Changes Tested to Improve Quality of Safe Male Circumcision Services in Uganda

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In January 2013, the USAID ASSIST Project started providing technical assistance and support to 30 health units and 10 implementing partners in Uganda to carry out quality improvement activities in safe male circumcision (SMC), also known as voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC). In August 2013, the teams convened to share experiences and learn from each other. The learning session's objectives were to:

  • Enable site teams to share experiences on what changes they have tested to improve SMC quality standards and performance indicators,
  • Address cross-cutting gaps identified during the learning sessions and remind the teams about the SMC package, and
  • Support sites in coming up with action plans for implementation of identified gaps.
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English