What Does Family Planning Have to do with HIV? Everything.

Publish Year : 2011
Publisher : Center for Health and Gender Equality (CHANGE)
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Description :

This publication provides a brief overview of why it is important to consider voluntary family planning as a component for HIV prevention and treatment. It outlines the beneficial health outcomes of integrated HIV/AIDS and family planning services, as well as how these services can also promote women’s rights. This piece concludes with an informational section on international policy and how these programs are funded globally.

 


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