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The WHO integrated management standards (IMAI, IMCI, IMPAC) are packages of evidence-based guidelines, educational materials and job aids designed for health workers in low resource settings.

These tools together with immunization services cover the entire range of primary health care services at routine facilities in limited resource settings. They address community, health centre, and district hospital care in limited-resource settings.

Integrated Management of Adolescent and Adult Illness (IMAI) is an integrated approach to adolescent and adult health. It reduces death, illness and disability among adolescents and adults, while improving their overall wellbeing. It is a multi-pronged comprehensive approach to health care, which strengthens health services, systems and communities by empowering health care providers, lay people and communities in resource poor settings.

Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMCI) is an integrated approach to child health that focuses on the overall well-being of the child. It reduces illness, disability and death, and improves growth and development among children under five years of age. IMCI includes both preventive and curative elements that are implemented by families, communities, and health facilities.

Integrated Management of Pregnancy and Childhood (IMPAC) is an integrated approach to maternal and newborn care. It addresses factors crucial for access to skilled care before, during and after pregnancy and childbirth.

A network of functional collaborating institutions/centres supporting the implementation of these integrated management tools could contribute significantly to the technical support requirements of HIV testing and counselling; HIV care and ART; PMTCT integrated within maternal and child services; other prevention with positives and for negatives; and special primary health care for IDU, MSM, sex workers and adolescents; and emergency care and critical care services.

The use of country- adapted generic WHO integrated management tools in multiple countries creates a unique opportunity for south-to-south exchange as the basis for ongoing technical support for scale up and quality improvement. This would support country ownership and sustainability.

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