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Developed for a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Zimbabwe, this poster urges young men to "invest in your future" by getting circumcised.
This handbook was created as part of a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Kenya to assist community mobilisers in speaking with members of their community about male... read more
Created for women in Zambia, this comic booklet provides basic information on male circumcision through a discussion between two women.
Developed for a safe male circumcision campaign in Uganda, this poster features a woman who says she is proud because her husband is circumcised.
Developed for a safe male circumcision campaign in Uganda, this poster depicts a woman who seems to prefer a circumcised man.
This poster, which features photos of satisfied male circumcision clients, encourages men in Zambia to “face life’s challenges head on” by getting circumcised.
Developed for a voluntary medical male circumcision campaign in Zimbabwe, this brochure provides information about the procedure for women interested in talking to their male... read more
The report of a March 2014 meeting provides insight into how epidemiological models can be used to predict the impact and guide the implementation of voluntary medical male... read more
Developed by a committee and led by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which incorporated inputs from the WHO Technical Advisory Group on Innovations in MC,... read more