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Drug De-Addiction Programme
The use of psychoactive substances for obtaining relief from emotional tension or physical discomfort or for gaining new experience has been known since time immemorial. Between three and four per cent of the world's population regularly consume illegal drugs and the number of countries affected is growing. Intravenous drug use is one of the leading causes of the spread of AIDS, with devastating consequences across the globe. The consumption of some new drugs is also increasing, especially among young people; criminal organisations have no scruples in taking advantage of globalisation and technological advances in illicit trading of such substances.
Drugs continue to harm and destroy many human lives. Valuable human and financial resources continue to be diverted away from productive activities. So, your society adopting Drug Control Programme to strengthen drug prevention, treatment and rehabilitation programmes. Your society planned and working to generate public awareness of the harmful effects of drugs and undertakes research to monitor the drug problem. Our society sponsors activities to generate public awareness of the harmful effects of drugs and undertakes research to monitor the drug problem and launched new initiatives to ensure that the necessary information, technology and funds be available on a long-term basis to combat these problems.
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