Development of drug abuse counselling, treatment and rehabilitation service in Cambodia

Duration: May 2005 – March 2010
Budget: US$1,176,001
Implementing Agencies: UNODC

As Cambodia was becoming an increasingly important transit country for drug trafficking in South East Asia, the programme’s overall goal was to reduce the rapidly increasing trend of substance abuse in five highly affected provinces. Based on a comprehensive vulnerability mapping of drug abuse and unsafe sexual practices, the programmes supported a targeted approach by building the capacities of local authorities, village focal entities, local healthcare centres, the police, and community members.

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