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  1. Afrique du Sud - VIH/SIDA - Autres textes (circulaire, directive, instruction, etc.)

    RIATT-ESA Strategic Plan and Costed Implementation Plan (2019-2022).

    Adoption: 2019 | INT-2019-M-111800

  2. Afrique du Sud - VIH/SIDA - Autres textes (circulaire, directive, instruction, etc.)

    Code of Good Practice on HIV and AIDS and the World of Work, 2012 (No. R451). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2012-06-15 | ZAF-2012-M-94050

    This Code of Good Practice was adopted following the adoption of the ILO HIV and AIDS Recommendation, 2010 (No. 200). It replaces the Code of Practice adopted in 2010 in order to better reflect the provisions in the Recommendation. The revised Code seeks to assist employers' workers' and their organisations in developing appropriate responses to HIV/AIDS, TB and STIs in the world of work in the framework of decent work in both the formal and informal sectors and the private and public sectors.

    1. Definitions
    2. Introduction
    3. Objectives of the Code
    4. Scope of the Code
    5. Key Principles
    6. Legal Framework
    7. Elimination of Unfair Discrimination and Promotion of Equal Opportunity and Treatment
    8. Promoting a Health and Safe Working Environment
    9. Management of HIV/AIDS in the Workplace
    10. Monitoring and Evaluation

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    National Strategic Plan on HIV, STIs and TB 2012-2016. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2012-02 | ZAF-2012-M-94058

    The National Strategic Plan (NSP) 2012-2016 is the country's third master plan that outlines how the country will respond to the prevention and treatment of HIV and AIDS, TB and STIs over the next five years. It seeks to improve on the achievements of the last Plan (NSP 2007-2011), which massively scaled up our anti-retroviral treatment (ART) programme and sought to decrease the number of new HIV infections.

    The vision of the National Strategic Plan (NSP) 2012 - 2016 is driven by a long-term vision for the country and subscribes to the universal vision of the United Nations¿ Agency for HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS). Driving this vision is the commitment to have a country and world where in future there will be no new HIV, TB and STI infections, no transmission of HIV and other STIs from a parent to an unborn baby, no deaths caused by HIV, TB and STI infections and no discrimination of anyone based on their HIV, TB or STI infection. The NSP¿s vision is also in line with the mandate of the national Health Department, whose aim is to promote a healthy life, increase life expectancy, decrease maternal and child mortality and to combat HIV and AIDS as well as decrease the burden of disease from TB amongst all South Africans and all those who live in South Africa, including migrant populations.

    In line with UNAIDS's vision, the NSP has the following broad goals:
    - To reduce new HIV infections by, at least, half (50%) using a combination of available and new prevention methods.
    - To ensure that 80% of all people who need antiretroviral treatment (ART) actually do get it, ensure that 70% of these people do recover and remain alive and on treatment five years after initiation of ART.
    - To reduce the number of new TB infections and deaths caused by TB by half (50%).
    - To ensure an enabling and accessible legal framework that protects and promotes human rights in order to support the implementation of the NSP.
    - Lastly, to reduce self-reported stigma related to HIV and TB by 50%.

    The NSP seeks to fulfil four objectives:
    - To address the social and structural barriers to HIV, STI and TB prevention, care and impact.
    - To prevent new HIV, STI and TB infections.
    - To sustain health and wellness.
    - To promote and to support the protection of human rights and to help improve access to justice.

    While progress has been made and and will continue to be improved - in the treatment of AIDS, TB and STIs, the ultimate mission of the NSP in the next three years is to promote PREVENTION to take centre-stage in the country¿s response to HIV, TB and STIs in South Africa.

  4. Afrique du Sud - VIH/SIDA - Autres textes (circulaire, directive, instruction, etc.)

    Technical Assistance Guidelines on HIV and AIDS and the World of Work 2012. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2012 | ZAF-2012-M-94049

    Chapter 1: Introduction
    Chapter 2: Elimination of unfair-discrimination and promotion of equal opportunity and treatment
    Chapter 3: Promoting a safe working environment
    Chapter 4: Management of HIV and AIDS in the world of work
    Chapter 5: Implementation monitoring and evaluation
    Appendix A: Legislative framework

  5. Afrique du Sud - VIH/SIDA - Autres textes (circulaire, directive, instruction, etc.)

    Code of Good Practice: Key aspects of HIV/AIDS and employment (No. R. 1298).

    Adoption: 2000-12-01 | ZAF-2000-M-58435

    Sets out guidelines for employers and trade unions to ensure that individuals with HIV infection are not unfairly discriminated against in the workplace. Makes provisions for: promotion of a non-discriminatory work environment; HIV testing, confidentiality and disclosure; promotion of a safe workplace; compensation for occupationally acquired HIV; employee benefits; dismissal; grievance procedures; management of HIV at the workplace; assessment of impact of HIV/AIDS on the workplace; measures to deal with HIV/AIDS within the workplace; and information and education.

  6. Afrique du Sud - VIH/SIDA - Autres textes (circulaire, directive, instruction, etc.)

    National Policy on Testing for HIV (No. 1479).

    Adoption: 1999-12-10 | ZAF-1999-M-56414

    Determines circumstances under which HIV testing may be conducted. Provides for pre- and post-test counselling.

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