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The World Health Organization (WHO) provides health care workers, hospital administrators, and health authorities with a thorough review of the evidence on hand hygiene in health... read more
The World Health Organization (WHO), in collaboration with the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) and Jhpiego, developed this manual as part of its support... read more
The indicators described in this guide, based on the Male Circumcision Action Framework, provide a mechanism for obtaining important feedback for the management of... read more
In May 2009, PEPFAR partners met at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, to discuss and recommend solutions to commodity and procurement issues that were slowing... read more
This self-assessment tool lists key standards to guide health care providers and their supervisors in assessing the provision of voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC)... read more
The Quality Assessment Toolkit helps facility managers and providers assess their own performance and identify needed improvements. These tools also can be used by national and... read more
This brief Q & A pamphlet, authored by contributors in Swaziland, provides women with information about male circumcision, what it means for them as sexual partners, and how... read more
A mother encourages her friend to get her infant son circumcised, describing the benefits of the procedure, in this one-minute radio advertisement from Botswana.
A poster about voluntary medical male circumcision in Zimbabwe features a football player saying, "I'm a winner because I have been circumcised."
The Ministry of Health and partners launched the ... read more