Over 42 million people are living with HIV/AIDS. Nine out of every ten are
adults in their productive and reproductive prime.
HIV/AIDS threatens the livelihoods of many workers and those who depend on them
- families, communities and enterprises. In doing so, it also weakens national
Discrimination and stigmatization against women and men with HIV threaten
fundamental principles and rights at work, and undermine efforts for prevention
There is still no cure for HIV/AIDS, but prevention does work.
The International Labour Organisation (ILO) gives
- information and links to help you understand the social and economic impacts
- advice on policy for governments, employers and workers
- programme guidelines on prevention, care and measures to combat
- a Code of Practice that provides a framework for action in the workplace and
a training manual to help you implement
AplusA-online.de - Source: International Labour Organisation (ILO)