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Employment Equity Act, 1998 (Act No. 55 of 1998)

Code of Good Practice

HIV and Aids and the World of Work

10. Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E)


10.1 Employers and workers, including their organisations, should:
(a) design and implement a HIV and AIDS workplace M&E plan that includes strategies to address TB and STIs in the world of work;
(b) identify the key elements needed to make the M&E system work;
(c) select and make use of indicators that are specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and timebound; and
(d) gather and analyse qualitative and/or quantitative information and communicate it effectively.


10.2 Employers in collaboration with the workers must establish monitoring and evaluation mechanisms for workplace programmes in order to track implementation and strategically respond to the epidemic.


10.3 Data should be disaggregated in order to prioritise targeted intervention measures.


10.4 The monitoring mechanism strategies should take into account and support the national monitoring and evaluation efforts that relates to curbing HIV and AIDS, TB and STIs.


10.5 Small businesses that are not in a position to have sophisticated monitoring and evaluating mechanisms in place must adopt simple strategies to monitor and evaluate the HIV and AIDS, TB and STIs programmes in order to track implementation.