Aids Prevention Centre Rules

Original Language Title: AIDS profilakses centra nolikums

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 83 of 2005 in Riga on 1 February (pr. 27. § 7) AIDS Prevention Centre's Regulations Issued in accordance with the law of public administration facilities 16. the first paragraph of article i. General questions 1. Aids Prevention Centre (hereinafter referred to as the Centre) is the Minister of Health's direct regulatory authority.
2. the Centre's objective is to implement the human immunodeficiency virus infection and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (HIV/AIDS) control policy in the country.
II. the Centre's functions, tasks and responsibilities 3. The Centre shall have the following functions: 3.1 methodically manage, coordinate, monitor and provide HIV/AIDS national epidemiological surveillance (continuous, dynamic process of HIV epidemic monitoring, sensing, the epidemiological situation in the course of the epidemic forecasting, planning and preventive measures of effectiveness evaluation);
3.2. the HIV/AIDS control preventive measures.
4. in order to implement certain functions, the Centre has the following tasks: 4.1 build and maintain HIV infections and AIDS cases in the registry;
4.2. to participate in HIV/AIDS control activities;
4.3 develop proposals for HIV/AIDS from spreading in the medium-term programme;
4.4. in accordance with the competency to prepare legislative proposals for the development of the project;
4.5. in accordance with the competency to participate in the European HIV/AIDS epidemiol logical monitoring system;
4.6. to provide information to the public about HIV/AIDS epidemiological situation in the country (regions) and to preventive measures;
4.7. to organize, methodical drive, to coordinate and monitor the implementation of the complex prevention measures of population groups exposed to increased risk of HIV infection, as well as to participate in drug reduction programs;
4.8. to provide advisory and methodological assistance to national and local government bodies and non-governmental organizations HIV/AIDS prevention issues;
4.9. to provide advisory assistance to natural persons who are infected with HIV or suffering from AIDS;
UR4.10.apm ācī a variety of sector specialists (physicians ' personal, pedagogical and social workers) in matters related to HIV/AIDS preventive measures;
4.11. to conduct research and to provide expert opinions on research projects related to HIV/AIDS issues;
4.12. According to competence to organise conferences, seminars and other events.
5. The Centre shall have the following rights: 5.1 external laws and regulations established to request and receive, free of charge from legal and physical persons the information necessary for the operation of the Centre;
5.2. the laws and regulations in order to cooperate with State and local authorities and non-governmental organizations;
5.3. to engage the European Commission and international organisations, and in between (such as UNAIDS, who) HIV/AIDS programmes and projects.
III. the Centre's management and structure 6. The Centre shall be headed by the Director of the Centre. The Director of the Centre made public administration facilities Act direct authorities managerial functions. The Director of the Centre and shall be exempt from the Health Minister.
7. the Centre may constitute a territorial unit. The rules of procedure of the organs of the Centre shall issue the head of Department and approved by the Director of the Centre.
IV. activities of the Centre for Justice and reporting 8. Center the rule of law provide the Director of the Centre. The Director of the Centre is responsible for the management decisions for the creation and operation of the system.
9. the Director of the Centre shall take a decision on the individual's contested Center officials issued the administrative act or the officials or servants of the actual action.
10. the Director of the Centre for administrative acts issued and actual action may be challenged in the Ministry of health. The Ministry of health decision may appeal to the Court.
11. the Centre shall annually submit to the Ministry of health report on the Centre's functions and the use of budget resources.
Prime Minister-Transport Ministers a. Health Minister shlesers g. Smith Editorial Note: the entry into force of the provisions by 5 February 2005.