Namibia, PEPFAR Celebrate Milestone Of 150,000 Voluntary Medical Male Circumcisions As HIV Prevention Effort

USAID: Namibia and PEPFAR celebrate 150,000 Circumcisions
On June 20, PEPFAR and Namibia celebrated the milestone of achieving 150,000 circumcisions. This post highlights remarks made at the event and notes, “Under the leadership and guidance of the Ministry of Health and Social Services, these boys and men received a safe Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC). Their action significantly contributed to the country’s fight against HIV” (6/20).

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