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In a series of charts, this report outlines the message design matrix for the Mulanje voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) campaign in Malawi. It includes a participant and... read more
An analysis of the status of male circumcision in Malawi conducted in 2013, this report presents data on the prevalence and socio-demographic distribution of male circumcision,... read more
In Kenya, ongoing, well-informed media coverage of voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) has helped create a supportive environment for scale-up. A case study documents how... read more
This poster was created for a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Malawi.
This poster depicts younger and older men and was created for a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Malawi.
This brochure was created for a VMMC campaign in Malawi.
Since August 2009, Makerere University School of Public Health led a general campaign abut safe male circumcision (SMC) for HIV prevention in Uganda. As part of the campaign, this... read more
Since August 2009, the Makerere University School of Public Health has led a general campaign abut safe male circumcision (SMC) for HIV prevention in Uganda. As part of the... read more
Created for a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Uganda’s urban communities, this poster appeals to women to encourage their partners to get circumcised.
Designed for a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Tanzania, this carry bag promotes male circumcision.