Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC) in Tanzania and Zimbabwe: Service Delivery Intensity and Modality and Their Influence on the Age of Clients

Learn more about this journal articleScaling up voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) to 80% of men aged 15–49 within five years could avert 3.4 million new HIV infections in Eastern and Southern Africa by 2025. Since 2009, Tanzania and Zimbabwe have rapidly expanded VMMC services through different delivery (fixed, outreach or mobile) and intensity (routine services, campaign) models. Three JSI staff members, Amelia Rock, Natasha Kanagat, Sophia Magalona, contributed to a review that describes the modality and intensity of VMMC services and its influence on the number and age of clients. Read the article at PLOS-One.

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