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Afghanistan Ministry of Counter-Narcotics' National Drug Control Strategy

The UK supports the Afghan Government in implementing its National Drug Control Strategy. It is a comprehensive approach which covers a range…

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Afghanistan National Drug Control Strategy

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The UK supports the Afghan Government in implementing its National Drug Control Strategy. It is a comprehensive approach which covers a range of activities to counter the drugs trade. These include building government institutions and law enforcement capacity, targeted eradication programmes and the development of alternative livelihoods, information and education campaigns and engagement with countries in the region.

Read the attached updated five-year strategy for tackling the illicit drug problem in Afghanistan.

Published 12 December 2012