Scaling Up Routine Early Infant Male Circumcision Within Maternal, Newborn and Child Health

image006In this webinar, held Jan. 28, 2015, global health experts considered the pros and cons of offering early infant male circumcision (EIMC) in 14 priority countries in Africa as part of routine Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (MNCH) care.

A number of global and country presenters shared policy viewpoints, implementation experience and pilot results.

LISTENWebinar Recording | REVIEW: Answers to Questions Posed in Webinar Chat



Providing Early Infant Male Circumcision within Routine Service Delivery
Lauren Bellhouse, MPH – UNICEF HQ- Health Section


janetEIMC and Maternal Newborn & Child Health (MNCH): Perspectives from an MNCH Point of View
Janet Kayita, MD, MPH – Senior Health Specialist (MNCH) in UNICEF’s Eastern & Southern Africa Regional Office


emmanuelIntroducing Early Infant Male Circumcision (EIMC): DMPPT 2.0 Modeling
Emmanuel Njeuhmeli, MD, MPH, MBA – Biomedical Prevention Advisor,  Office of HIV/AIDS at USAID


VirgileKikayaEIMC Services in Lesotho: Introduction of EIMC Services and Efforts to Scale Up
Virgile Kikaya, MD – 
Country Director, Jhpiego Lesotho



Building the Capacity to Deliver Early Infant Male Circumcision Services in Rwanda: Lessons Learnt
Placidie Mugwaneza, MD –
Rwanda Biomedical Centre


KarinDevice-led Early Infant Male Circumcision in Zimbabwe: Pilot Study Findings and Implications for EIMC Programming
Karin Hatzold, MD, MPH – 
Deputy Director of Programs, PSI Zimbabwe |Director, Gates VMMC Partnership Project

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