Sexual and reproductive health

Gateways to integration - A case study from Serbia

Linking sexual and reproductive health and HIV/AIDS

World Health Organization, United Nations Population Fund, Internation Planned Parenthood Federation

Case study from Serbia

Publication details

Number of pages: 20
Publication date: 2009
Languages: English - Web only


These case studies demonstrate the two-way flow between sexual and reproductive health and HIV/AIDS health care services and reflect the diversity of integration models. They provide a brief overview that shows why the decision to integrate was taken, by whom, and what actions were needed to make it happen. The intention is to share some of the experience and lessons learned that may be useful to others who wish to consider actions to strengthen this integration.

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