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Soul City is a South African nongovernmental organisation (NGO) and production company that focuses on HIV prevention through behaviour change communication. The NGO has promoted... read more
The multi-platform, award-winning campaign for HIV prevention, men’s sexual health promotion, and gender violence prevention called Brothers for Life is used as the main vehicle... read more
With UNICEF’s support, the Zambia U-Report Project was designed under the leadership of the National HIV/AIDS/STI/TB Council (NAC) to promote adolescent and youth participation in... read more
The Communications Support for Health (CSH) Project uses a variety of media platforms and activities to deliver campaigns on health issues including malaria, maternal/child... read more
IntraHealth International delivers a portfolio of health and HIV programs in Tanzania that includes a comprehensive package of voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) for... 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
CareWorks focuses on social mobilisation and generating demand for voluntary medical male circumcision services provided by organisations supported by the US President’s Emergency... read more