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Activity Brief
9 January 2018

Does shifting gender norms on the community level lead to increased HIV services uptake?

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Provides an overview of a study Project SOAR and partners are conducting in South Africa on the effects of community interventions on gender norm change and HIV outcomes. The SOAR study builds on an ongoing National Institute of Mental Health-funded randomized controlled trial being conducted in South Africa—Community Mobilization for Treatment as Prevention.

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Journal Article
5 September 2019

Impact and cost of scaling up voluntary medical male circumcision for HIV prevention in the context of the new 90-90-90 HIV treatment targets

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This paper examines how scale-up of voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) services in four priority countries in sub-Saharan Africa could contribute to ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030 in the context of concerted efforts to close the treatment gap, and what the impact of VMMC scale-up would be if the 90-90-90 treatment targets were not completely met.

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Journal Article
5 September 2019

Modeling the impact of Uganda’s safe male circumcision program: implications for age and regional targeting

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Uganda aims to provide safe male circumcision (SMC) to 80% of men ages 15–49 by 2016. To date, only 2 million men have received SMC of the 4.2 million men required. In response to age and regional trends in SMC uptake, the country sought to re-examine its targets with respect to age and subnational region, to assess the program’s progress, and to refine the implementation approach.

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