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The study on “Evidence-based Strategies for Sexual and Reproductive Health Linkages and HIV in Malaysia” was funded by UNFPA under the 2011 Unified and Budget Work Plan (UBW) as part of their continuing efforts to strengthen the country’s strategic response on HIV prevention education and delivery of linked SRH and HIV services with dedicated integration of the gender perspective among most-at-risk population groups especially young people and sex workers. It was designed to complement the WHO/UNFPA funded study on Strengthening HIV and SRH linkages in Malaysia in 2010 that focused on the “supply” components of linked HIV/SRH services. In fact the study was aimed to evaluate the “demand” aspects, namely programme efficiency and effectiveness through a desk review and the responses from the recipients of such services.