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Voluntary Male Medical Circumcision is an approach recognized as an additional intervention to reduce the risk of male heterosexually acquired HIV infection and other STIs implemented as part of a comprehensive HIV prevention package. According to the world health organization, male circumcision reduces the risk of heterosexual men getting HIV by approximately 60%.


Lubaga hospital offers VMMC services as a static site, an outreach and camp model.

The static sites are located at the Surgical Outpatients Department five day a week (Monday to Friday) between 8:00am and 5:00pm.

The routine outreach schedule is as illustrated in the table below;


No. Name Of Outreach Centre Location Day Of Outreach No. Of VHTs
1 Ndeeba St Joseph’s Catholic Parish Ndeeba Every Tuesday of the Week 4
2 Busega  Our Lady Of Mount Carmel Catholic Parish, Busega  3rd Monday of every month 4
3 Najjanankumbi II St Peter’s Sub-Parish Kibira, Massajja  2nd Thursday of every month 8
4 Kabowa  St Kizito Sub Parish Kabowa  1st Monday of every month 4
5 Lungujja  Missionary Servants of the Poor, Cushmano House, Lungujja  Last Friday of every month 4
6 Nateete  St. Donozio Sub Parish Nateete  Last Monday of every month 4
7 Mutundwe  St. Charles Lwanga Catholic Parish  3rd Friday of every month 4
8 Kitebi  Mapeera Sub Parish Kitebi  1st Friday of every month 4


The camp model is implemented upon collaboration among the VHTs, community and the health workers. Their dates change from time to time.


VMMC services are offered a no cost; the client is not expected to pay an amount in order to access the service.