Regulation Of The Minister Of Defence No. 2 Of 2009

Original Language Title: Peraturan Menteri Pertahanan Nomor 2 Tahun 2009

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BN 120-2009 .doc REPUBLIC INDONESIA No. 113, 2009 the DEPARTMENT of DEFENSE. Health Aid. Disaster Relief. The guidelines. REGULATION of the MINISTER of DEFENCE number 02 of 2009 on GUIDELINES FOR HEALTH AID in DISASTER RELIEF in the NEIGHBORHOOD and the TNI DEPHAN with GRACE GOD ALMIGHTY Minister of Defense, Considering: a. that the territory of the Republic of Indonesia Unity State have geographical, geological conditions, climate and other factors such as socio-cultural and political diversity that allows the occurrence of disasters, whether caused by natural factors, factors of non natural or human factors that cause the onset of health crisis among others crippled health services the victims were dead, wounded, refugees, the problem of nutrition, infectious disease and stress/impaired persons; b. that health aid in disaster relief in Dephan environment and the TNI to run effectively need to involve various relevant agencies so that its implementation is running in integrated, coordinated and controlled with either;

2009, no. 113 of 2 c. that based on considerations as referred to in letter a and letter b, need to set rules of the Ministry of defence about the guidelines of health assistance in disaster relief in Dephan Environment and the INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES; Remember: 1. Act No. 23 of 1992 on health (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 100 in 1992, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3495); 2. Act No. 3 of 2002 on State Defense (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia in 2002 Numbered 4169, additional sheets of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4169); 3. Act No. 34 of 2004 about the Indonesia National Army (the State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 127 in 2004, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4439); 4. Act No. 24 of 2007 about disaster relief (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 66 in 2007, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4723); 5. Government Regulation Number 21 in 2008 about the Organization of disaster relief (Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 42 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4818); 6. Government Regulation number 22 in 2008 about the funding and management of disaster aid (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 43 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4829); 7. Government Regulation Number 23 in 2008 about the role as well as international agencies and Foreign non-governmental Agencies in disaster response (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 44 in 2008, an additional Sheet of the Republic of Indonesia Number 4830);

2009, no. 115 3 8. Presidential Regulation No. 8 in 2008 of the national disaster management Agency; 9. Regulation of the Minister of defence number: PER/01/M/VIII/2005 August 25, 2005 about the Organization and the work of the Department of Defense. As amended by Permenhan number: PER-01. a/M/VIII/2005 dated June 13, 2008. Decide: Define: REGULATION Of The MINISTER Of DEFENCE GUIDELINES HEALTH AID In DISASTER RELIEF In DEPHAN ENVIRONMENT And TNI. CHAPTER I GENERAL PROVISIONS Section I of article 1 In the sense of the regulation of the Minister of defence is meant by: 1. The disaster is an event or series of events that threaten and disrupt the lives and livelihoods of society caused, either by natural factors and/or other non natural as well as human factors resulting in the onset of human casualties, damage to the environment, loss of property, and the psychological impact. 2. Natural disaster is a disaster caused by the event or series of events caused by nature, among others, in the form of earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis, floods, droughts, hurricanes, and landslides. 3. Natural Disasters non was a disaster caused by the event or series of events a non natural among others in the form of failed technology, failed modernization, epidemic, and disease outbreaks. 4. social Disaster is a disaster caused by the event or series of events caused by humans that include social conflict between groups or between community, and terror. 5. Disaster relief was all the efforts and activities undertaken include the activities of prevention, mitigation, and preparedness in 2009, no. 113 4 before the occurrence of the disaster and rescue at the time of the occurrence of disasters, rehabilitation and reconstruction after the disaster. 6. Disaster Relief Efforts are activities that have management functions such as planning, organizing, implementing and controlling within the scope of "cycle of disaster relief", the cycle starts on time before the disaster in the form of prevention activities, mitigasi (softening/Taming the impact) and preparedness, then at the moment of occurrence of the disaster in the form of emergency response and subsequent activities at the time after the occurrence of the disaster in the form of a recovery and reconstruction activities. 7. The response to health problems resulting from the disaster was a series of activities of the health sector to prevent, menjinakan (mitigation) threats/hazards that impact on public health, whip up health resources, responding to a health emergency and restore (rehabilitation) as well as rebuilding the infrastructure damage (reconstruction) of the health consequences of the disaster are cross program and cross-cutting as well as partnering with the international community; 8. health is a State of Emergency/threatening situation a bunch of communities and the public at large or that require response countermeasures as soon as possible and adequate outside the regular procedure, and if it is not done to cause disorders on the lives and livelihood. 9. Coordination is efforts coalesced combine a wide range of resources and activities of the Organization into a synergistic strength, in order to perform the response public health problem due to the emergency and disasters and integrated so that the planned targets can be achieved effectively and efficiently. The second part of the goal and purpose of article 2 (1) of the regulation of the Minister of Defense is intended as a guide for health officials in Dephan environment and the TNI in order handling. (2) in order for the implementation of the disaster management can be conducted in an integrated, coordinated and controlled well.

