Increasing Access to Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision through the Private Sector in Namibia

Dineo Dawn Pereko discusses SHOPS efforts to increase men’s access to voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) from private providers in Namibia. Pereko cites cost reduction and provider training as methods of increasing VMMC to reduce HIV transmission.

Author

Dineo Dawn Pereko

Contributor

Dineo Dawn Pereko

Published
July 2013
Resource Types
Presentation
Country
Namibia
Technical Area
Health Financing
Health Area
HIV
Keywords
private health insurance
male circumcision
HIV/AIDS
Current Downloads
7

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