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Belize National Anti-Drug Strategy 2000-2004

National Drug Abuse Control Council, Belize Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Belize 31 December 2000 Policy document mental health treatment, rehabilitation, substance use

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Description

The main objectives of the strategy include the following:
1. The collaboration and cooperation of agencies involved in demand and supply reduction
nationally, regionally and internationally in the implementation of the strategy.
2. The establishment of epidemiological baseline which will be updated periodically and
referred to continually to rationalize the targeting of resources.
3. The establishment of national facilities and the improvement of existing facilities in the
area of drug treatment and rehabilitation.
4. The reduction of demand, availability, and trafficking rates by 50% over a five year
period.
5. Opportunities will be provided to enhance the capacities of the various ministries and
agencies involved in drug prevention education.

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