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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 of a... read more
Compendium of Journal Publications, Study Reports, Research Notes, and Presentations.
The World Health Organization, in collaboration with Jhpiego, developed this manual to help providers and programme managers deliver safe, high-quality infant male circumcision... read more
This is an update on innovative approaches to VMMC in Kenya provided at the Joint PEPFAR/WHO Meeting on Accelerating the Scale-up of Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) for... read more
This is a presentation on the VMMC implementation strategies, successes and challenges in Malawi provided at the Joint PEPFAR/WHO Meeting on Accelerating the Scale-up of... read more
This presenation is a report on the two and a half day WHO/UNAIDS M&E Meeting held in Johannesburg (18 – 20 September) to review the findings of the two-phase assessment... read more
This presentation reviews the progress in the seven pillars of the Joint Strategic Action Framework to Accelerate the Scale-Up of Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision for... read more
Presented at the Joint PEPFAR/WHO Meeting on Accelerating the Scale-up of Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) for HIV Prevention in East and Southern Africa from 25–28... read more