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Malawi’s guidelines for Clinical Management of HIV in Children and Adults promote the practice of provider-initiated family planning (PIFP) for all clients over the age of 15. The guidelines recommend that providers should offer all clients condoms, offer injectables to female clients, and refer clients to another provider or site if clients prefer another family planning method. This study assessed to what extent family planning services had been integrated into HIV services among 41 facilities in Malawi (hospitals, health posts, health centers; public and nonprofit private) and how the reproductive rights of people living with HIV were being addressed.
McGinn, E.K. and I. Laili. 2019. "Provider-Initiated Family Planning Within HIV Services in Malawi: Did Policy Make It into Practice?" Global Health: Sciences and Practice. https://doi.org/10.9745/GHSP-D-19-00192
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