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The purpose of these National Guidelines on Health Services Integration is to provide strategic guidance for positioning integrated service delivery as a health development imperative. These guidelines provide suggestions on how to transition to a systematic response to the health needs of individuals, families and communities, in a client-centred manner, whilst following a set of standards and protocols for each service. This is expected to protect safety and quality interests, so as to optimize and exploit opportunities across all levels of care, in all settings (private, public or civil society). These guidelines will support all health service providers from public, private and civil society health care settings to provide holistic, client-centred integrated services that prioritize people’s health needs.