Women’s and girls’ health needs a holistic approach
We cannot afford to have a woman coming into a health-care facility for TB screening one day, then going somewhere else for HIV services on another day, and seeking other types of care at different times and places. We need to consider that a woman is not a collection of health conditions or needs, but a whole human being who requires holistic support to thrive.
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