"I am glad I encouraged my partner to go for Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision"
"It will benefit both of us because now we have reduced the risk of contracting HIV. After circumcision we agreed to abstain from sex for the recommended six weeks to allow for healing. We plan to continue practicing other HIV prevention methods such as being faithful to one another, using condoms every time we have sex and knowing our HIV status.Your man can get circumcised too. Just visit any government health facility with him and talk to a doctor about voluntary medical male circumcision. It is offered to men of all ages. Support your partner. You will not regret it. VMMC services are available at all government health facilities for FREE.""Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision. VMMC. Kutahiriwa ni Kujijali.""USAID. From the American people." "maisha!"
Photograph of a woman, with most of the poster text in a word balloon near her. A logo-style graphic for VMMC, resembling a circumcised penis, appears in the lower right. A small AIDS ribbon also appears there.
AIDS Education Collection
AIDS (Disease)--Government policyAIDS (Disease)--Transmission--PreventionCircumcisionCondom useHeterosexualsMen
United States. Agency for International DevelopmentUnited States. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS ReliefKenya. Ministry of Public Health and SanitationNational AIDS Control Council (Kenya)
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