WORLD VASECTOMY DAY 2019 TRAVELS TO COLOMBIA!
2019 HAS ARRIVED AND PREPARATIONS ARE WELL UNDER WAY FOR WHAT WILL BE OUR LARGEST AND MOST AMBITIOUS EVENT EVER.
NOVEMBER 22, 2019
WORLD VASECTOMY DAY TRAVELS TO COLOMBIA!
2019 has arrived and preparations are well under way for what will be our largest and most ambitious event ever.
Call them resolutions, affirmations or simply our commitment to build a smarter and more powerful movement, but here is what we intend to accomplish:
Building on this exciting momentum, WVD is headquartering 2019 in Colombia, South America to launch its most ambitious event ever. WVD is proud to be partnering with Profamilia, the country’s leader in family planning and the largest provider of vasectomies in all of South America.
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World Vasectomy Day brings you their take on the classic Mariachi song "El Mariachi Loco", as part of announcing Mexico as the host country for WVD 2017!
Want a basic explanation about what a vasectomy is, why it's an important option for families, and how it beats other methods? Watch this!
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WORLD VASECTOMY DAY IS CELEBRATED AROUND THE WORLD
Governments, non-governmental family planning agencies, thousands of medical professionals and great people who want to help men help their families are participating in a movement to recognize the importance of men's involvement in family planning. It's time to recognize men who are willing to take responsibility for their seed, and avoid unintended pregnancies.
If you are considering vasectomy, we can help you find providers!
OUR WORK, OUR PASSION
We believe men worldwide are ready to make the choice to do right by themselves, their families and our future by becoming engaged in conversations about family planning.
World Vasectomy Day is about starting these conversations, and helping men and their families become more informed about their choices. We create alliances with governments, organizations, and individuals to help train providers, educate families, and deliver services to men who are stepping up for their loved ones.LEARN MORE