2009, no. 113 5 part three Coping/Handling disaster victims article 3 (1) in any efforts for tackling and handling disaster victims/refugees, the need for the same perception for all parties in the health care environment, and that TNI Dephan terms his pace set in the guidelines, instructions and procedures of implementation remains issued by health agencies in question in accordance with the duties of the unit respectively. (2) the response and handling disaster victims/refugees is implemented in an integrated, coordinated and controlled that involves the entire potential health resources and the TNI Dephan before they occur, the event or after a disaster that is manifested in curative and preventive efforts, rehabilitation. (3) the response and handling disaster victims/refugees is one of the functions of the health and the TNI Dephan cooperated with government health, private, public or foreign countries help with empowering infrastructure and facilities that are available. (4) a policy for tackling and handling disaster victims/refugees in environmental health and the TNI Dephan formulated by Ditjen Kuathan and set by the Minister of Defense. (5) the use of the AIR FORCE units in the framework of disaster relief is governed by the Commander of the TNI. The fourth part the basis and principle of article 4 health aid in disaster relief is implemented based on principles, principles and objectives as follows: a. principles: 1. just and equitable health grant is da-lam disaster relief without proportionately distinguish religious background, tribe, race, class, gender or social status in a fair and equitable; 2. speed and accuracy is the implementation of health assistance in disaster management should be implemented in a quick and precise 2009, no. 113 6 in accordance with the demands of the State to prevent a worsening of the State of the victim; 3. priority medical is the awarding of health assistance in disaster relief should be based on priority and preferred by giving priority to the safety of the victim; 4. the ethics of the profession is implementing health aid in disaster penangulangan each health personnel are always based on appropriate health profession ethics field of duty. b. principles: 1. a quick and precise; 2. priority; 3. coordination and alignment; 4. appropriate and managed to; 5. transparency and accountability; 6. partnership; 7. empowerment; and 8. non discriminatory. c. purpose: 1. to provide health assistance to communities from the threat of disaster in a quick and precise; 2. the guarantee in this health aid in disaster relief are planned, coordinated, integrated, and comprehensive; 3. building partnership participation of public, community and social institutions of foreign countries are empowered to succeed and in order; 4. encourage a spirit of mutual solidarity, and generosity; and 5. creating similarity degree in giving aid without differentiating the status or class. CHAPTER II IMPLEMENTATION of the HEALTH ASSISTANCE Part One General article 5 (1) Implementing health aid in disaster relief in Dephan environment and TNI elements consist of:


2009, no. 113 7 a. central level coordinated by TNI Puskes involving health units of the INDONESIAN Centre for the present; and b. local level coordinated by the unit of Health regions with other health units involving the TNI. (2) the actions carried out in disaster relief includes 3 (three) stages namely before disaster (pre disaster), when disaster occurs (emergency response) and after a disaster (disaster), with all the action that is executed is the uninterrupted cycle of activities that includes: a. Prevention and mitigation is a series of efforts to reduce disaster risk, either through the building of awareness and physical or augmenting the capability of facing the threat of disaster; b. preparedness that is a series of activities conducted in anticipation of disasters through organizing as well as through successful step to and Sepik; c. emergency response, namely a series of activities that are carried out immediately at the time of the incident a disaster to deal with the bad impact brought about, which includes the evacuation of victims, management activities, as well as the rescue of refugees; and d. the restoration and reconstruction, namely restoration and repair of all aspects related to health. The second part of Paragraph 1 Pre Cataclysm Catastrophe article 6 (1) the level of the Centre carry out the following activities: a. making plans the activities of prevention efforts, mitigation, emergency response, recovery and reconstruction assistance to natural disaster mitigation in health; b. Drawing up guidelines for health aid in disaster relief in Dephan environment and the INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES; c. hold socialization guidelines health aid in the mitigation of natural disasters;

