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This brochure, aimed at couples, was created for a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Malawi.
Created for a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Malawi, this brochure discusses wound care after a male circumcision procedure.
Created for a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Swaziland, this poster encourages male circumcision among young teens.
This pamphlet explains the benefits of voluntary medical male circumcision for employers as well as clients and suggests ways business leaders can support their employees who... read more
Designed for community elders in Kenya, this pamphlet encourages elders to promote voluntary medical male circumcision through questions and answers to commonly asked questions.
This booklet provides South-African men with information on medical male circumcision (MMC), traditional male circumcision, sex, and their bodies. It explains how MMC can help... read more
Developed for a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Zimbabwe, this poster urges young men to "invest in your future" by getting circumcised.
This handbook was created as part of a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Kenya to assist community mobilisers in speaking with members of their community about male... read more
Developed for a safe male circumcision campaign in Uganda, this poster features a woman who says she is proud because her husband is circumcised.
Developed for a safe male circumcision campaign in Uganda, this poster depicts a woman who seems to prefer a circumcised man.