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Part of a communications campaign, this radio spot is a “teaser” that introduces one of the campaign themes but does not reveal that “something big” is the voluntary medical male... read more
In South Africa, the Center for HIV and AIDS Prevention Studies (CHAPS) has partnered with Dr. Maphisa & Partners, a private medical practice serving the inner city of... read more
A newsletter of the Clearinghouse on Male Circumcision for HIV Prevention.
The EngenderHealth Champion Project is a large, innovative HIV prevention project that aims to increase men’s involvement in preventing the spread of HIV and promoting... read more
The National AIDS & STI Control Programme (NASCOP) convenes quarterly meetings of national and provincial task forces that bring together all of the implementing partners in... read more
The Zambia U-Report Case Study provides information on designing, implementing, and managing a strategy that uses text messages to encourage greater participation by ... read more
A summary of international and national policies on voluntary medical male circumcision programme managed by Population Services International in Swaziland, this... read more
An overview of the voluntary medical male circumcision programme managed by Population Services International in Swaziland, this presentation was developed in 2009 as part of a... read more