Preventing HIV through Safe, Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision in Generalized HIV Epidemics

Session frequency varies.

This teleECHO program provides an introduction and overview of guidelines for HIV prevention through voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMV) as part of a combination of prevention strategies in high-burden settings.

Objectives 

  • Introduction and overview of guideline development.
  • HIV prevention through VMMC as part of combination prevention in high burden settings.
  • Considerations on offering VMMC to younger adolescent boys.
  • Use of devices as methods of surgical male circumcision.

Target Audience

  • VMMC and Health Policy Makers
  • National Program Managers
  • Healthcare Providers in VMMC Services
  • Donors and Implementing Agencies Supporting Interventions on HIV and the Health of Adolescent Boys and Men