Tanzania Works: Advocacy Recommendations for Stronger Gender-Responsive Workplace HIV and AIDS Policies

Publish Year : 2014
Publisher : EngenderHealth
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Description :

This brief shares EngenderHealth’s learnings from the Champion Project, which looked at workplace HIV efforts in Tanzania and identified gaps. Gender-responsive workplace HIV policies are strongly recommended as a way to raise awareness, prevent infection, challenge gender norms, and provide workplace-based education around HIV. 


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