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To the extent possible, SRH services should be offered alongside other services that young people seek, including treatment and care for menstrual hygiene, anemia, mental health, substance use, injury, non-communicable diseases, HIV, post-abortion care, and maternal health.CorrectIncorrect
Young people’s access to services can be sporadic. Health systems should capitalize on the key moments when young people do access health services, to provide them with contraceptive and other SRH services. One such moment is when young women (and young men) attend clinics or outreach services aimed at improving maternal and child health (MCH). Integrating SRH and MCH has been proven to save lives, money and time, including for first-time parents.CorrectIncorrect
Programmatic evaluations have shown that integrated SRHR and HIV services improve access, increase uptake, and provide better care and increased efficiency in both time and resources. What are some of the reasons for this?CorrectIncorrect
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