Asian Development Bank Manual Aims to Reduce Spread of HIV in Workplace
July 29, 2008
The Asian Development Bank recently released a manual that aims to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS in infrastructure project workplaces by providing project developers with information and hands-on tools, the Thai News Service reports. The manual, titled "More Safety: A Resource Manual for Health and Safety in Infrastructure," highlights four steps to increase HIV prevention messages and reduce HIV risk factors in workplaces.
The manual was developed with a grant from the Poverty Reduction Cooperation Fund and the United Kingdom's Department for International Development, the Thai News Service reports (Thai News Service, 7/28).
The manual is available online.
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