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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 main goal of this meeting, held March 1-12, 2009, in Nairobi, Kenya, was to review the current knowledge on male circumcision devices and their potential to support rapid... read more
A sub-regional consultation, held in Windhoek, Namibia, 9-10 June 2009, is described in this report.
A joint Israel-Senegal workshop on male circumcision was held 6-12 July 2009 in Jerusalem, Israel, to inform policy makers and others about male circumcision scale-up in... read more
This report describes a 19-20 May 2009 meeting that brought together PEPFAR partners working in male circumcision to share experiences and recommend solutions for... read more
Part of a football-themed campaign in Botswana, this full-page newspaper advertisement in the Setswana language promotes safe male circumcision as part of a comprehensive... read more
Designed to run in newspapers, this is an advertisement for the Know Your Facts campaign on voluntary medical male circumcision in Botswana.