Traditional male circumcision in the context of HIV prevention
Meeting report, Johannesburg, South Africa. 13-15 April 2010
A WHO/UNAIDS East and Southern Africa regional consultation
In order to share, learn from and synthesize the experiences of countries where traditional male circumcision is taking place, WHO and UNAIDS organized an East and Southern Africa Consultation on Traditional Male Circumcision in the Context of HIV Prevention, from the 13th to the 15th April, 2010 in South Africa.
The meeting brought together an array of participants to improve understanding among key stakeholders about traditional male circumcision and identify effective approaches that countries have adopted to develop a systematic way forward for ensuring that traditional male circumcision contributes to increasing access to safe, effective and affordable male circumcision for HIV prevention.