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Plan Nacional de Prevencion Integral de Drogas 2012-2013 (National Plan for Drug Prevention 2012-2013)

Ecuador Consejo Nacional de Control de Sustancias Estupefacientes y Psicotropicas Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Ecuador 24 January 2012 Policy document child and adolescent, rehabilitation, substance use

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Las propuestas para la estructuración del Plan tienden a fortalecer la institucionalidad del Estado, orientada a la problemática de las drogas en los ámbitos nacional, regional y local, cuya evolución deberá reflejarse en alcanzar los objetivos inherentes a la disminución, el uso y consumo de drogas, la reducción de daños asociados con el consumo, al control preventivo de sustancias controladas, a la prevención y a la represión de los delitos vinculados con la producción y tráfico de drogas y a la erradicación de la eventual introducción de cultivos de uso ilícito.

The proposals for structuring the Plan are designed to strengthen State institutions, whilst aimed at drug issues in the national, regional and local levels, the development of which should be reflected in the objectives inherent in the decline of drug use and the reduction of harm associated with consumption, to the preventative monitoring of controlled substances, the prevention and prosecution of crimes related to the production and trafficking of drugs and the eventual eradication introduction of illicit crops.

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