A STYUDY ON AWARENESS TOWARDS UN-AIDS WORKPLACE PROGRAM

Dr. Nisha Bano Siddiqui

Abstract


The purpose of this paper is to make AIDS awareness, open communication, peer education and treatment used for AIDS. In workplace what steps should be taken is included. The research methodology used in this paper is Non-structured/Non-disguised. The purpose of the survey is made known to the respondents and there is no rigidity in the questioning process. For our purpose, we’ll use the Non Disguised Structured tool of data collection. Thus, the respondents will be informed that they are being studied and a set of pre-defined questions will be used for the collection of data. A structured questionnaire was designed to study the people views about the subject matter. The sample size was 50 only and mainly confined to Indore region.

This study indicates that the awareness about HIV/aids in the people mind at workplace is not up to the mark, the study was conducted by taking 100 respondents, and the conclusion can be taken out by the survey conducted and the frequency distribution. We need to remember always that AIDS does not discriminate caste, creed, race, religion, educational or social status. Prevention of AIDS is our joint responsibility. Education and awareness is the only weapon in our hand. Let us accept the challenge to fight against AIDS. The paper recommends to encourage companies to buy the comprehensive HIV/AIDS toolkit, produced by South African Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS (SABCOHA), in accordance with international best practice. This toolkit provides businesses, especially SMMEs, with a means of implementing cost effective workplace programmes.

Keywords:  AIDS, Awareness, UNDP, Employees, Workplace.


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