2009, no. 113 8 d. conduct training health aid in the mitigation of natural disasters; e. Drawing up the procedures of healthcare resources inventory/map geomedik; f. make operational standards health aid in the mitigation of natural disasters; g. make operational standards acceptance of help from within and outside the country through Dephan and TNI; h. make operational standards and foreign military placement mechanism in the framework of the implementation of assistance disaster victims; i. quick reaction team forming health aid in the mitigation of natural disasters; j. creating a planning budget needs the necessities of life and the sacrifices involved personnel who are in the care and crafting system pelaporannya; k. make early provision for the needs of the operational standards and the provision of health reissue; b. create a standard operational needs of air freight, ocean freight and inland freight to and for natural disaster relief; d. make personnel security operational standard of health when a disaster is relic in conflict with berkordinasi with force security conflict areas; n. building communication systems and information health aid in the response to natural disasters; o. coordination of cross-program and cross-sector includes synchronization of activities of disaster relief from the central level to the local level; and p. held the monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of natural disaster preparedness. (2) regional levels carry out the following activities: a. making plans the activities of prevention efforts, mitigation, emergency response, recovery and reconstruction of natural disaster relief; b. do an inventory of health resources/map geomedik;

2009, no. 113 9 c. make a plan kontijensi; d. drafting procedures and disseminating health aid in the mitigation of natural disasters; e. establish and develop rapid reaction task force tackling natural disasters health assistance; f. conduct training health aid in disaster relief with the supervision of the central level; g. establish Control Centre operations (Pusdalops) health assistance in response to natural disasters; h. reporting of planning needs to budget for health assistance activities in natural disaster relief; i. developing communication systems and information; j. conduct of coordination with local authorities and relevant agencies disaster victims in terms of the implementation of activities; k. perform coordination of health team movement with the security team; b. hold the coordination of cross-program and cross-sector includes synchronization with a central disaster relief activities; and d. monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of disaster preparedness. Paragraph 2 emergency response article 7 (1) the level of the Centre carry out the following activities: a. coordinate with regional levels to prepare assistance if necessary (rapid/rapid assessment team team accesment); b. coordinate the emergency medical field area and the activities of the referral health services at the hospital as well as the mobilization of human resources for health in the emergency response phase (including faskes, alkes and humans); c. coordinating health supplies and food aid are needed as well as oversight of distribution and quality; d. coordinate the tasks and functions of the medical services in disaster relief in order to be more empowered to succeed and in order;

2009, no. 114 10 e. Pusdalops coordinate disaster relief; f. coordinate the movement of epidemiologic surveillance of environmental health and the eradication of disease, health equipment and logistics field in the framework of the prevention of the OUTBREAK (Unusual) infectious disease in refugee shelters and surrounding location; g. health logistics distributes to each satgaskes according to your needs; h. held cross-cutting coordination for transport, personnel, equipment, materials and other assistance; i. co-ordinating the assistance of private and other sectors; j. coordinate with National Identification Team to identify victims of mass death; and k. monitoring and evaluation of activities in the event of natural disasters. (2) regional levels carry out the following activities: a. report of the disaster at the first opportunity to central level as coordinator of health assistance at central level; b. enable disaster relief Pusdalops the level region; c. perform/hold direct coordination with the central level about the needs of health care provision; d. deploy disaster relief teams are areas that have been prepared; e. carry out the breakdown of satgaskes into subsatgaskes according the needs of the disaster area; f. carry out administrative activities towards provision of health received and compiled a report on its use; g. make disaster budget report received from the Center; h. monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of the satgaskes health aid. Paragraph 3 after the article 8 (1) the level of the Centre carry out the following activities: 2009, no. 113 11 a. assist the Ministry of health in conducting an evaluation of the impact of disasters in order to cope with the possibility of the onset of the OUTBREAK of infectious diseases and other diseases; b. assist the relevant agencies in the logging of damaged health resources; and c. the evaluation of the implementation of the health assistance in tackling natural disasters. (2) regional levels carry out the following activities: a. support efforts of health services due to the catastrophic impact of the OUTBREAK mainly/, eradication of communicable diseases, health promotion, handling the issue of psychosocial conducting environmental health and basic sanitation; b. do the coordination with relevant agencies in cross-program and cross-cutting; c. make refund warrant personnel involved in the response to natural disasters; d. evaluation of implementing health aid in the mitigation of natural disasters. The third part of the Non Natural Disasters Paragraph 1 Pre Disaster article 9 (1) the level of the Centre carry out the following activities: a. conducting a mapping of the areas against the onset of the disaster when emergency situations occur, and draw up the standard kontijensi which can dioperasionalkan by involving relevant agencies; b. make the instructions implementing health aid in disaster relief in the nature of non environment Dephan and TNI; c. hold socialization guidelines health aid in disaster relief non nature; d. carry out an inventory of health resources/map geomedik;


