A look at AIDS 2014: It is time for a caring hand

Reflecting on the AIDS 2014 conference in Melbourne, Australia, JSI’s Helen Cornman highlights the increasingly important role that social support will play moving forward in the global fight against HIV.

Reducing the spread of HIV through voluntary medical male circumcision: JSI’s experience in East Central Uganda

About eight years ago three randomized controlled studies showed done in Uganda, Kenya and South Africa showed that male circumcision for sexually active men provides up to 60% protection against HIV infection. Increasingly with support from PEPFAR, voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) is being added to other HIV prevention interventions in high HIV prevalence and … Continue reading “Reducing the spread of HIV through voluntary medical male circumcision: JSI’s experience in East Central Uganda”

Reducing the Spread of HIV through voluntary medical male circumcision: JSI’s experience in East Central Uganda

About eight years ago three randomized controlled studies showed done in Uganda, Kenya and South Africa showed that male circumcision for sexually active men provides up to 60% protection against HIV infection. Increasingly with support from PEPFAR, voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) is being added to other HIV prevention interventions in high HIV prevalence and low male circumcision prevalence areas, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa.