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The harm reduction program (HRP) in Rio de Janeiro, sponsored by the Brazilian Ministry of Health, World Bank and UNDCP, and implemented in association with NEPAD-UERJ (State University of Rio de Janeiro’s drug treatment facility), began its field activities with the injecting drug users (IDUs)...
Harm minimisation has been the cornerstone of Australia's national drugs policy since the birth of the National Campaign against Drug Abuse in 1985. As a guiding principle harm minimisation has provided the rationale for a diverse range of programs targeting an equally diverse range of...
Within Nepal there remains an urgent need to develop strategies and policies aimed at reducing the spread of HIV infection amongst injecting drug users. Programmes currently operating within the country need to be evaluated and these programmes need to be expanded and strengthened and encouraged...
The year 1998 saw the publication of the new UK Government’s wide-ranging, 10-year anti-drug strategy. One element of this is the proposal to provide drug education for young children in school. This paper considers the prospects for this aspect of policy in the light of available evidence on...
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