uganda, to take a more active role in HIV prevention and treatment, which includes HIV voluntary counselling and testing,... read more
The Makerere University Walter Reed Project began activities to create demand for safe male circumcision (SMC) during its pilot phase, through community-based health education... read more
A study published in the Journal of the International AIDS Society presents findings on the adverse events (AEs) that that occurred during eight years of providing voluntary... read more
Provision of voluntary medical male circumcision through a mobile hospital outreach programme in rural Swaziland resulted in the identification and correction of a variety of... read more
Describing the implementation of a pilot project to demonstrate the safety and feasibility of providing PrePex circumcision through a mobile clinic in South Africa’s North West... read more
In Tanzania, the VMMC programme in Iringa and Njombe used a combination of structural and behavioural measures to overcome men’s strong preference for seeking circumcision in the... read more
The Infectious Diseases Institute of Makerere University in Uganda implemented the Adult Male Medical Circumcision in Kampala (AMAKA) Programme. Demand creation activities were... read more