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Designed to run in newspapers, this is an advertisement for the Know Your Facts campaign on voluntary medical male circumcision in Botswana.
The Know Your Facts campaign in Botswana included advertisements about voluntary medical male circumcision like this one shown on the side of a taxi.
Jhpiego staff gave this presentation at the 19 May 2009 meeting hosted by the PEPFAR Male Circumcision Technical Working Group.
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
A basic information booklet, authored by contributors in Zambia, answers the principal questions about male circumcision. While intended for men thinking about the procedure, the... read more
Designed for men who are interested in being circumcised, this pamphlet has been distributed at public and private health facilities, HIV voluntary counselling and... read more
A woman discusses voluntary medical male circumcision with her male partner in this radio advertisement from Botswana.
In this 40-second radio advertisement from Botswana, a man explains that he still needs to use condoms because being circumcised reduces his risk of HIV but does not provide... read more