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Friday, July 21, 2006 

HIV/AIDS in the Workplace: The PAHO Case

Addressing HIV/AIDS as a workplace issue harbors for governments, and corporations the settings of clear priorities in order to strengthen public support, and policy measures taking into account the impacts of such pandemic on human capital, capabilities and economic growth.

Amidst those prospects, there is a need to mainstream and mobilize resources along with the private sector as to work toward the expansion of institutional and human resources policy frameworks to target and mitigate the spread of HIV/AIDS and its impact on the workplace, and communities.

As a prime example of those pursuits, the PAHO human resources policy on HIV/AIDS highlights these objectives. And can set off further insights/reflections about this process, if we position interventions within the realms of partnerships between governments and corporations. These avenues set to initiate the development of CSR practices, and capacity building on health and education about this matter.

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