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  • DAC shall convenemeetings at least 2 (two) per year. If necessary, DAC is entitled to call for an extraordinary meeting as per invitation from the president.
  • DAC shall develop an annual report on the outcome of programs implementation and recommendation,and to submit to the Royal Government through the Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans, and Youth Rehabilitation.
  • The President of DAC is the chair of all meetings. In the absence of the President he shall delegate to a vice-president to chair the meeting.
  • DAC may invite experts of the related field to participate in the meeting, but the experts are not entitled to make decisions at all.
  • DAC is entitled to invite the representatives from relevantministries, institutions, non-governmental organizations, persons with disabilities, development partners, andprivate sectors to participate at the meeting and to provide advice and observe the meeting if necessary.
  • The meeting procedure of DAC shall be defined in the internal policy of DAC.
  • DAC is entitled to use its own stamp for institute’s affairs.
  • DAC has a Secretariat General as an Executive Unitwhich is located in the Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans, and Youth Rehabilitation.
  • Secretariat General of DAC is led by a Secretary General, and assisted by Deputy Secretary Generals, who are appointed by Royal Decree or Sub-Decree.
  • Secretariat General of DAC is operated by civil servant employees, who are currently employed by the Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans, and Youth Rehabilitation, and DAC may employ contracted employees, technical advisors, national and international experts as necessary.

DAC is entitled to establish technical committees or sub-committees as necessary. Composition of each committeeor sub-committee shall be selected amongst the members of DAC and technical staff from ministries, institutions, representatives of persons with disabilities, representatives of disabled people organizations, non-governmental organizations, international organizations, and development partners.

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