Acting on HIV to achieve global family planning targets and goals
Briefing paper on HIV and sexual and reproductive health and rights.
This briefing paper* and call to action explains how integrating HIV and SRHR can strengthen the provision and uptake of family planning services.
Adolescent girls and young women, women living with HIV and women from populations most impacted by HIV (including sex workers, women who use drugs, women who experience intimate partner violence, and other women living in contexts of vulnerability) face multiple barriers to enjoying their sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) and accessing comprehensive SRHR services.
Evidence shows that providing integrated HIV and SRHR services can support progress on both SRHR and HIV targets and goals.
*This is an updated version of an earlier briefing paper.
This article was written as the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, before we changed our name to Frontline AIDS.