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Covering the Last Kilometer: Using GIS to Scale-Up Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Services in Iringa and Njombe Regions, Tanzania

Journal Article
(Published September, 2015)
Mahler, H. (Author),
Searle, S. (Author),
Plotkin, M. (Author),
Kulindwa, Y. (Author),
Greenberg, S. (Author),
Mlanga, E. (Author),
Njeuhmeli, E. (Author),
Lija, G. (Author)
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A field action report shows interactive GIS maps created by overlapping facility data, roads, infrastructure, population, and service delivery data permitted strategic deployment of mobile VMMC services to underserved rural communities.  VMMCs performed in rural areas of Tanzania jumped from 48% in 2011 to 93% in 2014.

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Mahler HS, S; Plotkin, M; Kulindwa, Y; Greenberg, S; Mlanga, E; Njeuhmeli, E; Lija, G. Covering the Last Kilometer: Using GIS to Scale-Up Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Services in Iringa and Njombe Regions, Tanzania. Global Health: Science and Practice. 2015;3(3)