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  1. Same-sex attracted employees

    The Department is committed to diversity and inclusion in providing the highest level of service to the Victorian community and in reflecting the diversity of the community across its workforce. Providing workplaces which are safe, supportive and inclusive of same sex attracted (gay, lesbian and bisexual) employees helps to build a culture of respect and dignity for all. Same sex attracted employees are entitled to fully participate in their workplace without fear of offensive, harassing, bullying or discriminatory behaviour.

  2. Guidelines for the implementation of HIV and AIDS prevention and control in the workplace program. Department order No. 102-10, Series of 2010

    These guidelines are issued to provide directions for employers, employees and program implementers in the workplace. The guidelines shall apply to all workplaces and establishments in the private sector.

  3. Workplace policy on HIV and AIDS

    The Ministry recognizes the important role education plays in reducing the spread of HIV and its responsibilities to provide guidance to its employees and others working education sector in Cambodia in providing effective education to the youth of Cambodia on HIV and AIDS. The Ministry developed a Policy on HIV and AIDS for its team and staff to help them protect themselves from HIV infection, to care for themselves and to know what support is available from the Ministry should they be infected with HIV and develop AIDS.

  4. National strategic plan for expansion and upgrading of HIV/AIDS activities in Myanmar (2001-2005)

    This strategic plan was formulated according to previous experiences and outcomes, in line with the guidance of the national health committee, and in harmony with the national education promotion special four year plan (Health Sector). …

  5. National policy and priority strategies for STD prevention and control in the Kingdom of Cambodia

    This document has been designed to clarify a number of policies and, equally important, principal strategies which are necessary to address the national problem with STDs. It is also designed to assure that the national approach to STDs serve as an effective and complementary component of national programs against HIV/AIDS.

  6. HIV and AIDS in the education sector in Cambodia: output based incentive scheme (OBI) for MoEYS staff involved in HIV and AIDS (Fact Sheet: 5)

    This ICHA Fact Sheet (#5) aims at briefly describing the Ministry's Output Based Incentive (OBI) scheme that encourage and reward staff performance for those who actively participate in the Ministry's HIV and AIDS programme.This manual sets out the basis of the scheme which broadly parallels similar arrangements that have already been introduced at the National Centre for HIV/AIDS, Dermatology and STDs (NCHADS) and the National AIDS Authority. (NAA) Whilst each scheme is tailored to the needs of the respective organisations, the objectives are similar. …

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