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Part of the Tohara Ya Mwanaume campaign to create demand for voluntary medical male circumcision, this brochure is designed for Tanzanian youth.
The Know Your Facts campaign in Botswana used a football theme to promote voluntary medical male circumcision with materials such as this billboard.
Part of the Tohara Ya Mwanaume campaign in Tanzania, this flier provides information about where to seek voluntary medical male circumcision services.
This mock-up of signs posted on a van was created for the Know Your Facts campaign to promote voluntary medical male circumcision in Botswana.
These billboards were created as part of a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Kenya.
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
Part of the Man Who Cares campaign to generate demand for safe male circumcision in Uganda, this poster includes the number for a free hotline to call for information about the... read more
One of the advertisements for the Know Your Facts campaign to create demand for voluntary medical male circumcision is shown on the side of a van in this photo.
In a poster created for Kenya's voluntary medical male circumcision programme, a satisfied client explains why he got circumcised and describes the measures he takes post-surgery... read more
An advertisement designed to run in newspapers is part of a football-themed campaign to promote voluntary medical male circumcision in Botswana.