Integration: It would be criminal not to move from rhetoric to reality

Integration: It would be criminal not to move from rhetoric to reality

Results from the Integra Initiative were presented at the International AIDS Conference in a special satellite session, chaired by British MP Pamela Nash, on Tuesday 22nd July. The research team delivered their findings to delegates, emphasising that successful integration of

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My struggles and triumphs as a HIV-positive boy

My struggles and triumphs as a HIV-positive boy

Bomani, a 15-year-old boy from Ntcheu District in Malawi, was diagnosed HIV positive when he was 12 years old. Bomani was one of the beneficiaries and a success story of the Integra project 2008 – 2013 that was implemented by

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Facts & Findings from Integra at AIDS 2014

Facts & Findings from Integra at AIDS 2014

Evidence from Integra Key facts and findings from the Integra Initiative will be presented in our satellite session, Making Sense of Complexity, at the IAS AIDS 2014 Conference Melbourne, Australia. Facts, Findings and Answers This interactive session will present evidence from the

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Saving Lives & Value for Money

Saving Lives & Value for Money

Political commitment is needed to turn research into action, to capitalise on the potential efficiency and effectiveness of integrating sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and HIV services. Saving lives and using investment effectively is a top global health priority around

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Pioneering research: integrated services can enhance global HIV and family planning efforts

Pioneering research: integrated services can enhance global HIV and family planning efforts

A five year research project that looked into the cost, quality, health benefits and stigma reduction with integrated HIV and sexual and reproductive health service delivery in Africa shows that there are benefits to integration. Key findings include: –  Integration

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