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This is the report from an international consultation held on 18-19 January 2007.
This is the report from a UNAIDS/WHO/SACEMA consultation, held in Stellenbosch, South Africa, 15-16 November 2007.
This is a summary of a meeting convened in April 2008 in Brazzaville, Congo.
In a poster created for Kenya's voluntary medical male circumcision programme, a satisfied client explains why he got circumcised and describes the measures he takes post-surgery... read more
Shot in Malawi, this six-minute film features health professionals and clients stating the case for including male circumcision in HIV prevention programmes. It was released by... read more
In 2009, the Government of Tanzania embarked on scaling up voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) services for HIV prevention in eight priority regions, with the aim of... read more
Published in the Bulletin of the World Health Organization, this article reports the results of a prospective study of the safety of traditional and medical male circumcisions... read more
Produced by CareWorks, this 2:53-minute video features animated infographics that illustrate the importance of voluntary medical male circumcision in combination with other... read more
In this 15-minute documentary, Kenyans describe the role of voluntary medical male circumcision in their efforts to prevent the spread of HIV infection. Government officials... read more
One HIV infection could be prevented for every five to 15 men circumcised in settings with high levels of HIV and low rates of male circumcision — at a cost of US $150 to $900 per... read more