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National programmes, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, PEPFAR, UNAIDS, the World Bank, and WHO developed this five-year framework for use by ministries of health and... read more
This report from Kenya’s National AIDS/STI Control Programme (NASCOP) describes the challenges, achievements, and lessons learned from the country’s experience in expanding access... read more
This document contains detailed descriptions of male circumcision kits, essential products that are available for ordering, and additional products that voluntary medical male... read more
Produced by AIDSTAR-One, a PEPFAR-funded USAID project, this 16-minute film describes how governments and communities in Kenya and Swaziland have embraced voluntary medical male... read more
This guide contains 12 recommendations on how to design pilot projects with scaling up in mind, as well as a checklist that provides a quick overview of the scalability... read more
A report on the progress made in expanding male circumcision services during 2010 in the 13 African countries identified as priorities for scale-up.
A one-page summary of the plan for marketing voluntary medical male circumcision in Swaziland includes a composite description of a member of the target audience, the targeting... read more
A draft profile of a typical member of the target audience of men ages 20 to 29 was used to develop materials for a campaign to create demand for voluntary medical male... read more
A draft profile of a typical member of the target audience of men ages 15 to 19 was used to develop materials for a campaign to create demand for voluntary medical male... read more