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Mlungisi's Journey: Male Circumcision in Swaziland

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Uploaded on Aug 24, 2009

By the time Swazi men are in their 30s, nearly half of them are HIV+.

Male circumcision has the potential to turn the tide of the HIV epidemic by reducing their risk of acquiring the disease by up to 60%.

Nationally, Swaziland has expanded its HIV prevention response to allow for male circumcision services in clinical settings.

This is the story of Mlungisi and his journey to get circumcised.

Swaziland has a big task ahead: to circumcise over 110,000 men aged 15-24 in the next five years.

Photography and Video by Neal Piper

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