Angola: Govt Acknowledges Need of Creating Regulation On HIV/Aids

Luanda — The Angolan government recognised the need of creating a regulation on HIV/Aids, employment and professional training under the recommendation of the UNAIDS that set and defines the ways of behaviour of workers' protection, Angop has learnt.

This is information can be read in the state gazette, adding that such need must be accomplished by employers at the workplace, professional training and employment centres, basing on the compliance with human rights, namely the health ethic norms at workplace, professional training and adoption of practices and attitudes of solidarity.

According to the document, infection through HIV/Aids constitutes currently one the greatest health problems faced by the society with regard to the implementation of the legally protected social rights, such as right to job, employment and professional training.

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