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Access to and Effects of Social Protection on Workers Living with HIV and Their Households : An Analytical Report.

Author/Creator:
Studies, International Institute of Labour.
Publication:
Geneva : International Labour Office, 2014.
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1 online resource (134 pages)
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1st ed.
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Health.
Physical fitness.
Self-care, Health.
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Electronic books.
Summary:
This report which is the result of a process that included a global literature review, the development of a research methodology guide through consultation with experts, and research in four countries: Guatemala, Indonesia, Rwanda and Ukraine. It highlights the challenges faced by workers living with HIV and their households in accessing social protection programmes, examines the effects of such programmes on their lives and makes evidence-based recommendations.
Contents:
Intro
FOREWORD
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
LIST OF BOXES
Box 1: Millennium Development Goal (MDG): Goal 1
Box 2: Sources of social protection in Ukraine and their access
LIST OF TABLES
Table 1: Selected statistics by country, 2012
Table 2: Research design and methods
Table 3: Sample size for quantitative and qualitative components
Table 4: Study population by sex, gender identity, sexual orientation and others
Table 5: Type of employment of study respondents in Indonesia
Table 6: Reasons for changing job by type of employment and sex in Ukraine
Table 7: Types of social protection programmes for the poor in Indonesia
Table 8: Access to social protection by type of programme and sex in Rwanda
Table 9: Access to health insurance in Indonesia
Table 10: Livelihood support in Rwanda
Table 11: Prices of antiretroviral therapy medicines in six Central American countries
Table 12: Respondents who received ART, treatment for opportunistic infections and have livedfor more than 9 Years with HIV by country
Table 13: Summary of effects of social protection on key indicators, by country
LIST OF FIGURES
Figure 1: Top sources of discrimination in Rwanda and Ukraine in previous 12 months
Figure 2: Type of employment by sex and sexual orientations among respondents
Figure 3: Structure of social budget expenditures in Ukraine in 2011
Figure 4: Social Protection System in Guatemala
Figure 5: Estimated Access to Social Protection / Social Assistance (excludes health)
Figure 6: PLHIV coverage by type of health services
Figure 7: Barriers to Social Protection for People Living with HIV
Figure 8: Access to Medical Services and Art
Figure 9: Percentage of respondents receiving antiretroviral therapy - 95% reported having access
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY.
INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY AND METHODOLOGY
BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY
OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH
COUNTRIES AND COUNTRY CONTEXT
COUNTRY-LEVEL RESEARCH IMPLEMENTATION
POPULATION CHARACTERISTICS
TOOLS AND INSTRUMENTS
ANALYSIS AND REPORTING
LIMITATIONS AND CONSTRAINTS
OVERVIEW OF KEY FINDINGS
STUDY POPULATION PROFILE
AVAILABILITY AND TYPE OF SOCIAL PROTECTION PROGRAMMES
ACCESS TO SOCIAL PROTECTION PROGRAMMES
BARRIERS TO SOCIAL PROTECTION ACCESS
EFFECTS OF ACCESS TO SOCIAL PROTECTION
CONCLUSIONS
RECOMMENDATIONS
KEY SOURCES
REFERENCES
ANNEXES
ANNEX 1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF GLOBAL LITERATURE REVIEW
ANNEX 2: AN OVERVIEW OF RESEARCH METHODOLOGICAL
ANNEX 3: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - GUATEMALA COUNTRY RESEARCH
ANNEX 4: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - INDONESIA COUNTRY RESEARCH
ANNEX 5: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - RWANDA COUNTRY RESEARCH
ANNEX 6: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY - UKRAINE COUNTRY RESEARCH.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Other format:
Print version: Studies, International Institute of Labour Access to and Effects of Social Protection on Workers Living with HIV and Their Households
ISBN:
9789221287728
9789221287711
OCLC:
889302002