Services on Demand
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Bull World Health Organ vol.87 n.11 Genebra Nov. 2009
IN THIS MONTH'S BULLETIN
Many papers in this month's issue address the special theme of strengthening the linkages between sexual and reproductive health and HIV. In the lead editorial, Michel Sidibé & Kent Buse (806) explain why these links are crucial to public health.
In a second editorial, Diarmid Campbell-Lendrum & Manjula Lusti-Narasimhan (807), commenting on the paper by Leo Bryant et al. (852-857), discuss the controversial issue of linking climate change with family planning.
Manjula Lusti-Narasimhan et al. (816-823) find that most proposals approved by the Global Fund reflect the links between sexual and reproductive health and HIV.
Progress and problems
Clare Dickinson et al. (846-851) provide a progress report on efforts to combine services for sexual and reproductive health and HIV.
Choices for women with HIV
Rose Wilcher & Willard Cates (833-839) address the reproductive health needs of HIV-positive women.
Back to basics
Adrienne Germain et al. (840-845) argue that HIV services need to be integrated with sexual and reproductive health programmes.
Climate change and population
Leo Bryant et al. (852-857) discuss how family-planning services may affect developing countries' contributions to climate change.
Involving young people
Raoul Fransen-dos Santos (877-879) says that young people are often overlooked in AIDS strategies.
Sexually transmitted infections and HIV
Richard Steen et al. (858-865) discuss how the control of sexually transmitted infections helps reduce HIV transmission.
Kevin Moody (875-876) calls for an end to discrimination against men who have sex with men and against people living with HIV.
Environment risky for health
Eva A Rehfuess et al. (880-882) discuss the role of the health sector in developing environmental policies.