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Workplace HIV/AIDS control: international organizations

Export Indicator

Percentage of international organizations which have workplace policies and programmes
What it measures

To assess progress in implementing workplace policies and programmes to respond to HIV and AIDS in international organizations

Rationale
Numerator

Number of major international organizations with HIV/AIDS policies and programmes that meet all of the below criteria.

1. Prevention of stigmatization and discrimination on the basis of HIV infection status in: (a) staff recruitment and promotion; and (b) employment, sickness and termination benefits.
2. Workplace-based HIV prevention activities that cover: (a) the basic facts on HIV and AIDS; (b) specific work-related HIV-transmission hazards and safeguards; (c) condom promotion; (d) confidential voluntary counselling and testing; (e) sexually transmitted infection diagnosis and treatment; and (f) provisions for HIV- and AIDSrelated drugs.
3. Training for HIV/AIDS control in confl ict, emergency and disaster situations6.

Denominator

Number of major international organizations for which policies and programmes were reviewed.

Calculation
Method of measurement

Major international organizations—UN, EC, bilaterals and other international organizations with global coverage and a development, humanitarian, or emergency mandate—are asked to state whether they are currently implementing personnel policies and procedures that cover, as a minimum, all of the following aspects.
1. Prevention of stigmatization and discrimination on the basis of HIV infection status in: (a) staff recruitment and promotion; and (b) employment, sickness and termination benefi ts.
2. Workplace-based HIV prevention activities that cover: (a) the basic facts on HIV and AIDS; (b) specific work-related HIV-transmission hazards and safeguards; (c) condom promotion; (d) confi dential voluntary counselling and testing; (e) sexually transmitted infection diagnosis and treatment; and (f) provisions for HIV- and AIDSrelated drugs.
3. Training for HIV/AIDS control in conflict, emergency and disaster situations. This aspect only applies to organizations with staff working in confl ict, emergency and disaster situations.

A core list of major international organizations that fulfill the necessary criteria for global coverage and a development, humanitarian or emergency-relief mandate for the purposes of calculating this indicator will be maintained by UNAIDS.
Copies of written personnel policies and regulations should be obtained and assessed wherever possible.

Measurement frequency

Annual

Disaggregation

Education: N/A

Gender: N/A

Geographic location: N/A

Pregnancy status: N/A

Sector: N/A

Target: N/A

Time period: N/A

Type of orphan: N/A

Vulnerability status: N/A

Explanation of the numerator
Explanation of the denominator
Strengths and weaknesses

This indicator does not specifi cally address international peacekeeping forces: it is expected that national governments will train their peacekeepers as part of their national strategy that addresses HIV and AIDS among national uniformed services including armed forces and civil defence forces.

Further information