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National Drug Master Plan 2019 to 2024

Republic of South Africa; Department of Social Development Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans South Africa 1 January 2019 Policy document

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This NDMP 2019-2024 represents a multi-sectoral approach to create a South Africa free from substance abuse. The plan observes national and international policies, plans, and conventions to ensure respect and dignity for all people in South Africa.
The NDMP outlines the role that each department should play in addressing substance use and abuse. It also acknowledges the significant contribution in this regard of various departments and agencies in the country.


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