Annex 1: WHO and other international guidelines referenced

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International Labour Organization. (2004). HIV/AIDS and work: Global estimates, impacts and response. Geneva, Switzerland: ILO.

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WHO-HIV, UNFPA, IPPF-HIV, UNDAIDS, UCSF. (2008) Linkages: Evidence review and recommendations- Sexual and reproductive health and HIV.

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