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National Drug Abuse Control Council Plan 2009 - 2011

Ministry of Health Government of Belize Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Belize 2009 Policy document

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The mission of the Belize National Drug Abuse Control Council is to:

- Strengthen the capacity of NDACC as a lead Agency in the prevention and control of drug abuse.

- Provide comprehensive School and Community Programs based on drug education for drug abuse prevention and control.

- Integrate an effective management and Supervisory Board to oversee, monitor, evaluate and certify Rehabilitation Center.

- Strengthen the area of research and information towards having adequate information for decision making, proper planning and adequate utilization of resources.


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