2009, no. 117 12 e. perform coordination of security personnel and materiel systems with relevant agencies for disaster more nuclear and radiation, chemical, and more more biology; f. coordinate with units for disaster more Nubika Nuclear, biological, chemical and radiation as well as coordinating with relevant agencies; g. supervision to training undertaken in the implementation of local level health assistance in disaster relief non nature; h. make budget planning needs live personnel involved and the cost of health care; i. develop a system of communication and information between health field with satgaskes and hospital referral; j. held the monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of the health disaster relief assistance to non nature. (2) regional levels carry out the following activities: a. perform analysis and situation control efforts as well as election planning placement of satgaskes; b. prepare hospitals equipped with the area/room decontamination of personnel, facilities and infrastructure; c. prepare quarantine areas adapted to the scene; d. identify dangerous area, less dangerous and safe; e. make a disaster-prone area disaster maps; f. make a plan kontijensi; g. develop and promulgate procedures remain health aid disaster relief non nature; h. establish and develop disaster management health assistance team non nature; i. organize trainings with related institutions involved; j. Poskodalops formed a health aid disaster relief; k. make protap deployment communication systems and information; and b. monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of the disaster preparedness of non natural.

2009, no. 113 13 Paragraph 2 of article 10 emergency response (1) the level of the Centre carry out the following activities: a. coordinate the implementation of health aid disaster relief between satgaskes, hospital referral, health resource mobilization with the other sectors in the emergency response phase; b. coordinate the movement of epidemiologic surveillance of environmental health and the eradication of disease, health equipment and logistics field in the framework of the prevention of the OUTBREAK (Unusual) infectious disease in refugee shelters and surrounding location; c. coordinating relief drugs, consumables and supplies the necessary health as well as the supervision over the quality of medicine and food assistance for victims; d. coordinate the tasks and functions of the medical technical health assistance on disaster management to make it more effective and efficient; e. coordinating natural disaster relief non Poskodalops; f. cross-cutting coordination held for transport of personnel, equipment, materials and other assistance; g. coordinating foreign health aid, private and social institutions; h. coordinating with regional levels in preparing health aid in disaster relief non nature; and i. coordinating a Team of National Identification to identify the victims. (2) regional levels carry out the following activities: a. inform the occurrence of the disaster at the first opportunity to the Coordinator of health assistance in disaster relief the central level; b. quick reaction team fielded prepared to the disaster site; c. enable Poskodalops health aid in disaster relief regional levels;

2009, no. 113 14 d. did a quick assessment action by ensuring the existence of an emergency, specifying source of disasters, quarantine area and decontamination; e. enable the existing emergency response system by conducting the rescue of victims by providing medical technical handling, perform the decontamination, and to give technical medical specialty; f. roll out communication and information systems; g. working with tim nubika and firefighters when the disaster more nubika and radiation; and h. preparing a local hospital as a reference from the disaster site or from refugee shelters. 3 paragraph After article 11 (1) the level of the Centre carry out the following activities: a. assist in doing the evaluation of the Health impact of the disaster in order to cope with the possibility of the onset of the OUTBREAK of infectious diseases and other diseases; and b. an evaluation of the implementation of the health assistance in disaster relief of non natural. (2) regional levels carry out the following activities: a. support efforts of health services due to the impact of the disaster; and b. an evaluation of the implementation of the health assistance in tackling natural disasters. Part four Social Disasters Paragraph 1 Pre Disaster article 12 (1) the level of the Centre carry out as follows: a. do mapping areas vulnerable to social conflict between groups or antarkomunitas of the community, as well as a vertical conflict and terror;

