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National Anti-Drug Strategy 2012-2016

Commonwealth of the Bahamas Government of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Bahamas 31 December 2012 Policy document alcohol, mental health promotion, substance use

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The Bahamas highly values multilateral approaches to a drug problem that is global in scope. The Strategy therefore encompasses cooperation and collaboration in drug control at the bilateral level, and with organizations at the regional, hemispheric and international levels. It incorporates initiatives to meet obligations arising from the international drug treaties.

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