Effective Interventions

Effective Interventions

High Impact Prevention

Many Men, Many Voices

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Many Men, Many Voices (3MV) has been diffused as part of the DEBI project since 2004. After publication of the intervention's efficacy paper in 2009, CDC, in partnership with ICF Macro and the intervention's developers, Patricia Coury-Doniger and Gary English, undertook a 15-month process to update and revise the intervention's implementation materials. The re-packaged intervention kit, which was completed in January 2011, is available for download from this website. 

It is our hope that the new materials will provide meaningful and substantial assistance to individuals and agencies implementing 3MV. We strongly suggest that current implementers and facilitators review the new materials and avail themselves of the array of new tools and resources, as they are designed in a straightforward, easy-to-use format that will enable consistent implementation in a manner that maintains fidelity to the original intervention design. 

If you have any questions about these materials, please contact Dr. Charles Collins at cwc4@cdc.gov.

Good luck, and best wishes for success!

Implementation Materials

3MV Facilitator's Guide
Additional support materials to accompany the Facilitator's Guide (PDF & MS Word, if applicable)

The numbers before each document (e.g., 1.1) correspond to the 3MV session in which each handout should be used.
M&E Tools 
Retreat Guidance
Facilitators Guide Power Point 
3MV Implementation Manual
Additional support materials to accompany the Implementation Manual (PDF & MS Word, if applicable)

M&E Tools
CDC Materials

CD Labels  

The materials on this site are designed for HIV/AIDS prevention with persons at risk for acquiring or transmitting HIV. They are meant to be resources used by HIV prevention providers such as health departments and community-based organizations so as to provide the best evidence-based HIV prevention services. These materials are not meant for the general public. They are not meant for children. They are not school-based HIV prevention strategies.