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Presentation given at the XVIII International AIDS Conference in Vienna, July 2010, on the Decision Makers Program Planning tool (DMPPT) for mathematical... read more
An overview of the process moving from supply side to demand side for a product. Included in the second webinar, Moving VMMC Communications Forward.
Overview on demand creation activities in Swaziland provided at the satellite session sponsored by PSI and FHI 360 at the 2010 International AIDS conference in Vienna.
An overview of global VMMC scale-up, this presentation was given at the17th Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections in San Francisco, California, in... read more
Overview of MOVE WHO pilot initiative that aims to maximise surgical results and minimize time and resources needed to perform high volumes of surgery. Presentation... read more
Presentation given at the 2010 AIDS Conference in Vienna on the situation analysis and qualitative data on attitudes and intentions toward MC in Zimbabwe.
Presentation on the introduction of the Shang Ring in African delivered at the satellite session of the 2010 AIDS Conference in Vienna.
Demand creation poster from Botswana.
The Male Circumcision Consortium’s media engagement strategy enabled the project team to build and maintain relationships with journalists, respond quickly to misinformation, and... read more