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SEA/RC67/R4: South-East Asia regional action plan to implement global strategy to reduce harmful use of alcohol (2014-2025)

Regional Office for South-East Asia UN and WHO Resolutions and Declarations Resolutions and Declarations on Alcohol and Substance Use 12 September 2014 Resolution alcohol

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SEA/RC67/R4: South-East Asia regional action plan to implement global strategy to reduce harmful use of alcohol (2014-2025)

URGES Member States:

(a) to consider setting targets, as appropriate, on the reduction of the harmful use of alcohol;

(b) to develop and/or strengthen, as appropriate, a comprehensive alcohol policy framework to reduce the harmful use of alcohol, taking into consideration the Regional Action Plan to Implement the Global strategy to reduce harmful use of alcohol for the South-East Asia Region (2014–2025);

(c) to develop and/or strengthen, as appropriate, systems and mechanisms to facilitate the implementation of the WHO Global strategy to reduce harmful use of alcohol, which may include responsible institutional, human and financial resources, multisectoral collaborating mechanisms, and technical knowledge and information systems;

(d) to promote the linkages between the implementation of the Global strategy to reduce the harmful use of alcohol and efforts on NCD prevention and control;

(e) to strengthen surveillance for alcohol consumption and related harm including integrated surveillance for NCDs, and

(f) to consider observing a regional/national non-alcohol day and advocate for global non-alcohol day.

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