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This publication’s objective is to equip the primary healthcare staff with updated knowledge on sexuality and related problems.
The National Policy on HIV and AIDS in the world of work aims to guide the national response to prevention of HIV and AIDS, treatment care and support and mitigate and manage its impact in the workplace, in public, private and informal sectors, while safeguarding and respecting workers' rights in line with the ILO Code of Practice on HIV/AIDS and the world of work and the ILO Recommendation Concerning HIV and AIDS and the World of Work (Recommendation 200). …
The objectives of this policy are to: prevent HIV and other sexually transmitted infections in Sri Lanka through effective strategies aimed at reducing sexual transmission, mother to child transmission, and transmission through blood and blood products; improve the quality of life of people infected and or affected by HIV/AIDS through minimizing stigma and discrimination and providing quality care and support.