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Republic of Zimbabwe National Alcohol Policy (2010)

Government of Zimbabwe; Republic of Zimbabwe Country Resources Substance Abuse Policies Zimbabwe 28 September 2010 Policy document alcohol

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The Zimbabwe National Alcohol Policy is a comprehensive national strategy to address and reduce the harmful use of alcohol. This National Alcohol Policy seeks to achieve four main aims:
- To promote the safe and the beneficial consumption of alcoholic beverages by responsible, adult, Zimbabweans;
- Investigate and control the factors which induce alcohol related harm;
- Protect the children of Zimbabwe, as well as vulnerable communities and individuals; and
- Provide treatment and rehabilitation facilities, both public and private, for those affected by alcohol related harms.

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