Why is the integration of family planning (FP) and HIV/AIDS services important and how does it relate to the right to health?
What models of service integration are currently being implemented in Kenya?
What are the successes, outcomes and lessons learned from clients and providers in Kenya?
What can you do to advocate for the integration of FP and HIV/AIDS services and halt the feminization of AIDS?
Disclaimer: While this presentation focuses specifically on the integration of family planning services and HIV/AIDS testing and counseling services, it is important to note that this is just one example that falls within a more comprehensive approach to service integration. To address the AIDS epidemic, health systems must integrate HIV/AIDS services for prevention, care and treatment with non-HIV services such as primary care, maternal and child health, and reproductive health services, including family planning. Additionally, HIV/AIDS services should be connected to social and community-based services that address underlying determinants for health such as poverty, unemployment and legal inequalities.