Archive: Family Planning and HIV Services Integration Toolkit
Family Planning and HIV Services Integration Toolkit
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The integration of family planning (FP) and HIV services is an approach in which both services are provided together to deliver more comprehensive care to clients and improve sexual and reproductive health outcomes. It includes the delivery of both services at the same time and location as well as referrals from one service to the other. “Integration” in this context refers to the delivery of health services, and is one part of a broader net of linkages between FP and HIV policies, programs, funding, and advocacy.
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