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Original name: Nghị định quy định chi tiết thi hành một số điều của Luật Pḥng, chồng nhiễm vi rút gây ra hội chứng suy giảm miễn dịch mắc phải ở người (HIV/AIDS)
Name: Decision No. 108/2007/QD-TTg approving the national target program on prevention and control of a number of social diseases, dangerous epidemics and HIV/AIDS in the 2006-2010 period.
Country: Viet Nam
Subject(s): Occupational safety and health
Type of legislation: Regulation, Decree, Ordinance
Adopted on: 2007-07-17
Entry into force:
Published on: Official Gazette, the Official Translation of Công Báo, 2007-08, Issues Nos. 02-03, pp. 55-57 (INFORM - P60968)
ISN: VNM-2007-R-81546
Link: https://www.ilo.org/dyn/natlex/natlex4.detail?p_isn=81546&p_lang=en
Bibliography: Official Gazette, the Official Translation of Công Báo, 2007-08, Issues Nos. 02-03, pp. 55-57 (INFORM - P60968)
Unofficial English Translation Unofficial English Translation UNAIDS, United Nations, Viet Nam PDF PDF (DOC.NORMES) (consulted on 2010-07-26)
Decision in Vietnamese Decision in Vietnamese UNAIDS, United Nations, Viet Nam PDF PDF (DOC.NORMES) (consulted on 2010-07-26)
Abstract/Citation: Sets out the program. The managing authority is to be the Ministry of Health. The objectives are to "proactively prevent and combat a number of social diseases and dangerous epidemics. To early detect epidemics, promptly zone off and stamp out epidemics to avoid major outbreaks. To reduce the morbidity and mortality rates of a number of social diseases and dangerous epidemics. To raise public awareness about protection and care of people's health to meet requirements of industrialization, modernization and national construction and defence" (article 1(5)). The main targets for the program are tuberculosis, leprosy, malaria, cancer, HIV/AIDS, child malnutrition, community health, reproductive health.
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