Objective: The educational role played by traditional male circumcision seems missing in the medical male circumcision. This article aims to assess if there are educational materials provided to boys who undergo male circumcision at a hospital setting.
Method: Quantitative descriptive survey was used to conduct the study. Data was collected amongst males aged between 12 and 21 years through a self-designed standardised questionnaire, administered through face-to-face interviews. Convenience sampling was applied to select the participants and to identify hospitals were data was collected. STATISTICA and Microsoft Excel were used as software to analyse the data.
Results: The results of the article revealed that there is limited provision of educational materials regarding HIV/AIDS prevention among boys who undergo male circumcision at a hospital setting.
Conclusion: The development of an educational package for HIV/AIDS prevention for boys, who undergo medical male circumcision which is culture sensitive, was recommended.