Breaking the Cycle of Transmission, PrEP for High Risk Men considerations and implications
An overview of the PrEP for high-risk men considerations and implications from research seeking to break the cycle of HIV transmission by increasing uptake of HIV testing, prevention and linkage to treatment among young men in South Africa.
Breaking the Cycle of Transmission: Quantitative Research Findings and Segmentation
An overview of the quantitative research and segmentation from research seeking to break the cycle of HIV transmission by increasing uptake of HIV testing, prevention, and linkage to treatment among young men in South Africa.
Men’s perception of treatment as prevention in South Africa: Implications for engagement in HIV care and treatment.
While South Africa provides universal access to treatment, HIV testing and antiretroviral therapy (ART) uptake remains low, particularly among men. Little is known about community awareness of the effects of treatment on preventing transmission, and how this information might impact HIV service utilization. This qualitative study explored understandings of treatment as prevention among rural South African men.
Why Medical Male Circumcision is Vital to South Africa’s HIV Combination Prevention Strategy
Produced by CareWorks, this 2:53-minute video features animated infographics that illustrate the importance of voluntary medical male circumcision in combination with other HIV interventions and the potential impact of successful scale-up, with a focus on South Africa.
A report documenting women’s perspectives on male circumcision for HIV prevention based on interviews and focus group discussions with about 500 women in HIV-affected communities in Kenya, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, and Uganda. The report offers recommendations on how to ensure that the rollout of voluntary medical male circumcision is safe and beneficial to whole communities—including men and women.