Position paper about the Badge of Honor “EHPV”


Badge of Honor “EHPV” hereinafter “Badge of Honor” – the highest public award of Estonian Network of PLHIV workers and volunteers, established by MTÜ EHPV.

  1. The Honorary Badge is awarded to employees and volunteers, organizations, enterprises and institutions for merits in the field of prevention, treatment, support of PLHIV and a great contribution to the development of comprehensive services in the field of socially significant diseases, personnel training, scientific and other activities aimed at increasing efficiency of communities.

  2. Employees, volunteers, organizations, enterprises and institutions are awarded by a table plaque with the Badge of Honor.

  3. The motto of the EHPV Badge of Honor is “We care about the people of Estonia”.

  4. The decision to award by the Badge of Honor is made by the EHPV Board.

  5. The Badge of Honor and the Certificate of the Badge of Honor are presented to those awarded in a solemn atmosphere.

  6. The Badge of Honor is worn on the right side of the chest.

  7. Re-awarding of the Badge of Honor is not performed.

  8. Financing of the costs of manufacturing, accounting, storage and issuance of the Badge of Honor is carried out by EHPV.

  9. A sketch of the Badge of Honor “EHPV” is attached to the Position paper.

  10. This Position paper comes into force from the moment of its approval and its publication in the mass media.

  11. The exclusive right to develop and replicate the EHPV Badge of Honor belongs to the Estonian Network of PLHIV EHPV and to the author – o. Brosh.estonia.

  12. Chairman of the Board of the Estonian Network of PLHIV is Lachin Aliyev.

World AIDS Day

This year Estonian Network of PLHIV celebrates World AIDS Day for the 14th time.
On that day, we remember everyone who died of AIDS and gather all those who need our support. Unfortunately, today we still cannot say that AIDS is defeated.

In his message to World AIDS Day, Winnie Byanyima, UNAIDS Executive Director and United Nations Under-Secretary-General, talks about the role of communities in their daily struggle:

I believe in communities.

Communities make change happen.

Communities are the best hope for ending AIDS because communities have fought against HIV right from the beginning! 

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