2009, no. 113 15 b. devised a plan kontijensi which can dioperasionalkan the event of a disaster involving other sectors; c. make guidelines health assistance in disaster response that may occur; d. hold socialization guidelines health aid in disaster relief in Dephan environment and the INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES; e. carry out an inventory of health resources/map geomedik; f. conduct coordination and cooperation with security officers from either the police or local authorities; g. supervision of training undertaken in the implementation of local level health assistance in disaster relief social; h. planning budget needs logistics personnel involved and the victims who were under the care of satgaskes; i. create operational standards security personnel; j developed a system of communication and information between health units in the field with the hospital referral; and k. convene the monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of the health disaster relief assistance. (2) regional levels carry out as follows: a. perform analysis and situation control efforts as well as election planning placement of satgaskes; b. identifying dangerous areas, less dangerous and safe; c. prepare hospitals and post satgaskes which will be held in a secure location with the health workforce, facilities and infrastructure; d. creating a disaster-prone area Geomedik map; e. make a plan kontijensi; f. socialize protap health aid in disaster relief social; g. establish and develop a team of health aid disaster relief areas with the central level as supervision;

2009, no. 113 16 h. organizes training by involving the regional security officer and the relevant agencies; i. form Pusdalops disaster relief social health assistance; j. make protap deployment communication systems and information; k. held cross-cutting coordination with regional police and local governments; b. oversee the use of security personnel; and d. monitoring and evaluation of the implementation of disaster preparedness in the region. Paragraph 2 of article 13 emergency response (1) the level of the Centre carry out the following activities: a. coordinate the implementation of health aid disaster relief between Satgaskes, Rumkit references, resource mobilization and other sectors in the emergency response phase; b. coordinate the help of drugs, consumables and supplies the necessary health as well as the supervision over the quality of medicine and food assistance for victims; c. coordinate the tasks and functions of the medical technical health assistance on disaster management to make it more effective and efficient; d. coordinate disaster relief social Pusdalops; e. cross-cutting coordination held for transport of personnel, equipment, materials and other assistance; and f. coordinating with regional levels in preparing health aid in disaster relief. (2) regional levels carry out the following activities: a. inform the occurrence of the disaster at the first opportunity to the Coordinator of health assistance in disaster relief the central level; b. enable Pusdalops health aid in disaster relief social regional levels;


2009, no. 113 17 c. quick assessment action by ensuring the existence of a State of emergency, set source, location, type, and distribution of the magnitude of the disaster, identify the source/origin of the disaster, set the population at risk and health impacts; d. enable the existing emergency response system by conducting the rescue of victims by providing medical technical handling, perform decontamination, providing specialized medical technical; e. rapid reaction teams fielded prepared with equipment personnel; f. roll out communication and information system between satgaskes, the health field, the hospital referral; g. in the implementation of sticking to the safety of themselves, the safety of others; h. coordinating with the AIR FORCE as a reference Hospital and evacuation of casualties to prepare for receiving referrals from the disaster site or from refugee shelters; and i. coordinate with relevant agencies to determine the location of the placement team health center level. Paragraph 3 after the Article 14 (1) the level of the Centre carry out the following activities: a. evaluation of the impact of social disaster in order to cope with the possibility of the emergence of the next victim; b. attempts to restore the health of the victims; c. implement logging efforts back to health facilities and infrastructure that were damaged to be forwarded to the relevant agencies; and d. evaluation of the work of health workers who have been working in disaster relief help. (2) regional levels carry out the following activities: a. support efforts of basic healthcare improvement nutrition at the shelter as well as surrounding locations, health promotion, environmental health and organization of basic sanitation; b. carry out health services referral and support;

2009, no. 113 18 c. conduct coordination with cross-program and cross-cutting; d. restore the personnel involved in the task force's early unity; and e. the evaluation of the work of health workers who have been working in disaster relief help. CHAPTER IV on the ROLE of INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS and FOREIGN MILITARY Article 15 (1) of the military and international institutions have the opportunity in implementing disaster mitigation all not contrary to the rules of the applicable legislation, is not binding, was done unconditionally. (2) foreign military Assistance in disaster relief needs to obtain permission from Dephan. Chapter V ADMINISTRATIVE and LOGISTICS of article 16 (1) in the framework of the activities of the health disaster relief assistance, supported from the budget Dephan. (2) logistics support activities of health assistance in disaster relief includes the provision of early health, provision of daily necessities, health personnel and victims get treatment Satgaskes, transport, fuel. (3) weapons and ammunition used in the framework of the security personnel came from the initial unit of the personnel involved. (4) To anticipate the occurrence of disasters that are difficult to predict, held a health reserve logistics ("Buffer Stock") stored in the INDONESIAN Puskes. (5) the use of "Buffer Stock" by the TNI on activities that are coordinated with the National Body's urgent disaster relief. (6) reporting system using the line command and technical trails are tiered. (7) Reserve Fund prepared by the Secretary General of Dephan to anticipate events of disaster.

