Convergence of HIV and sexual and reproductive health services for people living with or most at risk of HIV: A toolkit for building capacity

Toolkits & Guides
New Delhi
48 p. (full toolkit) + 20 p. + 28 p. (sections)

HIV-SRH convergence is defined as a very wide range of activities or processes, which are undertaken with an objective to provide a complete package to enable people to access services for HIV and sexual and reproductive health (SRH) which overlap. The aim of this capacity-building toolkit is to provide practical guidance for building capacity of various institutions to converge or integrate HIV and SRH services strategically, so that people who are living with HIV or are most at risk of HIV can access the SRH services they need without any barriers. The capacity-building toolkit focuses on: - building capacity of non governmental organizations (NGOs) and community-based organizations (CBOs) for generating demand for SRH services among people living with and most at risk of HIV; - strengthening the capacity of health service providers to meet the sexual and reproductive health needs of these populations with quality services. This capacity-building toolkit has been developed for program managers of NGOs and CBOs working with people living with and most at risk of HIV, health care providers in the public sector at the national, district, and facility levels, as well as those running private-sector programs providing SRH services.

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