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  1. Knowledge map of the multisectoral HIV and AIDS response programme in Namibia

    To mark the completion of the long-standing collaboration between GIZ and Namibia through the multisectoral HIV and AIDS programme, a decision was made to document the vast knowledge and many tools it developed in an accessible manner allowing for future use and potential scale-up of successful approaches. While the programme was launched in 2008, this document focuses on the second phase, thefive-year programme, from 2011- 2016. …

  2. Costing the impacts of gender-based violence (GBV) to business: a practical tool

    This brief presents an approach to assessing the cost impacts of GBV on businesses. The approach is adjusted from a methodology created by Duvvury et al. (2004) but also draws upon previous studies that specifically examined existing methodologies and strategies for costing GBV impacts (Williams, 2014; Day et al., 2005; Duvvury et al., 2004). …

  3. Guidelines for Workplace Action to Reduce HIV and AIDS

    The purpose of these Guidelines is to encourage companies and organisations to introduce workplace programmes to reduce the spread and impact of HIV and AIDS, and to guide them in the practical steps for doing so. The Papua New Guinea Business Coalition on HIV and AIDS (BAHA) is the main organisation already working with the private sector to develop workplace policies tailored to the needs of each company. These LCCI Guidelines are intended to support the work of BAHA in two ways. …

  4. HIV and AIDS mainstreaming guidelines for the public, private and civil society organisations

    These guidelines aim at providing a step by step appraoch to the HIV and AIDS mainstreaming process for public, private and civil society organisations. They have been developed taking into consideration the differences in the conext and processes at policy and macro level, sectoral level, decentralised level, in private sector, and civil society organisations. The guidelines contain the following sections: a) Introduction: this section outlines the background information on HIV and AIDS; the purpose of the guidelines; the intended users of the guidelines and how the guidelines can be used. …

  5. Toolkit of HIV and Aids and responsible tourism models in the Caribbean: Accelerating the private sector response to HIV/AIDS in Jamaica and Barbados

    The project was informed by research that included a literature review and group sessions with representatives from private sector organisations, donor organisations, employer and employee unions and Government, in nine Caribbean countries. At that time, most private sector interventions could be categorised as awareness and sensitisation programmes, such as conferences, seminars, World AIDS Day events and printed materials. Very few had developed workplace policies. …

  6. The role of the private sector in the Global Fund to fight AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis: opportunities, achievements and challenges in West and Central Africa

    This document highlights some best practices from the Global Fund's experience working with the private sector in West and Central Africa. The goal is to help individuals, corporations and other private sector actors to understand how they can engage with the Global Fund and strengthen efforts to fight the three pandemics.

  7. Private-Sector Assessment Tool: a handbook for assessing the potential for youth reproductive health and HIV/AIDS Program Interventions in the Private Sector

    The handbook is a guide for conducting a technical assessment of the potential for private-sector youth reproductive health interventions. It is meant to assist those interested in helping the private sector serve youth reproductive health better.

  8. Workplace HIV/AIDS Programs: An action guide for managers

    An Action Guide for Managers provides practical steps for developing and implementing workplace prevention and care programs that will serve both employees and managers.The guide is designed for use by companies' human resources managers, medical officers and union representatives.Users will find guidance in assessing the real and potential impact of HIV/AIDS on their company, in developing an HIV/AIDS policy to cover the workplace and on designing and implementing HIV/AIDS prevention and care programs for the workplace.The guide includes a series of checklists to aid in decision-making about  …

  9. An ILO code of practice on HIV/AIDS and the world of work

    The objective of this code is to provide a set of guidelines to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the world of work and within the framework of the promotion of decent work. The guidelines cover the following key areas of action: (a) prevention of HIV/AIDS; (b) management and mitigation of the impact of HIV/AIDS on the world of work; (c) care and support of workers infected and affected by HIV/AIDS; (d) elimination of stigma and discrimination on the basis of real or perceived HIV status.

  10. Company level interventions on HIV/AIDS: Assessing the impact of AIDS

    This guideline is prepared as a support to companies wishing to carry out assessment of the impact of AIDS in order to identify cost benefit motivations for prevention. The guideline will also help to highlight areas for interventions aimed at managing the impact of AIDS. It is also intended that this step of impact assessment and areas of vulnerability to HIV/AIDS be part of a bipartite process assessment, planning, intervention and review that addresses health needs at workplace.

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