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National Drug Control Master Plan 2009-2013

Government of the Lao People's Democratic Republic, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Lao People's Democratic Republic 31 December 2009 Report plan, prevention, substance use

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The National Drug Control Master Plan addresses the recent rise and proliferation of illicit drug production, trafficking, abuse as well as related criminal activity in the Lao PDR. The Master Plan responds to the heightened risks this activity poses to the country’s social order and national stability through a comprehensive strategy.

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