|Stephen Lewis (1995-1999)|
|Rao Gupta (2011)|
|World Health Organization|
UNICEF promotes the circumcision of children as HIV prevention policy.
Children & AIDS brochure
UNAIDS is working with the Swaziland Ministry of Health to introduce and scale up neonatal circumcision.
Point of Interest: In recent studies, HIV transmission was found to be more prevalent in circumcised males in Swaziland. The drive to circumcise the majority of Swazi men continues none the less.
- ↑ "Medical male circumcision". Eastern and Southern Africa. Unicef. http://www.unicef.org/esaro/5482_7884.html. Retrieved 2011-04-29. "the Government and UNICEF are working together to introduce infant male circumcision"
- ↑ Mazzotta, Meredith (2011-03-04). "Swaziland embarks on ambitious plan to circumcise 80 percent of men 18 to 49 this year". Science Speaks: HIV & TB News. http://sciencespeaksblog.org/2011/03/04/swaziland-embarks-on-ambitious-plan-to-circumcise-80-percent-of-men-18-to-49-this-year/. Retrieved 2011-05-06. "The Ministry of Health, supported principally by UNICEF and PEPFAR, is currently working to introduce and scale up neonatal circumcision."
- ↑ "Swaziland Demographic and Health Survey 2006-07". Mbabane, Swaziland: Central Statistical Office and Macro International Inc.. 2008. http://www.measuredhs.com/pubs/pdf/FR202/FR202.pdf. Retrieved 2011-05-06. "As Table 14.10 shows, the relationship between HIV prevalence and circumcision status is not in the expected direction. Circumcised men have a slightly higher HIV infection rate than men who are not circumcised (22 percent compared with 20 percent)".