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Part of the Man Who Cares campaign in Zambia, this poster answers basic questions about voluntary medical male circumcision, including a free hotline number.
As part of the Man Who Cares campaign in Zambia, this sign was painted on the walls of facilities offering voluntary medical male circumcision services.
Produced by the Zambian Ministry of Health, this leaflet outlines what men can expect pre- and post-surgery as well as the benefits of voluntary medical male circumcision.
The World Health Organization released this public report on the 3 June 2015 prequalification of the ShangRing™ device for performing circumcisions for healthy men and boys ages... read more
A basic information booklet, authored by contributors in Zambia, answers the principal questions about male circumcision. While intended for men thinking about the procedure, the... read more
The purpose of the country update meeting, "Scaling up male circumcision programmes in the Eastern and Southern Africa Region," was to share lessons, explore opportunities, and... read more