2009, no. 113 19 CHAPTER VI AUTHORITY LEVEL article 17 (1) the Secretary of Defense has the authority to establish policy on the implementation of a health aid. (2) the Commander of the INDONESIAN ARMED FORCES had authority to use of force unit of the TNI in the framework of disaster response. (3) the Treasury has the authority in order to Force the construction of units in the framework of disaster response. (4) have authority Kuathan Ditjen Dirkes in making disaster relief policies, according to the tasks and functions. (5) Kapuskes the TNI have the authority in the establishment and use of force health TNI. (6) the Dir/Kadis Force has authority in the construction of health units. CHAPTER VII ORGANIZING Article 18 (1) the establishment of a health aid organization in disaster relief in Dephan environment and the TNI in order to gather all power resources that are possessed by the environmental health in Dephan and TNI in order for its implementation goes in harmony, integrated and well-coordinated. (2) the organization is an organization formed a task force that was formed based on a warrant from the leadership under the coordination of the INDONESIAN Puskes. Article 19 (1) Prototif organizational structure environmental health disaster relief in Dephan and TNI on the central level is set by the TNI, while Puskes on local level established in accordance with the needs. (2) the implementation of the Organization of disaster relief in Dephan environment and coordinating with the INDONESIAN National Disaster Management Agency.

2009, no. 113 20 article 20 (1) the composition of the personnel of the central level consists of: a. the Chairman of the INDONESIAN Kapuskes; b. Vice Chairman Kuathan Dephan Ditjen Dirkes; and c. Members consists of Dirkesad, Kadiskesal, Kadiskesau, and Kapusrehab. (2) the arrangement of the local level Personnel consists of: a. the Chair of Kakesdam or Dandenkesyah for the level of Korem. b. Vice Chairman Heads the health of other forces; and c. Members comprise heads of health or Health of the INDONESIAN Commander in the region where the disaster happens. Article 21 (1) the position of a. the organization handling the environmental disaster in Dephan and TNI is extra structural organization; b. operational tactically responsible to the Commander of the AIR FORCE; and c. Medical technically responsible to the AIR FORCE Kapuskes. (2) the task of coordinating all of the items in the environmental health Dephan and TNI, in the use of resources, foreign health elements as well as receive and disburse aid from foreign countries through Dephan danTNI. CHAPTER VIII MONITORING and CONTROL section 22 (1) Inspector Dephan, carry out supervision in the implementation of health assistance in disaster relief in Dephan environment and TNI. (2) Director General Renhan Dephan, carries out the control of budget health aid in disaster relief in Dephan environment and TNI. (3) Kuathan Dephan Ditjen Dirkes, implement technical control in the implementation of health assistance in disaster relief in Dephan environment and TNI.

2009, no. 113 21 CHAPTER IX miscellaneous PROVISIONS Article 23 health units of the AIR FORCE can carry out health aid out of the country in the framework of disaster relief, that the conditions will be regulated further in the technical instructions or guidelines. CHAPTER X the CLOSING PROVISIONS Article 24 further Provisions necessary for the implementation of the regulation of the Minister of Defense, will be arranged in the technical instructions or guidelines issued by their respective environmental officials in the AIR FORCE and Navy, Dephan, either together or individually according to the respective field of duty. Article 25 this Ministerial Regulation comes into force on the date specified. In order to make everyone aware of it, ordered the enactment of regulations the Minister of Defense is with its placement in the news of the Republic of Indonesia. Established in Jakarta on 17 February 2009, DEFENSE MINISTER JUWONO SUDARSONO Enacted in Jakarta on May 18, 2009 the MINISTER of LAW and HUMAN RIGHTS Republic of INDONESIA, ANDI MATTALATTA