CONAES Ensures a Strong Private Sector Voice in Mexico's HIV Response
|USAID | Health Policy Initiative, Task Order 1|
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Since its founding in 2004, the National HIV/AIDS Business Council (CONAES) in Mexico has grown into a strong advocate for a private sector role in the national HIV response. The council has 26 member organizations, reaching about 150,000 employees. Members have adopted HIV and anti-discrimination workplace policies. In recognition of its important role, in October 2009, CONAES was invited to become a voting member of the National AIDS Council Governing Body.
|Document Type:||Success Stories|
|No. of Pages:||2|
|Country:||Mexico, LATIN AMERICA and the CARIBBEAN|