Zambian Chief Challenges Beliefs on Circumcision

Jaclyn Schiff
Publication Date:
24 July 2013
Africa, Zambia, HIV-Aids and STDs, Health and Medicine

As the influential leader of Zambia's Kaonde people, Chief Jonathan Eshiloni Mumena's decision to undergo male circumcision was nothing short of a public health practitioner's dream. Jaclyn Schiff recently caught up with him to talk about his efforts to combat HIV/Aids.

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