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Rima Saade Turk, 48 years, Secretary General at Nusroto Association, drug and rehabilitation center, Cenacle of the Son of Man, Lebanon
Why are you here?
I am here because my organization is member of the World Federation Against Drugs and because I am nominated to be the representative of Asia in the board of WFAD. I want to share experiences with other grass-root organizations and I want to increase our knowledge on drugs and treatment. More
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Comment on Global Commission on Drug Policys report; Taking Control: Pathways to Drug Policies that Work
World Federation Against Drugs recognizes that the fundamental goal of drug policy is to reduce the nonmedical use of drugs of abuse because nonmedical use of these drugs is harmful, and often fatal, to drug users and for society as a whole. Sound drug policies must be affordable, practical and consistent with contemporary...[Continue]
WFAD Release in response to The Report of the West African Commission on Drugs urging West African Countries to Decriminalize/Legalize Drugs
World Federation Against Drugs Release in response to The Report of the West African Commission on Drugs urging West African Countries to Decriminalize/Legalize Drugs
A Report titled, Not Just in transit Drugs, the State and Society in West Africa prepared by a group of ex-public servants and...[Continue]
George Ochieng Odalo, 28 years old, social worker from Kenya and the founder of Slum Child Foundation.
As a street child in the slums of Nairobi George met the same reality that he meets today and felt the same feelings.
- I became a street child when my father died. But I survived; someone saw my potential and introduced me to a person who paid for my schooling.
In 2008 George founded the Slum Child...[Continue]
Written by: Mina Seinfeld de Carakushansky
The event took place at the impressive São Paulo State Palace called Palacio dos Bandeirantes in front of...[Continue]
Written by: BYI
This year WHD is a very...[Continue]
NGO Preporod, on the occasion of 26 June, its own 8th anniversary and the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking
Written by: Preporod
Written by: GRANAT
On the first day, BNN (National Narcotics Board) West Java provincial chapter conducted classes on regulations (anti drugs law), discussion on rehabilitation for drug users as victim, as well as updates on statistical record of...[Continue]
Written by: UYDEL
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Uganda Youth Development Link