Resource Library

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.

 

Resources

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A cross-sectional study assessed the prevalence of male and attitudes toward male circumcision among youth ages 15 to 18 in The Bahamas. The results are presented in the American... read more
The findings of a systematic review of the evidence against non-therapeutic male circumcision are presented in this article in the Journal of Evidence-Based Medicine.
This systematic review in the Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health concludes that more high-quality studies are needed to determine whether provider education and training... read more
This article, published in BMC Pediatrics, describes some socioeconomic factors that influence the type of provider that is chosen to circumcise male infants in rural Ghana.
The authors of this commentary write that countries where adult male circumcision has reached high coverage should consider introducing national early infant male circumcision (... read more
This workbook is designed for participants in the Kenya Early Infant Male Circumcision (EIMC) Training programme. It includes the course syllabus, pre-course questionnaires,... read more
The Kenya Early Infant Male Circumcision (EIMC) training programme consists of two days of theory and skills sessions, followed by three to seven days of practical learning and... read more
The World Health Organization (WHO) Technical Advisory Group on Innovations in Male Circumcision (TAG) met from 30 September to 2 October 2014 to review new information on the... read more