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National Drug Master Plan 2006 - 2011

Department of Social Development, Republic of South Africa Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans South Africa 31 December 2006 Policy document prevention, quality care, substance use

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The National substance use policy of South Africa is intended to help realize the vision of a drug-free society where drug services will no longer be required and where attention can be focused exclusively on improving the quality of life of the poor and vulnerable

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