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  1. Uganda - HIV/AIDS - Law, Act

    The HIV and AIDS Prevention and Control Act, 2014. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2014-07-31 | UGA-2014-L-110805

    An Act to provide for the Prevention and Control of HIV and AIDS including protection, counselling, testing, caring for persons living with and affected by HIV and AIDS, rights and obligations of persons living with and affected by HIV and AIDS. Establishes the HIV and AIDS Trust Fund.

  2. Uganda - HIV/AIDS - Miscellaneous (circular, directive, legal notice, instruction, etc.)

    National Policy on HIV/AIDS and the World of Work. - Policy document on-line

    Adoption: 2007-07 | UGA-2007-M-88105

    FOREWORD - I
    PREFACE - II
    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS - III
    ACRONYMS - V
    INTRODUCTION - 1
    BACKGROUND - 2
    HIV/AIDS AND THE WORLD OF WORK - 3
    SCOPE - 5
    GOAL - 6
    OBJECTIVES - 7
    OUTPUTS OF POLICY IMPLEMENTATION - 7
    GUIDING PRINCIPLES OF THE POLICY - 7
    1. Non-discrimination
    2. Confidentiality
    3. HIV Testing
    4. Greater Involvement of People Living with HIV/AIDS
    5. Promotion of Prevention, Treatment, Care and Support
    6. Gender Concerns in the World of Work
    POLICY IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGIES - 10
    1. Role of Government
    2. Role of Employers and their organisations
    3. Role of Workers and their organisations
    4. Role of the Private Sector (Including the Informal)
    5. Role of Groups and Networks of People living with HIV/AIDS
    6. Role of Civil Society Organisations
    7. Role of the International Development Partners
    8. Developing a workplace HIV/AIDS Programme
    BIBLIOGRAPHY - 19

    ANNEX 1: PROPOSED INDICATORS FOR MONITORING THE PROCESS
    ANNEX 2: PROPOSED INDICATORS FOR MONITORING THE IMPACT


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