Voluntary Counselling and HIV Testing for workers (VCT@WORK)
- HIV self-testing at workplaces in Zimbabwe
- Reaching men under national test and treat campaign in Tanzania
- Increasing access to HIV testing and social protection in Nigeria
- Enhancing Access to HIV Testing and social protection in Kenya
- VCT@WORK in Mozambique: Multi-disease testing helps
- VCT@WORK in Ukraine's Maritime Sector
- Caring for miners: Coal India Limited promotes VCT@WORK in India
- Employers’ Organizations and Hotel Associations Promote VCT@WORK in Uganda
- Siberian Coal Energy Company leads VCT@WORK in the Russian Federation
- Voluntary HIV Counselling and Testing (VCT) at Work in Mozambique
Addressing TB and HIV in the world of work
- The Brihanmumbai Electric Supply and Transport (BEST) - India
- Eastern Coalfields Limited (ECL) - India
Strengthening national policy and legal environments
- Ukraine adopts the National Tripartite Cooperation Strategy on HIV and AIDS in the World of Work
- National Policy on HIV and AIDS and the World of Work in India – The Rationale, Process and Lessons Learnt
- If You Want HIV Legislation, Ask Labour: How Unions and Employers Contributed to Adoption of the National AIDS Law in Paraguay
- Analysis of the Tajik Legislation: Issues Related to HIV and AIDS and the World of Work
- Integrating HIV and AIDS in Occupational Safety and Health Programmes: the Costa Rican Experience
- Capacity Building of People Living with HIV (PLHIV) for Workplace Advocacy - Experiences from India
- Economically Empowering the HIV Vulnerable Population along Transport Corridors in Tanzania
- HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment at Work in Indonesia
- Preventing HIV in Ethiopia: The Mulu Worksites Project
- Reducing HIV Vulnerability in Zambia through economic empowerment
- Strategic HIV/AIDS Response in Enterprises
- A Public-Private Partnership to economically empower HIV-vulnerable populations along transport corridors in Zimbabwe
- Multi-regional Project on Strengthening the World of Work Response on HIV and AIDS
- Public-Private Partnerships in HIV prevention and care in India
- How Much Does Business Really Bring to HIV Response? Quantifying In-Kind and Financial Contributions of the Private Sector
- Public Private Partnership in HIV Care and Support in India
- Public Private Partnership in HIV Prevention in India
- Ensuring Sustainability: The successful partnership between the private sector and the health-at-work agents in Burkina Faso
Supporting enterprises' HIV policies and programmes
- Social Mobilization for the Reduction of HIV Employment-Related Discrimination in Burkina Faso
- Mobile Shades: A Time and a Place for HIV and AIDS Education in the Daily Life of Tea Pickers, Mulanje District, Malawi
- Workplace Policies on HIV and AIDS and the Right to Non-discrimination: Pilot Initiatives in Nepal
- Meeting the challenges of HIV and AIDS workplace policies & programmes in companies with educated workforce
- Breaking the barriers: an innovative collaborative approach between the workplace and an STI clinic in Sri Lanka
- Empowering agricultural cooperatives to drive the HIV/AIDS response in rural areas
Sustaining livelihoods through working skills and entrepreneurship
- Employment Creation for People Living with HIV and AIDS: Lessons Learned from Nepal
- Improving the Social and Economic Situation of Women Vulnerable to HIV or Living with the Virus through Micro-finance in Cameroon
- Responding to the livelihood needs to PLHIV – Experiences from a pilot project in India
05 May 2015
Voluntary testing and counselling for HIV is a proven strategy for combating the virus. But what's it like to take the test at work?
26 March 2015
The Head of ILO's Special Action Programme to Combat Forced Labour, Beate Andrees, writes about the new documentary "Food Chains", produced by actress Eva Longoria about the conditions of farmer workers in the United States.
18 February 2015
13 February 2015
10 November 2014
New ground-breaking regulation for entertainment workers in Cambodia marks the first attempt in the region to reduce widespread stigma and discrimination in the sector.
18 July 2014
The fight against HIV/AIDS has entered a new phase, according to Senior ILOAIDS Specialist Afsar Syed Mohammad, who underlines the critical importance of removing barriers to treatment while protecting the rights of people living with HIV.
07 July 2014
For the first time, leading insurance firms in Sri Lanka will cover HIV-related medical costs. The move – spearheaded by the ILO – means increased access to treatment and a better quality of life for HIV-positive patients and their families.
12 July 2013
How an ILO programme in Malawi supports hundreds of young people facing high risks of HIV infection to become entrepreneurs.
16 April 2013
The ILO and indigenous communities in Chile team up to battle discrimination and implement HIV guidelines in the transport sector.
14 March 2013
Many Swazi men have decided to get circumcised to reduce their risk of contracting HIV, after attending workplace information sessions organised by the ILO.