Corporate social responsibility and HIV/AIDS prevention at Sechaba Brewery Holdings Limited
Tekere, Mooketsi Bennedict
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ENGLISH ABSTRACT: This paper investigates the perceptions of Sechaba Brewery Holdings Limited employees on corporate social responsibility (CSR) activities related to HIV/AIDS prevention in order to provide informed guidelines and to increase awareness. The results in the study have revealed a high level of awareness amongst employees on CSR activities related to HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention. The comparative analysis on programme measurement and knowledge has indicated gaps in programme comprehensiveness and delivery system. Partnerships and best practices sharing are reported to be indicative of long-term sustainability and positive outcomes of the Sechaba Company HIV/AIDS programmes.AFRIKAANSE OPSOMMING: Hierdie studie ondersoek die persepsies van werknemers van Sechaba Brouery Eiendoms Beperk ten opsigte van hul korporatiewe sosiale verantwoordelikheid wat verband hou met MIV/VIGS-voorkoming, ten einde ingeligte riglyne te verskaf en om bewustheid te verhoog. Die studie het getoon dat daar 'n groot mate van bewustheid onder werknemers bestaan van korporatiewe sosiale verantwoordelikheid ten opsigte van MIV/VIGS-bewustheid en voorkoming. Vergelykende ontleding van die program-meting en kennis, het daarop gedui dat daar gapings is in die omvattendheid van die program en die uitset stelsel. Vennootskappe en die deel van beste praktyke, is na wat berig word, 'n aanduiding van langtermyn-volhoubaarheid en positiewe uitkomste van die Sechaba maatskappy se MIV/VIGS-progam.
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