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Researchers used the Age-Structured Mathematical (ASM) Model to assess the impact of scaling up voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) in Zimbabwe and to evaluate the... read more
Uganda conducted a modeling study to assess the progress of the national safe male circumcision programme, re-examine its targets, and refine its implementation approach. This... read more
This analysis used mathematical modeling to examine the economic and epidemiological consequences of scaling up voluntary medical male circumcision among specific age groups and... read more
Researchers applied a novel analytic approach to the illustrative example of Zambia’s voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) programme to assess whether prioritizing... read more
Designed to assist communicators in conducting an effective audience analysis among HIV-positive men, this worksheet from Uganda's Stylish Man Campaign guides users through... read more