The need to better meet the Family Planning needs of women living with HIV in Kenya and Swaziland

The need to better meet the Family Planning needs of women living with HIV in Kenya and Swaziland

Women living with HIV in Swaziland and Kenya want to manage the number and spacing of their children, but many experience unintended or mistimed pregnancies. New research suggests there needs to be a specific focus on improving access to long-acting contraception

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Iranian Midwives Build Momentum for Sexual Reproductive Health and HIV Integration

Iranian Midwives Build Momentum for Sexual Reproductive Health and HIV Integration

An advocacy case study from Iran: Leveraging existing members of Iran’s Scientific Association of Midwifery to integrate sexual reproductive health and HIV. Midwives in Iran have been showcased in a new report from IPPF South Asia and the European Union.

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Launch of the “Minimum standards for the integration of HIV and Sexual Reproductive Health in the SADC Region”

Launch of the “Minimum standards for the integration of HIV and Sexual Reproductive Health in the SADC Region”

At the 18th International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa (ICASA) the Minimum standards for the integration of HIV and Sexual Reproductive Health in the SADC Region were launched by the Senator Sibongile Ndlela-Simelane, Honourable Minister of Health for Swaziland, and

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