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Chelsea Coakley of Grassroot Soccer describes a programme that uses soccer to link young people with mentors and health information and services and presents the results... read more
This presentation from Zimbabwe’s Ministry of Health focuses on the country’s experience with rolling out a Life Skills, Sexuality, HIV and AIDS Strategic Plan, including adding... read more
This presentation describes the design and pilot testing of innovative approaches to creating demand for voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) in Zimbabwe. It was presented... read more
A modelling study estimated the impact and cost-effectiveness of increasing efforts to recruit 20- to 29-year-old for voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) in Zimbabwe. The... read more
A poster about voluntary medical male circumcision in Zimbabwe features a football player saying, "I'm a winner because I have been circumcised."
Developed by the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative (HC3), this infographic depicts evidence from Tanzania, Uganda, and Zimbabwe that community-based voluntary medical... read more
A two-page fact sheet developed by the Health Communication Capacity Collaborative summarises the evidence on the impact of health communication on knowledge, attitudes, and... read more
On 22 June 2012, 35 of Zimbabwe's parliamentarians got circumcised to set an example for their constituents and demonstrate their commitment to HIV prevention.... read more
These client brochures, created by contributors in Zimbabwe and Botswana, are aimed at men who will soon undergo the safe male circumcision procedure, or those who have already... read more