Imagine a world in which a woman can walk into one health clinic and have all of her health needs
met, free of discrimination, financial barriers, or bureaucratic inefficiencies. Her needs may include family planning and contraception, STI diagnosis and treatment, HIV prevention, treatment, and care, maternity care, safe abortion, and gender-based violence prevention and care. These services are intimately connected in the lives of women and girls but are not always integrated at the service level. And, in order for access to integrated services to become a reality, advocacy strategies directed at policies, national processes, and funding must also be linked.