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Case Study

In order to improve voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) service uptake and target demand creation activities more effectively, clients curre

Events

As part of the XIX International AIDS Conference, held in Washington, D.C., from July 22-27, 2012, the World Bank, the U.S. Agency for Internationa

HIV Prevention Knowledge Base Entry

Structural approaches reduce an individual’s vulnerability to HIV by creating the conditions in which people can adopt safer behaviors. For example

Voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) is the surgical complete removal of the foreskin of the penis. While conducted for a number of reasons,

Technical Consultation Material

July 2012, Washington, DC - PEPFAR and AIDSTAR-One organized a satellite session at the International

June 2011, Washington, DC - Together with partners from United Nations Joint Programme on HIV/AIDS, the World Health Organization, the Bil

February 2011, Ghana - Seventy participants from 11 countries with mixed epidemics in sub-Saharan Africa, members of the PEPFAR Technical

La “Consulta Técnica Regional sobre el Tratamiento Antirretroviral para Latino America y el Caribe” se realizó en Santo Domingo, República Dominica

Spotlight

This editorial summarizes the evidence on condoms for HIV prevention, discusses barriers and opportunities regarding supply, and proposes ways to r

Technical Brief

Many countries have begun to decentralize HIV treatment to primary health care (PHC) centers to decrease the burden of providing HIV services at ex

Increasing demand for HIV/AIDS prevention, treatment, care and support in developing countries necessitates a renewed focus on models that increa

Health Policy Initiative Document

This document presents the potential cost and impact of scaling up medical MC services in Zimbabwe.

This document presents the potential cost and impact of scaling up medical MC services in Zambia.

This document presents the potential cost and impact of scaling up medical MC services in Botswana.

This document presents the potential cost and impact of scaling up medical MC services in Tanzania.

This document presents the potential cost and impact of scaling up medical MC services in Swaziland.

This document presents the potential cost and impact of scaling up medical MC services in South Africa.

This document presents the potential cost and impact of scaling up medical MC services in Rwanda.

This document presents the potential cost and impact of scaling up medical MC services in Namibia.

This document presents the potential cost and impact of scaling up medical MC services in Mozambique.

This document presents the potential cost and impact of scaling up medical MC services in Malawi.

This document presents the potential cost and impact of scaling up medical MC services in Nyanza, Kenya.

This document presents the potential cost and impact of scaling up medical MC services in Gambela, Ethiopia.

This document estimates the potential impact and costs of alternative approaches to scale up medical MC services using the MC Decision Makers' Prog

This document presents the potential cost and impact of scaling up medical MC services in Botswana.

This paper describes the HPI's effort to develop a better understanding of fundamental barriers to policy implementation through conducting a Poli

Summary of an analysis of the context and potential impact and cost of male circumcision conducted in Lesotho, Swaziland, and Zambia.

This analysis is part of a larger study titled the 'Costing Male Circumcision in Lesotho, Swaziland, and Zambia: Implications for Cost-Effectivenes

This analysis seeks to (1) understand the context of male circumcision in Lesotho; (2) assess the cost of providing adult MC in a resource-constrai

This document estimates the potential cost and impact of scaling-up medical male circumcision services in 14 countries in Eastern and Southern Afri