Linking Sexual and Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS

An annotated inventory

No. of pages: 23

Publication Date: 2005

Author: WHO, UNAIDS, IPPF, UNFPA

Publisher: WHO

This annotated inventory contributes to strengthening linkages between HIV/AIDS and SRH programmes by providing access to relevant programming tools for fostering such linkages and pointing out gap areas where tools need to be developed. It reviews tools that link HIV/AIDS with SRH programmes (sexual health, maternal health, family planning and STI management) and conversely, that link SRH with HIV/AIDS programmes (prevention, treatment, care and support).

The inventory is not intended to be exhaustive, and should be viewed as a 'living document' that will be updated as new tools become available. This inventory is complementary to "Sexual and Reproductive Health & HIV/AIDS: A Framework for Priority Linkages" published in October 2005 by WHO, UNFPA, UNAIDS and IPPF.

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