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Mini Drug Master Plan

Ministry of Health; Republic of South Africa Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans South Africa 31 December 2011 Policy document mental health care, mental health treatment

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The goal of this Mini Drug Master Plan (MDMP) is to reduce the health, economic and social burden caused by substance abuse in South Africa, through the provision of targeted demand and harm reduction interventions provided by the National Department of Health, thereby supporting the implementation of the National Drug Master Plan.

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Mini Drug Master Plan
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