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Key Programmatic Challenges of the Acceleration of VMMC HIV Prevention: Satellite Session Flyer
To increase adoption of male circumcision among older men, this project developed a tool to assist social mobilisers to communicate consistent, standardised messages to... read more
In 2011, the Strengthening Health Outcomes through the Private Sector (SHOPS) project proposed a standardized fee for voluntary medical male circumcision to the Namibian... read more
Examines the implications of male circumcision for women.
Summarises all the evidence on MC for HIV prevention including the 3 RCTs, observational and epidemiological studies. The biological rationale for MC providing a protective effect... read more
Highlights the main health benefits (other than HIV prevention) of male circumcision and some of the associated risks.
This information package has been prepared for the use of policy makers and programme managers who may be facing an increased demand for male circumcision services and who... read more
This appendix shares experience from the introduction and scale up of reproductive technologies to provide some useful lessons for MC service delivery scale up.
Lessons Learned from the Accelerated Scale up in Southern and Eastern Africa.
This table captures the numbers of male circumcisions performed, achievement and potential infections averted in eastern and southern Africa, 2010.