This is a three-year HIV/AIDS workplace program for the employees and dependents of the Congolaise Industrielle des Bois (CIB), a subsidiary of the Danish timber trading company DLH. The company is involved in the trading of sustainable timber. With 1,700 employees, DLH/CIB is the main provider of jobs in the region. Most of the employees of DLH/CIB live in Pokola, a rapidly growing community with around 13,000 mostly young inhabitants. The partnership mitigates the health impact of HIV/AIDS among the employees of DLH/CIB by keeping HIV-negative people 'negative' and the HIV-positive people healthy and working.
|Location||Central Africa, Congo, The Democratic Republic of|