HIV Prevention in Maternal Health Services

Programming Guide

No. of pages: 23

Publication Date: 2004

Author: UNFPA, EngenderHealth

ISBN: 0-89714-694-8

These guides can be used to strengthen the integration of HIV prevention into maternal health services and build the capacity of health workers to address the prevention needs of pregnant and post-partum women.

Programme planners, health managers, and trainers using these guides will, according to their needs, be able to plan, design and monitor HIV prevention interventions for pregnant and post-partum clients and train health providers to ensure they have the capacity to deliver HIV/AIDS services. The programming guide also includes a key messages card for providing direction on what HIV prevention messages to adapt and integrate into various HIV prevention interventions.

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