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Strategies for Prevention of Substance Dependence in Bangladesh

National Institute of Mental Health; Ministry of Health and Social Welfare Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Bangladesh 31 December 2006 Policy document strategy, substance use

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The objective of this document are to;

- Review the magnitude of the problem of substance dependence in Bangladesh
- Discuss the factors relates with the initiation, continuation and spread of substance dependence in Bangladesh
- Review the role of multiple disciplines in the prevention of substance dependence in Bangladesh
- Reach a consensus on the acceptance of a draft strategy on prevention of substance dependence in Bangladesh

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