Number and percentage of enterprises implementing an HIV workplace program
This indicator permits monitoring the number of enterprises that are implementing some aspect of a workplace HIV program that addresses the prevention of HIV within the workforce.
The workplace is a strategic venue for promoting HIV prevention within a country’s population. It is in employers’ best interest to maintain a healthy workforce, and encouraging their participation helps bring about normative practices within the world of work.
Number of enterprises that are implementing an HIV workplace program
Total number of enterprises surveyed
Numerator / Denominator
Tools: special survey
Countries with partners funded by the United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief that are working in workplace prevention should collect data continuously at the facility or community level (program monitoring tools). In this case, the denominator would be the sum of all enterprises that have received support from the United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief for workplace programs.
Enterprises are deﬁned as public or private, formal or informal, workplace entities made up of management and workers.
Access is deﬁned as making the service available to employees for free or at low cost either on site or outside the enterprise through a formal referral system. When the service is made available outside the enterprise through a referral system, the enterprise must have an agreement with a local provider to provide the service via a workplace referral. Comprehensive HIV workplace programs have many
components. This indicator focuses on the following four critical areas:
-HIV workplace policy;
-HIV peer education program;
-voluntary HIV counseling and testing (either on site or via referral); and
-formal activities to prevent HIV transmission.
Condom type: N/A
Geographic location: N/A
HIV status: N/A
Pregnancy status: N/A
Service Type: N/A
Time period: N/A
Type of orphan: N/A
Type/Timing of testing: N/A
Vulnerability status: N/A