Topic » Integration: HIV/AIDS

Integrating sexual and reproductive health care with HIV programs increases people’s access to information and services that reduce sexually-transmitted infections (including HIV), unintended pregnancies, maternal and newborn deaths, and mother-to-child transmission of HIV. Because clients seeking HIV services and those seeking family planning services share many needs and concerns, integrating services enables providers to address them efficiently and comprehensively. Integration also assures that the reproductive health and rights of people living with HIV/AIDS are addressed and respected. Improving access to reproductive health services, including contraception, is one of the most important interventions for effective HIV prevention, treatment and care. PAI is working to accelerate country demand for integrated health programs, providing support to in-country civil society organizations to start integration programs, and advocating to the Global Fund and other institutions, including the U.S. government, to prioritize integration in combating the spread of HIV.

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Data & Maps

Think Your 30-Minute Wait at the Doctor’s Office is Bad? Try This.

August 20, 2013

Say you’re living with HIV but married to someone who isn’t.  When you go to the nearest clinic to get contraceptives, you probably also want to receive medication for your HIV. Your partner also wants to be routinely tested to … Continue reading »


New PEPFAR Blueprint: Civil Society Essential to Achieving AIDS-Free Generation

December 7, 2012

December 07, 2012 New PEPFAR Blueprint: Civil Society Essential to Achieving AIDS-Free Generation Last week the U.S. government released the PEPFAR Blueprint: Creating an AIDS-Free Generation, which puts forward a bold vision to save lives and achieve an AIDS-free generation.  … Continue reading »


Election Outcome: What Family Planning Advocates Have To Be Thankful For

November 20, 2012

In this Thanksgiving season, supporters of international family planning programs have one thing to be truly thankful for—the 2012 election outcome. With the re-election of President Obama, advocates look forward to four more years of prioritized funding for overseas family … Continue reading »


Creating Opportunities for Gratitude

November 15, 2012

Originally posted on the Huffington Post Naomi Daka smiles and swings her arms, singing along with the other women in a back room of the Chawama Health Centre in Lusaka, Zambia. It’s the end of her weekly meeting of her … Continue reading »


PEPFAR Takes Contraception Off the Table

October 16, 2012

The recently released Fiscal Year 2013 Country Operational Plan (COP) Guidance  states in no uncertain terms that “PEPFAR funds may not be used to purchase family planning commodities” (page 52).  As they have since the beginning of the program, PEPFAR … Continue reading »

Policy Brief

Promoting Family Planning/Reproductive Health-HIV/AIDS Integration

July 30, 2012

This policy brief looks at how the “integration” principle and the “country ownership” principle are applied to FP/RH and HIV/AIDS services and civil society engagement in the Global Health Initiative country strategies in Ethiopia, Kenya, Tanzania, and Zambia. Continue reading »



The Under One Roof storybook reveals the challenges people in Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia encounter in getting reproductive health and HIV services when they need it.

July 30, 2012

Under One Roof, a companion storybook to In One Place, reveals the challenges people in Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia encounter in getting family planning, reproductive health and HIV services when they need it. Some travel long distances and spend hours waiting for services that are not routinely offered together. Others face stigma based on their HIV status. Young people face discrimination based on age. Some of these individuals are able to overcome these hurdles, others are not. Continue reading »


Join Us on July 26th for the Under One Roof Photo Exhibit and Reception

July 26, 2012

Please join Population Action International for an open reception and photography exhibit featuring photographs from Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia highlighting HIV/ AIDS and reproductive health integration. Continue reading »


HIV epidemic, family planning needs are linked, and demand an integrated approach

July 24, 2012

Originally posted on Science Speaks With the conclusion of the international London Summit on Family Planning earlier this month, the global health community has shifted its focus to the International AIDS Conference in Washington, D.C. It is exciting to see … Continue reading »

Data & Maps

In One Place Infographic

July 21, 2012

Integration means offering family planning, reproductive health and HIV services together at the same time and in the same facility. It is a client-centered, rights-based approach that improves lives for women and youth living with and at risk of HIV. Continue reading »