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National Drug Control Strategy

Ministry of Counter-Narcotics Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Afghanistan 31 January 2006 Policy document mental health treatment, prevention, strategy

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An updated Five-Year strategy for tackling the Illicit Drug Problem

The four priorities are:
- Disrupting the drugs trade by targeting traffickers and their backers;
- Strengthening and diversifying legal rural livelihoods;
- Reducing the demand for illicit drugs and treatment of problem drug users; and
- Developing state institutions at the central and provincial level vital to the delivery of our CN strategy.

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