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National Action Plan on Drugs (2013-2015)

Government of Turkey Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Turkey 2013 Policy document

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The 3rd National Action Plan on Drugs adopts a balanced approach for the supply and demand reduction aspects of the drugs problem in parallel with the National Policy and Strategy Document on Drugs (2013 – 2018).

It sets out 84 actions that are designed to meet the 29 strategic objectives laid out in the national strategy. The strategy is built around the two pillars of demand and supply reduction and three cross-cutting themes: international cooperation; data collection, research and evaluation; and coordination.


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