Using Football Bonanzas to Kick Up Demand for VMMC in Malawi 

Using Football Bonanzas to Kick Up Demand for VMMC in Malawi 

Lilongwe, Malawi–When the Mdulidwe Stars take the football field, there’s more at stake than scoring goals. In the Chichewa language, the team’s name means Circumcision Stars and several players will spend halftime explaining to the crowd the health benefits of voluntary medical male circumcision, or VMMC. Richard Mvula, a well-known football player in the Mitundu

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Lifesaving Care Delivered in the Community For almost 20 years, we have worked to reduce the global burden of HIV by testing people for HIV, supporting people on treatment, circumcising males to reduce their chance of getting HIV and offering oral pre-exposure prophylaxis to people at risk. With nearly 38 million people living with HIV

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