Tag: HIV in the workplace

Newly Updated Resource Database – Now Includes The Entire Catalogue Of Publications!

INTRAC has been producing publications and resources since 1994. With a focus on civil society development, concerning all areas of […]

Praxis Note 60. Doing it by yesterday: Accelerated workplace policy development

  SAfAIDS is a regional NGO that specialises in designing, packaging, producing and distributing quality HIV and AIDS information. Due to […]

Praxis Paper 24. Looking After Number One: Donor support for HIV and AIDS in the workplace

This paper synthesises the findings from a six-country research project looking at the workplace responses to HIV of 50 international agencies – bilateral, multilateral and NGOs – working in India, Malawi, Uganda, Kenya, Burundi and Ghana.

Praxis Note 50. The means is the end: Reflections on the process of developing HIV workplace policies

  “It’s too much effort. If our donor really insists on us having an HIV policy, let’s just download one […]

Praxis Note 46. Who Needs an HIV Policy? Informal workplace responses to HIV in Nigerian, Kenyan and Malawian CSOs

  In an effort to encourage partners to adjust to HIV in the workplace, some donors are focusing on an […]

Praxis Note 45. Responding to HIV in the Workplace: The successes and challenges of working through an HIV focal point person

Change does not come easily in organisations. We need champions to make it happen – individuals with dedication, vision and […]

Praxis Note 44. Customised Family Day Events: Promoting HIV counselling and testing in the workplace and beyond

Finding out your HIV status can be one of the most important things you do. Uganda has registered success in […]

Praxis Note 41. Catalysing Workplace Responses to HIV/AIDS.

Using a sample risk analysis tool offers a practical and powerful way to catalyse CSO response to HIV/AIDS. IIRR (International […]

Praxis Paper 11. Counting the Organisational Cost of HIV/AIDS to Civil Society Organisations: Pilot Research Study, Malawi

This paper suggests how CSOs in Sub-Saharan Africa can build organisational resilience in order to survive the loss of valuable staff, time and money that HIV/AIDS will cause. It also concludes with practical recommendations for their donors in how they can move beyond being ‘concerned bystanders’.

ONTRAC 32. Washed Away in the Mainstream

Over the last decade the term ‘mainstreaming’ has become an established part of development jargon. It rose to prominence through […]

Praxis Paper 4. Building Organisational Resilience to HIV/AIDS: Implications for Capacity Building

HIV/AIDS is fast becoming the worst ever human disease disaster. The economic and social costs are escalating, particularly in sub-Saharan […]

Praxis Paper 13. The Organisational Impacts of HIV/AIDS on CSOs in Africa: Regional Research Study

The survival of many civil society organisations throughout sub-Saharan Africa is threatened by HIV/AIDS, but few are taking it seriously. Rick James, author of a new report on AIDS in the workplace, concludes that HIV costs development agencies considerably more money to do significantly less work.