Tanzanian Women Urging Partners To Undergo Circumcision To Reduce HIV, HPV Risk

Thomson Reuters Foundation: Tanzanian women lobby male partners to be circumcised
“…In [Efrazia Ngwabi’s] village, talking candidly about circumcision would have once been unthinkable, but as people’s attitudes begin to change due to awareness campaigns, more women are actively encouraging their male partners to be circumcised, she said…” (Makoye, 8/8).

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