PRIVATE SECTOR ORGANISATIONS
Swaziland Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS (SWABCHA) http://swabcha.org.sz/
Employee Workplace wellness is an organized, employer-sponsored program that is designed to support employees (and, sometimes, their families) as they adopt and sustain behaviours that reduce health risks, improve quality of life, enhance personal effectiveness, and benefit the organization. The program is based on employee’s needs, companies need to establish a core set of interventions from an available menu of options that includes a mix of program (education and coaching), body health screenings, policy formulation and implementation, support systems and counselling, and those programs that target physical activity, nutrition, and alcohol &tobacco abuse by employees. The Swaziland Business Coalition on Health and AIDS advocates that all workplaces in Swaziland must have running effective wellness program. This program must ensure that HIV/AIDS & TB form part of the agenda of the health issues.
SWABCHA STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES
- To coordinate and strengthen an effective private sector response by 2020
- To increase and improve the quality of private sector HIV & wellness programs by 50 % by 2020
- To increase access to HIV and Health services in the private sector by 80% by 2020
- To expand the sources of support for the private sectors' HIV and wellness programs by 2020